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audacious id3 tag manipulation library

Audacious is a fork of beep-media-player which supports winamp skins and many codecs.

In the default install, the following codecs are supported:

* MP3 * Ogg Vorbis * AAC and AAC+ * FLAC * Windows Media (WMA) * Musepack * TTA * Many module formats and much more!

Additionally, Audacious is extendable through plugins, and contains other useful features like LIRC support and support for

This package contains a library used to manipulate id3 tags.

Package version:1.5.1-4


A relatively powerful media player

Copyright (c) 2005-2008 Audacious Development Team (see AUTHORS)

Based on:
  BMP - Beep Media Player (c)2002-2005

Which was based on:
  XMMS - X Multimedia System (c)1997-2001

  A Cross platform Multimedia Player

  Peter Alm, Thomas Nilsson, Olle Hallnas, H�vard Kv�len

NOTE: This document is hardly maintained. Please check the Users' Guide
on the


Audacious 1.5.1 (2008-05-23)

* New Cairo-based playlist widget, which should be somewhat faster.
* Volume setting is now saved between sessions.
* Session management is now optional and can be disabled via
  a configure option.
* Added an option to enable loading of broken skins (use with care.)
* "Remote" handling of Audacious via commandlin


audacious (1.5.1-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Benjamin Drung ]
  * debian/rules: Do not disable SSE2 on x86_64, because all x86_64 CPUs support
  * debian/control: cosmetic improvements

  [ William Pitcock ]
  * debian/patches/audacious-play-files-from-command-line.patch: Make adding
    files from the command line work. Thanks Stefan Ott! (Closes: #491043)
  * debian/patches/bugzil


This package was debianized by Adam Cécile (Le_Vert) <> on
Fri,  1 Sep 2006 20:5

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