Projects / xmms-alarm


xmms-alarm is a plugin which allows XMMS to be used as an alarm clock. It features alarm start time, sleep time (so the alarm will stop after a while), volume fading time, loading a seperate playlist for the alarm, executing a shell command when the alarm goes off, and the option to choose a starting volume when fading.


Recent releases

  •  09 Apr 2005 05:52

    Release Notes: The return value of nanosleep is now checked and acted on if necessary. This should fix some problems with the volume fading.

    •  02 Apr 2004 03:05

      Release Notes: Volume fading down was fixed, and you can now use other XMMS plugins such as Joystick or IRman to control the volume at the same time xmms-alarm is performing volume fading.

      •  09 Mar 2004 05:01

        Release Notes: This release supports playing MP3 or ogg streams as well as local playlist files.

        •  18 Mar 2003 23:51

          Release Notes: This release shows the default time for each day when the option to use the default time is enabled, making the configuration screen less confusing. The autoconf/automake scripts have been updated. Some minor bugs have been fixed.

          •  12 Aug 2002 08:17

            Release Notes: This release fixes a small bug where the plugin behaved randomly if you attempted to disable it while it was fading volumes, sometimes causing xmms to crash.


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