The SVN repo has been imported into GIT and the SVN repo will be disabled.
A patch release. Includes: fixes for the buffer overflow bug that has been plaguing several Linux distros, tagging for FLAC, and updated translations.
The 2.7.2 release is now available on the download page.
2.7.1 has been released, but the distribution tarball requires a few tweaks. Building 2.7.1 from the release tarball will compile against GTK2, and the new build system should clear up the issues Slackware users were having with libraries, but it will not include the latest internationalization translations. For those either use SVN, or look for 2.7.2 in the near future.
The next release of ripperX builds against GTK2, includes internationalization support, and more...
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The 2.7.x ripperX source tree is now being maintained in SVN. The source can be browsed here: http://ripperx.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/ripperx/trunk/
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Finally, I have local access to a Fedora Core 3 system with a CDROM device, and have been able to do some testing on that system. This patch release should address at least some of the problems with different cdparanoia on Fedora.
Also, I'm including an RPM. The .spec file is inside the source tarball if you'd like to build your own.
The 2.6.5 patch release fixes a problem with Vorbis tags and a problem with calculating the amount of disk space during the ripping process. It also includes basic m3u playlist support.
ripperX now supports the "toolame" layer 2 MPEG encoder, as well as lower bitrates for those who would like to encode your audio books and the like.
Finally! Many, many bug fixes.
Dave Cinege and Tony Mancill have taken over RipperX development. A 2.6 release is not far away, which will include many needed bug fixes but no new features.