Release Notes: This release of the gxine frontend features several UI improvements and bugfixes. Hanging and input focus problems in full screen mode were fixed. Independant zoom control for X and Y axes was added. A potential null pointer dereference was fixed. Several keybinding changes were implemented.
Release Notes: This release of the gxine frontend is a major overhaul. An optional separate window for windowed-mode controls was implemented. A keypad window was added. Tabs and a graphic equalizer were added to the settings window. Clipboard support was added to the playlist and media marks windows. Lirc support was improved. GNOME VFS support was added.
Release Notes: This release fixed a CDDB vulnerability as reported in CAN-2005-2967.
Release Notes: An initialization bug which could cause near 100% CPU usage was fixed.
Release Notes: This release addresses many bugs, including the security advisory CAN-2005-1692.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed, including several important fixes for deadlocks, segfaults, and memory leaks. Support for audio post plugins was added. Support for more than one playlist from the command line was added. Display of meta information during playback was added. UTF-8 support was enhanced. Resetting of volume and screensaver was fixed. Translations were updated.
Release Notes: Many functional improvements were made. Several bugs were fixed, including some critical ones. Various plugins were enhanced. This release still does not compile with gcc4 due to an older ffmpeg version included.
Release Notes: Compared with the latest release candidate, there are not many changes. However, a security issue regarding the AIFF demuxer (CAN-2004-1300) is fixed, as well as some issues that might have appeared with the way the Xv plugin has been linked in 1-rc8. Therefore, upgrading to 1.0 is strongly recommended.
Release Notes: This version contains important fixes, usability improvements, and additional features. The Win32 frontend has been removed and placed into its own module. Work on the Win32 port is moving along nicely, and should be ready for the 1.0 release.