Release Notes: A filename format issue with the BBC World News Bulletin was fixed. Downloaded files named filename.mp3?123456 and now converted to filename123456.mp3. Support for creating ASX playlists for Windows Media Player was added.
Release Notes: A function has been added to check for running sessions using the same core configuration file. A function has been added to check for remaining space on the library partition and stop if it drops below a configured level.
Release Notes: A simulated function was added to the cleanup loop.
Release Notes: A bug in the cleanup loop has been fixed.
Release Notes: UTF-16 formated feed handling was added.
Release Notes: An enclosure URL parsing bug was fixed.
Release Notes: Support for importing servers from iTunes PCAST files was added. A cleanup_days bug was fixed (if a command-line option was not set, it overrode the default with a null value). BitTorrent support was removed.
Release Notes: The "no enclosures" warning is now supressed while running silently. A problem where the test for completed files failed on filenames with special characters was fixed by replacing grep with fgrep. Comment output was cleaned up and clearer levels were established (0-4).
Release Notes: A sed hook was added to handle RSS feeds that break the enclosure tag over multiple lines (LugRadio). Initial support was added for importing an OPML list from a local file or from an HTTP or FTP URL. A bugfix was made for an unhandled environment variable. The test for an interactive shell was dropped. A configuration file parsing bug was fixed. Filename cleanup code was added for FAT32 compatability.
Release Notes: The podcast directory was moved from /usr/local/share to $HOME/. configuration installation and testing were improved. The cleanup loop was modified to allow a user-specified number of days to retain files. A fix was made for RSS feeds without sufficient newlines. An initial man page was written. Installation may be done by makefile or Debian package now. A changelog was started. Initial Debian packages (.deb) were created.