News about myMPD and the MPD universe.
This is a small maintenance release that fixes many bugs.
This minor release fixes some bugs, enhances the build.sh check command and adds an option to sort the albumart grid by modification time. This release also adds better support for lyrics and coverimages. The default pseudo random number generator was replaced with TinyMT a Mersene Twister implementation.
This release fixes one ugly and security related bug:
This release adds support for the MPD mount and neighbor functions. The error handling for MPD protocol errors was improved. This is the first version that can only compiled with internal libmpdclient (called libmympdclient).
This release fixes a ugly bug, that prevents adding new songs to the last played list and increases the song playCount endless.
myMPD 6.2.2 fixes some bugs and adds a Dutch translation, thanks to Pinkdotnl for that.
myMPD 6.2.1 is only a small maintenance release.
myMPD 6.2.0 adds more functionality to smart playlists and playlists generally. The publishing feature of myMPD was completely reworked and supports now webdav to manage pics, mpd music_directory and playlists. This feature is in the default config disabled and mus be enabled in mympd.conf. Also the notification system was reworked and supports now the brand new HTML5 MediaSession API.
MPD partitions are one of the new features of the upcoming MPD 0.22. The client library libmpdclient2 supports the new partition commands since the 2.18 release. The ncmpc 0.37 release supports partitions also.
myMPD v6.1.0 adds a new timer function. You can now define multiple timers to play, stop or execute a system command. The new timer function is also internally used for covercache maintenance and building smart playlists.
myMPD v6.0.1 is released. This release fixes some small issues and updates the korean translation (thanks to parkmino).
myMPD v6.0.0 is released. This release improves mainly the support for albumart and embeds an enhanced version of libmpdclient.
myMPD is a lightweight MPD web client that runs without a dedicated webserver or interpreter. It’s tuned for minimal resource usage and requires only very few dependencies.