Back in Debian

So after madman is currently orphaned in Debian and might get kicked out of the archive along with xmms kicking the bucket, I just noticed that one of my newer pieces of code made it into Debian: tagpy! :) That's awesome.

To everybody who is holding their breath waiting for a …

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madman added to FreeBSD ports

Daniel Roethlisberger wrote in to note that madman is now in the FreeBSD ports collection, which should make it a lot easier for you BSD'ers out there to try madman. A corresponding note has also been added to the download page.

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madman meets musepack

Thanks to Scott Wheeler's tireless work on Taglib, madman (the development version in Arch, really) now has support for Musepack (or "MPC") files. This was half-way to being added once before, but support in Taglib makes this a no-brainer. Seems like tag writing in Taglib is still not 100%, but …

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Debian packages of the development version

Ben Montgomery made some Debian packages of a recent development version of madman. Try them out, and bother Ben or the list if you have trouble. Yes, I do agree that this is a strong sign that I should release 0.94 ASAP. It's coming, don't worry. ;)

Update: Ben just …

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Trolltech broke my madman

Apparently, Trolltech made some incompatible change to QTable's code, and by "virtue" of this change, in-line retagging doesn't work for me any more. I'll endeavor to have this fixed soon, but I'll be out to the US for about a week and a half at the end of March, so …

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AutoDJ from Source

I just committed a first cut of the much-requested "AutoDJ from Source" functionality. I'd appreciate feedback on how well it does for everybody. 0.94 is well on the way, but as you may have seen from my journal, my life has sped up rather than slowed down since I …

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madman news now syndicated from my journal site

madman's home page now semi-automatically draws its news from the madman category of my journal. I hope that this will encourage me to update madman's news more frequently by making the process more convenient than writing PHP source code. (ugh) As an added benefit, you may comment on the news …

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Madman bug/feature trackers closed down

Trackers are closed now. The Sourceforge bug, feature and support trackers are closed now, effective immediately. Please turn to the mailing list for your support needs. Anonymous posting is allowed, but please request for yourself to be cc'ed. If you have data in the trackers, it has not been deleted …

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