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XMMS2 - glib client library for c++ - development files

XMMS2 is a redesign of the XMMS music player. It features a client-server model, allowing multiple (even simultaneous!) user interfaces, both textual and graphical. All common audio formats are supported using plug-ins. On top of this, there is a flexible media library to organize your music.

This package contains files for developing XMMS2 clients using libxmmsclient++-glib1.

Package version:0.7DrNo-4ubuntu1


xmms2 (0.2DrGonzo-1) unstable; urgency=low

   The path to the configuration files has changed. The new path now usually
   is ~/.config/xmms2. This means that unless you copy your ~/.xmms2 to the new
   location xmms2d will be "restarted" without configuration or medialib.

 -- Florian Ragwitz <>  Sat, 30 Sep 2006 10:27:35 +0200


xmms2 (0.7DrNo-4ubuntu1) lucid; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable; remaining changes:
    - Use PulseAudio as default output plugin.

 -- Benjamin Drung <>  Wed, 24 Mar 2010 01:13:34 +0100

xmms2 (0.7DrNo-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * Add remove-path_max.patch to replace PATH_MAX by XMMS_PATH_MAX to
    fix FTBFS on hurd-i386.
  * Add xmms2-hppa.patch to disable parallel


Changes between 0.6 DrMattDestruction+WIP+TEST3 and 0.7 DrNo

 Release date: 2010-02-19
 Authors contributing to this release: 2
 Number of changesets: 3
 Number of files in this release: 653

 Erik Massop:
  * OTHER: Remove some non-implemented flags from nycli help.

 Sebastien Cevey:
  * BUG(2236): Fix toggle in shell-mode, ensure the cache is always consistent
  * OTHER: Make readline check de


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on  Fri, 31 Mar 2006 19:29:57 +0200

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