Release Notes: This version has been merged into xine-lib proper. However, for those that want the documentation which is not in xine-lib (or currently in xine), it is still here. Version numbers have been updated to correspond to the associated xine-lib release. The single change to reduce spurious drive scans (also in xine-lib-1-rc2) has been applied here as well.
Release Notes: The VCD and CD-DA plugins can automatically scan for a drive having a VCD or CD-DA in them (via libcdio). The CD-DA delay in response time in switching tracks has been fixed. The VCD plugin got the wrong offsets when continued segments were used. The documentation was updated and the code was cleaned up.
Release Notes: Changes were made to make this plugin coexist a little better with the default vlc plugins. Code to read and understand PBC navigation code was added, although work is needed to allow keyboard selection.
Release Notes: The MRLs were made consistent with vlc usage. Some VCD and CDDA bugs were fixed, and the VCD code was simplified. Note that VCD Segment numbers now start at 0.
Release Notes: This release features better initialization of log handlers. It is now possible to set the CDDB cache directory, network timeouts, and whether caching is enabled. The build process can be configured to only build the CD-DA plugin, and will do so if libvcd is not found. Changes dictated by libcdio 0.61 were also made to support MS Windows via Cygwin.
Release Notes: This release adds important bugfixes (including the ones listed in 1-beta9). texinfo/HTML documentation for the Video CD plugin, and an enhanced CD-DA plugin (which also uses libcdio). A slash has been removed from MRLs to match other xine plugins. For CDDB access, you'll need libcddb. You can configure to disable either the CD-DA or Video CD plugin from building. This release requires libcdio and a cdio-enhanced vcdimager; vcdimager has been removed from this distribution, but it will not build without it.
Release Notes: Major bugfixes, PBC bugfixes, and code cleanups were made. The program is now able to handle the virtualis VCD 2.0 demo navigation fairly completely. In a MRL, lowercase 's' now means NTSC segment, and an uppercase 'S' means PAL segment. A %S in the format string is replaced with the still type.