Projects / FUPlayer


FUPlayer is a full featured music manager and player for the GNOME desktop. With it, you can play music from your hard drive, create playlists, do real file management using its Trash, and play, rip, and burn audio CDs. It features an interface similar to those of many modern manager-style players, but with many improvements, such as true non-modal search and browse functionality, find-as-you-type, and drag destination highlighting. It aims to be extremely user friendly and efficient to use.


Recent releases

  •  13 Mar 2006 00:02

    Release Notes: The scrolling track-playing label has been backported from the 0.3.0 development work. It doesn't quite fit aesthetically in a few ways.

    •  06 Mar 2006 21:53

      Release Notes: A missing dependency on python-pyvorbis in debian/control has been added. Extraction of the 'nice' part of the HAL drive UDI (e.g. 'NEC_DVD_RW_ND_3540A') has been disabled. This wasn't being used anywhere, and the regular expression isn't matching for some drive UDI's, which prevented FUPlayer from starting.

      •  06 Mar 2006 18:25

        Release Notes: This release fixes a serious bug that prevented FUPlayer from starting if ~/.fuplayer/ did not already exist. A few other bugs are fixed, and a few minor features added.

        •  23 Feb 2006 05:49

          Release Notes: The GUI and underlying model were fundamentally redesigned. FUPlayer now uses an iTunes-style interface. The new interface is very snappy and does not suffer from the performance issues of 0.11. Having no CDROM drive no longer breaks FUPlayer. Support for MusicBrainz extended metadata was added. Proper multi-artist album support was added. MusicBrainz disc metadata is cached for offline use. CD metadata is now editable. The program now warns the user if ripping a CD will overwrite existing files. GNOME session awareness was added. A more conventional Major.Minor.Micro version naming is now used.


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