Library and GUI for Apple's iPod / News: Recent posts

Release of 2.1.0

Release for the migration to gtk 3.0

IMPROVEMENT: Migrates the application to the new gtk 3.0 framework.

UPDATE: Removal of GSEALED checks on gdk due to assumption of gdk 3 being
sealed.

BUGFIX: Allow LDFLAGS to be specified on command line.

BUGFIX: Fix compilation error for the mac port.

BUGFIX: Removed deprecated gtk / gdk function calls - thanks to dimstar

Posted by phantomjinx 2011-08-06

gtkpod 2.0.0 released

gtkpod V2.0.0
UI completely reworked with anjuta as the windowing system. Provides
major features as plugins that can be added and removed depending upon
user preference.

IMPROVEMENT: Replacement of glade with gtkbuilder

BUGFIXES: Lots ... Thanks to everybody who contributed. See the ChangeLog
for details.

TRANSLATIONS: Thanks to the efforts of all translators, including those
on www.transifex.net/projects/p/gtkpod/

Posted by phantomjinx 2011-03-27

gtkpod 1.0.0 released

Final release of gtkpod before major UI refactorings with anjuta are incorporated.

BUGFIX: Make dialogs transient with gtkpod window

IMPROVEMENT: Make the no extended database message clearer

BUGFIX: Failure to read lyrics file no longer displays a warning dialog for each track. Instead it displays the error in the lyrics tab.

BUGFIX: Track filter tends to display no results

BUGFIX: Various deficiencies with audiobooks. Thanks to Joel Smith.... read more

Posted by phantomjinx 2010-08-10

libgpod 0.7.0 released (support library for the iPod)

Libgpod (http://www.gtkpod.org/libgpod.html) is a backend library for the iPod, allowing you to copy music, video and pictures to your iPod. The library is written in C but python bindings are provided as well.

The list of new features is long: support for 4th generation iPod Nanos, writing of compact artwork files making the iPod more responsive, chapter data support, better iPod model detection using the serial number, updated python bindings and improved API documentation are just some of the highlights, rounded up by the obligatory bugfixes.

Posted by Jorg Schuler 2009-01-21

gtkpod V0.99.14 Released (Graphical Frontend For iPod)

gtkpod (http://www.gtkpod.org) is a platform independent GUI for Apple's iPod using GTK2. It allows you to import your existing iTunes database, to add songs, podcasts, video and cover art and to edit ID3 tags. gtkpod also features international charset support for ID3 tags, detects when adding already existing songs, displays and manages the photo database and more.

More than a year has passed since the last release and gtkpod had some time to mature. Besides a complete redesign of the preferences dialog following GNOMES HIG guidelines, a search bar now allows to quickly filter tracks and lyrics are recognized in MP4 files as well now. An automatic thumbnail generator and rounds up the major changes.

Posted by Jorg Schuler 2009-01-21

gtkpod V0.99.12 Released (Graphical Frontend For iPod)

gtkpod (http://www.gtkpod.org) is a platform independent GUI for Apple's iPod using GTK2. It allows you to import your existing iTunes database, to add songs, podcasts, video and cover art and to edit ID3 tags. gtkpod also features international charset support for ID3 tags, detects when adding already existing songs, and more.

Support for managing photos on photo-capable iPods has been added. The flac/ogg/wav/mp3/mp4 conversion scripts were re-worked. Romanian and Russian translations are now included, as well as updates to the existing translations.... read more

Posted by Todd Zullinger 2007-12-18

libgpod 0.6.0 released (support library for the iPod)

Libgpod (http://www.gtkpod.org/libgpod.html) is a backend library for the iPod, allowing you to copy music, video and pictures to your iPod. The library is written in C but python bindings are provided as well.

This release is the first to support the new iPod Classics and Nano Videos. This require a one-time setup of the iPod however, so please read the included NEWS file carefully.
There's also preliminary support for the iPhone and the iPod Touch but they must be jailbroken to work. You'll find more details in the NEWS file.

Posted by Christophe Fergeau 2007-11-10