PlayShell is a simple console-based application for playing media files in Linux using known media players like SoX, VLC, MPlayer and FFplay as backend.
0.2.404 Dec 2016 15:27
* 0.2.4 (2016/12/04)
Added .opus entries in players.table.
Upgraded loader/compiler.gawk to version 0.1.
Renamed PlayShell.Startup.show_help_info_only to
Renamed PlayShell.Startup.show_version_only to
Some whitespace and unused variable cleanups in Config.parse_file().
Simplified an error message about creating directories; dropped
unnecessary use of ' ? -gt/-ne 0 '.
Made compile.sh pass arguments to compiler.gawk.
tools/create_packages.sh: Files archived with tar are now always owned by 0:0.
* 0.2.3 (2016/06/29)
No longer require creating ./users as EUID 0.
Upgraded loader/compiler.gawk to version 0.WP20160629.
Upgraded loader/loader.bash to version 0.2.
0.2.222 Jun 2016 14:11
* 0.2.2 (2016/04.02)
Fixed installer: man1 directory does not get created. Some minor
changes were also made.
Simplified Play.Players.stop_by_signals() and made in-between signals
Prioritized MPlayer over VLC by default when playing video files since
MPlayer allows fast-forwarding and rewinding in its interface and VLC
Removed extra leading space in the first line of log.sh.
Renamed ChangeLog to ChangeLog.txt.
* 0.2.1 (2016/03/04)
Fixed lock-up in Play.List.insert() caused by removing integer
attribute on a variable with assignment.
Fixed the manual page.
Explicitly disabled video output in setups of mplayer that only
plays audio to prevent it from showing thumbnails in m4a files.
When EUID == 0, PlayShell will now also use "vlc" if "vlc-wrapper"
doesn't work: "Cannot determine unprivileged user for VLC!"
Made VLC the defaut player after gst123 in some audio formats.
Removed exec's in command substitutions since they don't make a
Added this changelog file.
* 0.2 (2015/12/29)
First stable milestone release.
0.2-rc118 Jun 2015 03:47
Candidate for first stable release.