- May 14th, 2016
v. 1.4.1 2016 04 01
* Fixed: ‘Auto’ profile wrongly found multiple config files.
* Fixed: On startup player could show 2 close buttons.
* Fixed: Folder browser did not list .m3u playlists
* Coded: Added #include <QDataStream> to qtlocalpeer.h
* Other: Minor changes in dialog text and command-line output.
Quimup 1.4.0 is available from Sourceforge (source code only).
Quimup 1.4.0 depends on QT5.
* Coded: Migrated the code to QT5
* Fixed: After changing colors wrong album-art could be shown.
* Added: Use embedded cover art from asf and ape-tagged mp3.
Quimup 1.3.2 is ready. Downloads are available from Sourceforge (deb32, deb64 and source).
Quimup 1.3.2 now (also) depends on taglib.
* Fixed: Provided password was not used unconditionally.
* Fixed: Playlist not updated when a dropped item was rejected.
* Fixed: Settings were not saved upon system shutdown/logout.
* Fixed: Could not find translation(s) in default location.
* Fixed: Music dir was not always found automatically.
* Added: Use embedded cover art (mp3 ogg mpc mp4 flac wv ape).
* Added: Player and Browser now respond to ‘media keys’.
* Added: Support for *.cue playlist files in folder view.
* Added: ‘Reset status’ to playlist context menu.
* Added: ‘-l none’ to cmd parameters to force internal locale.
* Added: More extensions are accepted for D&D operations.
* Other: Some cosmetic tweaks, as usual.
Quimup 1.3.1 is mainly a bugfix release: the program crashed upon start-up with recent versions of MPD.
Get it here (source, 32-bit & 64-bit deb packages).
* Added: Support for the ‘Disc Number’ tag.
* Added: Stream loader can handle compound urls better.
* Added: Manually override MPD’s (remote) music dir.
* Fixed: Crash upon calling mpd_return_pair (Archlinux).
* Fixed: Player changed position after hide-show toggle.
* Fixed: Allow more time to connect to MPD at start-up.
* Fixed: Possible wrong sorting order of dragged items.
* Coded: Project ‘includes’ libmpdclient using pkg-config.
It took a while, but Quimup 1.3.0 is ready. Downloads are available from Sourceforge (deb32, deb64 and source).
* Added: “Drag & drop” from file manager to quimup.
* Added: “Open with” from file manager (%U or %F).
* Added: Single-instance-mode (by default).
* Added: Localization support (no translations yet).
* Added: Command line parameters (try “quimup -help”).
* Added: Rescan tags for any selection (library menu).
* Added: Folder search in the browser.
* Added: Check if mpd is running when quimup starts up.
* Added: Option to apply colors to the album info widget.
* Added: Music directory is requested from MPD (0.17+).
* Added: Playlist scrolls to drop-position after d&d.
* Added: Drop on playlist allows insert (not just append).
* Added: Manually controlled widths in library and playlist.
* Added: Track titles shown across all colums in library.
* Added: A first-run dialog with some useful tips.
* Added: More details on command line in case of MPD-errors.
* 23 bug fixes and code improvements
Ronald van Engelen has kindly set up a PPA for Guimup. This PPA currently publishes packages for Ubuntu Quantal and Precise.
To add it to your system’s Software Sources open a terminal and enter the follwing:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:guimup/trunk
Next update your system:
sudo apt-get update
Finally install Guimup with a program like Packagekit or with this command:
sudo apt-get install guimup
Version 0.3.3 of Guimup mainly improves compatibility with xfce4. Downloads are available from sourceforge.
- Does not depend on libunique anymore: Implemented Gtk::application (and removed libunique).
- Improved xfce4 compatibility: Besides URI (%U) the command-line now handles plain paths (%F). Also fixed wrong bg-color for track-info labels in some themes.
- Finally fixed toggle show/hide player problems.
- Removed deprecated g_thread_init() from code.
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