Release Digest: GNOME, June 19, 2003
Jun 20, 2003, 05:00 (0 Talkback[s])
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
Quark is an audio player, for geeks, by geeks. It runs in the
background with access provided via a FIFO in the filesystem. It
uses Xine-lib for playing music, and can therefore play any file
format supported by Xine.
strange-quark supports entering URLs directly into its file
dialog. Add support to quark for playing real-audio streams. Fix
for laggy pause/resume. Added a 'ko' translation from Kang
Jeong-Hee. Fix for bugs in net playlist parsing. Fix bug where
excess whitespace would be included in the filename. Hide the
Playlist Editor that was not meant for inclusion in 3.0.
Quark is an audio player, for geeks, by geeks. It provides a
daemon process that can be controlled from the command line or from
the System Tray front-end.
strange-quark now has a Recent menu with recent selections made
from its file dialogs. Parse playlists created on more platforms
correctly by treating n and r as line breaks. Quark sorts
directories when adding them to the playlist. Fix for playlists
with absolute paths. Prevent infinite loop if quark is unable to
play anything in the playlist, only looping through them once.
Quark closes the audio device when paused.