- included a new
musikcube-cmd.exebinary that can be run from a standard command-line session in Windows, including cmd.exe, PowerShell, Windows Terminal, or ConEmu.
- added an OpenBSD port (castagnini)
- added the ability to build as a
- fixed build issues for platforms with ncurses and tinfo split (tobbez)
- fixed an issue where percent signs in the transport weren’t getting properly escaped (the-eater)
- fixed an issue where we may not properly detect UTF8 terminals in some cases
- added true color support for macOS Terminal.app (previously was only supported in iTerm)
- fixed a handful of directory browsing bugs reported by (pcapiod)
- fixed a bug where we weren’t always properly reporting track metadata in the MPRIS plugin.
- added a way to add an
audd.ioAPI key, if you have one, to fetch lyrics
- updated session data to be stored in its own config file
- merged upstream PDCurses changes to fix a handful of minor bugs and better support Windows Terminal
- fixed a couple null pointer dereferences, and a couple instances where we
were using variables before they were initialized (detected with valgrind)
- fixed some weird redraw issues on some platforms with ncurses 6.2
- fixed some bugs where we weren’t always compiling the MPRIS plugin for our binary packages
- fixed a number of ALSA and PulseAudio bugs when devices are not available or there is resource contention
- added Ubuntu Focal (20.04) and Fedora 31 support
- added a C API wrapper around the SDK so
musikcorecan be used from other languages easily. see
musikcore_c.hand the companion project
- fixed an old bug in the
indexerthat would report an incorrect updated file count.
- added the ability to build a standalone
musikcore.dllon Windows that can be used with the new C API for easy integration with other languages or environments.
- fixed a bug where we may crash when playing 0-length files.
- fixed an old bug where playback state would get out of sync if the user seeked while paused.
- cleaned up SDK constants
- updated crash report tracking to use Firebase Crashlytics
- upgraded ExoPlayer
- upgrade to Android Studio 3.6
- tweaked the threading model to better support multiple concurrent connections
- fixed a bug where we may attempt to transcode the same file multiple times simultaneously; now if there’s a transcode for a shared resource in progress we’ll just wait until the original operation completes