Release Notes: This release includes some large changes to the internal architecture, but functionality should largely be the same. A new feature is the ability to customize the input prompt with information from XMMS.
Release Notes: This is the first release that compiles under g++ 3 without modification. The current-track and remove commands have been implemented.
Release Notes: This release introduces a couple of very minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is the first new release of XMMS-Shell in almost two years. It has mostly been rewritten in order to better support future changes that are intended. This release encompasses all of the functionality in the previous release, fixes a few minor bugs, and improves the user interface slightly.
Release Notes: This release features the addition of fade, balance, fakepause, and resetdevice commands. Some equalizer control commands have been added, but they only work with a very recent development copy of XMMS from CVS. Some minor changes were made to make installation more portable.
Release Notes: The help command is now implemented. Many more commands have been added, providing fuller control of XMMS.
Release Notes: A fix for a compilation error that existed on platforms without readline, and a slightly easier install or uninstall after compiling.
Release Notes: Initial release.