iTunesRemote server 0.4.2 is released, fixes problems with iTunes 7.1
I've made a server application for Windows in C#. It requires .NET. It uses COM, and supports everything the latest Mac version (0.4.1) does.
There's also a new Windows client, also in C#, which now supports the new protocol.
Both have been rewritten to not use the SmallSockets classes anymore, which date from 2001.
Server 0.4.0 allows web browser access, and fixes the Unicode bugs. Furthermore, when used with client 0.2.0 it uses a new string separator, '\n', which cannot be entered into iTunes song names and will therefore solve the problem where everything would go wrong if the separator appeared somewhere. Also, playlists are now selected by number instead of by name, so playlists with weird names will work now too.... read more
There is now a client for Linux (itunesremote-gtk). It uses GTK for its interface.
The "comma bug" is fixed in the newest release. The program is finally usable, now that commas in the data no longer cause misbehaviour in the server.
I have written an iTunesRemote client in Perl, which should run at least under all POSIX-complient OSes.
iTunesRemote Server 0.2.7 has a menu extra which can be switched on or off with a menu. It's off by default.
The Windows client now supports playlists too.
These provide support for playlists. The Windows version that support playlists is done, but SourceForge seems to have some problems with its FTP servers, so I was unable to release it.
Today I released the iTunesRemote Server 0.2.5 and iTunesRemote 0.1.7. With iTunesRemote 0.1.7 it is possible to change the volume. This needs at least server 0.2.5.
Server 0.2.4 sometimes tried to use a disconnected socket, sometimes leading to problems and/or crashes and filling up your hard drive with log entries. This bug has been fixed.
Server and clients are released on SourceForge. The software's already usable, although it still needs a lot of improvement. Also still needed: icons.