Release Notes: This release contains fixes for NetBSD and Haiku sound drivers, and minor interface adjustments.
Release Notes: This release fixes an infinite loop when skipping songs backwards and the first song is not playable, and the package build system was changed to use automake.
Release Notes: This release fixes frame information in Windows and addresses build issues in Windows, Solaris, and Haiku.
Release Notes: This release adds commands for subsong navigation and allows built-in module quirks to be overriden by the configuration file. It also fixes the CoreAudio driver in big-endian systems, and addresses build issues in Cygwin and MinGW. Libxmp 4.1.0 or later is required to build this release.
Release Notes: This release updates sound driver priorities, fixes background process handling, and fixes the CoreAudio driver build in Mac OS X 10.6 or earlier.
Release Notes: This release solves licensing issues, and a fix for pulseaudio detection at package configuration time has been added. To prevent future upgrade issues, it is advised to also update libxmp to version 4.0.1.
Release Notes: This release fixes AMF effects, sample and track loading, XM note cutting quirks, replaying with combined pattern delay and pattern break effects, and OpenBSD sound driver configuration. It adds support for ZX Spectrum Sound Tracker modules.
Release Notes: This release solves build issues in Mac OS X, includes a plugin for Audacious 2.5 and fixes OGGMod module loading.
Release Notes: This release fixes MED tempo setting in BPM mode, fixes fragment setting in the OSS driver, adds interactive control of song loop, adds a NoiseRunner module loader, fixes Impulse Tracker fingerprinting, fixes Archimedes Tracker and Tracker Packer 3 loaders, fixes loading of optimized XM files, and updates the Audacious plugin API to version 16.
Release Notes: This release fixes problems in MED, AMF, Digital Symphony and Archimedes Tracker formats, adds Coconizer module support, fixes building of the Audacious plugin, and addresses portability issues in BeOS and Haiku. An experimental Android port is also available.