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    version 0.2.1

    for MPD 0.12 and above

    Copyright (C) 2008 - 2009 Johan Spee


    GUIMUP is a client for the Music Player Daemon (MPD) written in GTKMM
    and C++. The program can be used with most Linux desktops (GNOME, 
    XFCE, KDE) and is covered by the General Public License (see below).

    The clean interface makes controlling MPD's many features easy and 
    intuitive. The focus is on mouse handling: playlist management is done 
    entirely by drag-&-drop; playback functions are directly accessible from
    the system tray. Guimup turns MPD into a perfect desktop music player.


    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
    it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
    the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
    (at your option) any later version.

    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
    but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
    General Public License for more details.

    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
    along with this program (the file named COPYING).
    If not, see

    GUIMUP includes libmpdclient:
    (c) 2003-2008 The Music Player Daemon Project

    To RUN this program depends on:
    gtkmm  (libgtkmm-2.4,  2.16 or above, which has dependencies of its own).
    libsoup (libsoup-2.4,  2.26 or above)
    To COMPILE from source additionally install the libgtkmm dev and libsoup
    dev packages.
    You will also need the usual dev packages, such as autoconf, make,
    automake and intltool. 'configure' will check this.
    To compile type:
    sudo make install (will only copy the binary to /usr/bin)


    Altough the program depends on GTKMM it does not require GNOME, nor is
    it integrated with GNOME in any way.

    If MPD is configured correctly it's all click, drag and drop really.

    The URL handling ("Add Stream") is rather basic. Direct links to binary
    audio-streams are added without a problem. Playlists of the m3u and pls
    format are processed to pick out the links pointing to the stream(s).
    Other playlist formats (asx, ram etc.) can not be handled. URL's that
    redirect can not be handled. Alternatively download the playlist yourself,
    copy the URL(s) that are in it and paste it in the "Add Stream" dialog.

    In the ~/.guimup.conf file you will find an entry called AlbumArt_File
    Here you can set a custom string that will be used first to find art
    in the folder where the music-file is located. 
    Example: AlbumArt_File=younameit

    Other 'hidden' options are:
    Font_Family=sans, DejaVu		(or =serif, Times )
    MPD_onQuit_command=mpd --kill	(or =killall mpd )
    MPD_onStart_command=mpd		(or =/path/to/mpd )

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