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ChangeLog

0.1.13

Release date: Sun Apr 06 2014 16:38 CEST

  • Check commandlion of muroarstream for right number of arguments (Closes: DEB#716122)
  • Updates of copyright and license headers.

0.1.12

Release date: Wed Mar 20 2013 13:01 CET

  • Corrected typos.
  • Reported to OpenBSD.
  • Updated copyright statements.

0.1.11

Release date: Mon Dec 10 2012 13:02 CET

  • Updated win32 port (corrected order of symlink/target creation).

0.1.10

Release date: Sat Jul 28 2012 13:08 CEST

  • Code cleanup
  • Corrected handling of 36#&;HOME (Closes: #279)
  • Corrected manpage for muroarstream(1).

0.1.9

Release date: Tue Jul 10 2012 18:25 CEST

  • Updated and fixed the manpages.
  • Updated TODO list.
  • Added manpage libmuroar(7).
  • Updated ckport data.

0.1.8

Release date: Mon Apr 16 2012 21:50 CEST

  • Support using non default port for TCP based servers.
  • Added support for "+default", "+invalid" and "+abstract" (Closes: #214)
  • Detect local DECnet based server (Closes: #213)
  • muroar.c has been split into multiple files (Closes: #215)
  • Added muroar_setvolume() to allow applications to set volume of streams (mono/stereo).
  • Updated and fixed the manpages.
  • Do some more porting to YIFF.

0.1.7

Release date: Tue Nov 08 2011 11:41 CET

  • Mark server address and client name const.
  • Converted functions from int handle to muroar_t (int on POSIX).
  • Started to port to YIFF.
  • Updated error handling (muroar_noop() and muroarstream).

0.1.6

Release date: Sun Sep 11 2011 23:46 CEST

  • Corrected ChangeLog entry for version 0.1.5
  • Fixed invalid pointer aliasing (Closes: #175)
  • Added support for symbolic names to muroarstream (Closes: #166)
  • Added support to muroarstream to read from or write to file (Closes: #165)

0.1.5

Release date: Fri Aug 18 2011 27:21 CEST

  • Some documentation updates.

0.1.4

Release date: Sun Feb 13 2011 26:20 CET

  • Updated ckport database.
  • Fixed bug in NEW_STREAM (needed to set mixerid = -1)

0.1.3

Release date: Mon Nov 29 2010 22:28 CET

  • added ckport(1) database
  • Ported to OpenVMS
  • Updated command list
  • Updated reassigned commands (GET_ACL->AUTHCTL, SET_ACL->ACLCTL)

0.1.2

Release date: Mon Jul 05 2010 21:12 CEST

  • a bit work on the comments in the code
  • added more codec consts
  • moved BEEP command into seperate file
  • added NOOP command
  • added DECnet support
  • fixed endianess problems on some platforms

0.1.1

Release date: Mon May 03 2010 20:54 CEST

  • Some Code cleanup
  • Updated Makefile so we do not build muroarstream 'staticly'
  • corrected wrong name of two CMD consts
  • corrected a lot typos
  • Added a lot comments
  • Use own IO functions

0.1.0

Release date: Mon Mar 15 2010 21:33 CET

  • fixed copyright statements
  • get better in sync with Debian package
  • added additional consts
  • added support for autof* options
  • small -fPIC fix for win32
  • added manpages for all public functions of this lib
  • added completion file for bash
  • added support for /etc/roarserver symlink

0.1rc2

Release date: Sun Feb 28 2010 17:08 CET

  • added use of SONAME
  • added support for AF_UNIX sockets
  • started with Debian control files
  • some small fixes
  • added manpage for muroarstream(1)
  • added very simple support for beeps

0.1rc1

Release date: Sat Feb 06 2010 26:27 CET

  • Added tool muroarstream

0.1rc0

Release date: Fri Oct 30 2009 21:09 CET

  • Added install/semi-install/uninstall
  • Added a function needed to test for server
  • Wrote some Docs
  • Less magic numbers

0.1beta1

Release date: Wed Oct 14 2009 22:12 CEST

  • added TODO list
  • wrote a simple configure
  • reduced memory usage (> 800 byte less)

0.1beta0

Release date: Fri Oct 09 2009 22:42 CEST

  • first release
  • basic support for streams
  • basic magics
  • basic IO abstraktion
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