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XMMS Album List

XMMS Album List is a small program written with GtkPerl and XMMS::Perl, which allows directories to be loaded into XMMS by double clicking them.

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  •  27 Oct 2003 02:31

    Release Notes: A window that shows progress as you refresh or add directories has been added., and the Add Directories dialog has been cleaned up a bit. The way the glade file is handled has been reorganized by putting it into the __DATA__ section of the script.

    •  07 Aug 2003 21:48

      Release Notes: The method of finding the .glade file has been fixed (it was hardcoded for test purposes and accidentally not changed before release).

      •  04 Aug 2003 07:54

        Release Notes: The program was completely rewritten. It now uses gtk2-perl and libglade.

        •  16 Apr 2003 03:04

          Release Notes: A patch was added to create Find and Find Again entries to the Edit list and the functionality for them.

          •  14 Apr 2003 02:06

            Release Notes: A bug has been fixed where when you loaded more than one directory of MP3s, the Save List only saved the most recent entries.

            Recent comments

            14 Nov 2002 04:02 jcurbo

            Re: Finally an Albumlist replacement (almost)
            I'm not sure about the SMB thing; I had a problem at first loading my mp3 directories which are stored on an NTFS partition, but I fixed it with a certain flag to File::Find. I seem to not have updated the page when I did this, so I bumped the version number to 0.3. See if that fixes it..

            About the directories not being saved, check the file ~/.xalbumlistrc, which should be a list of directories.

            02 Nov 2002 23:58 n8wood

            Finally an Albumlist replacement (almost)
            I've been looking for an Albumlist replacement ever since I made the switch to Linux 4 months ago... Xalubumlist seems to be what I'm looking for.

            I tried it out, but I'm having one major setback. When I load my default path, Xalbumlist grabs only 5 of my mp3 directories (there should be hundreds of them). Maybe it has something to do with the fact that the folder is a mounted SMB share?

            I went through my entire list of albums and loaded the folders manually which worked for me. Unfortunately when exited and restarted Xalbumlist, my list was no longer there.

            Do you have any advice? I appreciate your help and the fact that you made this app available to the world.

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