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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<!-- newest entry at the top -->
<news>
<!-- Format:
<newsitem date="yyyy-mm-dd" type="foo" title="Hello world">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
...
</div>
</newsitem>
Available types: release, site, project, security (default is release)
-->
<newsitem date="2012-02-21" title="gxine 0.5.907">
<p>A new version of gxine is available. This release is a maintenance
release. It's mostly bug fixes, with a few compilation fixes. (Those
<del>nice, helpful</del> people at Mozilla and their work on
that <del>nice, stable</del> Javascript library...)</p>
<download />
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2012-02-04" title="xine-lib 1.2.1">
<p>A new release. Mostly bug fixes; the VDPAU code has been rewritten
somewhat, and the alternative VDPAU plugin is buildable (hopefully, most
who noticed problems got the missing file from the repository or the
packaged version in Debian experimental or unstable).</p>
<download notes="1.2.1/README.txt.asc" />
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2012-01-30" type="project" title="HG repositories MIA again">
<p>Debian have once more been having <a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2012/01/msg00011.html">
problems with Alioth</a>. Consequently, our public repositories have been
offline for a day or so.</p>
<p>As a result, we now have <a href="http://sourceforge.net/scm/?type=hg&amp;group_id=9655">
mirrors on Sourceforge</a> of our primary repositories. While it is
expected that these will be maintained, they probably won't always be
fully up-to-date.</p>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2012-01-01" title="xine-lib 1.2.0">
<p>A new version of xine-lib is available. Two releases in one day���! This
has to be cause for celebration��� Or something.</p>
<p>Significant features: VDPAU support, VDR support, following the XDG
Base Directory Specification, reduced memory usage, and <em>no</em>
internal copies of ffmpeg, libcdio or libvcd.</p>
<p>I can't be bothered with waffle, so go and read the release notes or
download it and play with it. You'll need to recompile your front end to
use this if you've previously been using 1.1 (not 1.1.90).</p>
<download notes="1.2.0/README.txt.asc" />
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2012-01-01" title="xine-lib 1.1.20.1">
<p>A new version of xine-lib is available. This release fixes a few
problems in 1.1.20.</p>
<download notes="1.1.20.1/README.txt.asc" />
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2011-11-13" title="xine-lib 1.1.20">
<p>A new version of xine-lib is available. (Okay, we know, somewhat
overdue. You can stop cheering now.)</p>
<p>This release supports rv30, rv40, VP8 and (with new-enough ffmpeg) AAC LATM.
It allows use of GraphicsMagick instead of ImageMagick, should work better
with PulseAudio, contains various MinGW fixes (and a port to w64), and has
various minor fixes and improvements, most notably for MPEG TS.</p>
<download notes="1.1.20/README.txt.asc" />
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2011-09-25" type="project" title="HG repositories">
<p>hgweb's back, and the repository access speed is back to what it should
be. It seems that the slowness was due to hgweb being missing���</p>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2011-08-11" title="gxine 0.5.906">
<p>A new version of gxine is available. This release is mostly a
maintenance release: mostly bug fixes, with a few new UI bits: gamma,
sharpness and noise reduction controls may be available. The most
significant of the bug fixes are regarding full-screen mode with
multi-head setups: focus grabbing now isn't done at all, and the video
area is correctly sized. (Both problems only showed up if gxine was built
without Xinerama support.)</p>
<download />
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2011-06-22" type="project" title="HG repositories">
<p>If anybody's wondering: the repositories are mostly fine now after the
Alioth restructuring a few months ago. All that's presently missing is
hgweb.</p>
<p>Those of us with write access should all be using hg.debian.org (not
alioth.debian.org) and have dealt with the
<a href="http://wiki.debian.org/Alioth/SSH">changed fingerprint</a> by
now.</p>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2010-07-25" title="xine-lib 1.1.19">
<p>A new version of xine-lib is available. This is mainly bug fixes, but
there are one or two new features, notably support for the WebM container
format.</p>
<download notes="1.1.19/release.txt" />
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2010-03-06" type="site" title="#xine-vdpau">
<p>#xine-vdpau (freenode) is no more. Use
<a href="irc://irc.freenode.net/#xine">#xine</a> (alternatively, on
<a href="irc://irc.oftc.net/#xine">OFTC</a>) instead.</p>
<p>It has been determined that, while it was the more active channel,
a lot of its content was general xine-related chat, which is more on-topic
in #xine, so we've decided that VDPAU no longer needs a separate channel.
If you have a problem with this, send your comments to
<tt>/dev/null</tt> ���.</p>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2010-03-06" title="xine-lib 1.1.18.1">
<p>A new version of xine-lib is available. This is a bug-fix release;
there were a few ���minor��� breakages in 1.1.18.</p>
<download notes="1.1.18.1/release.txt" />
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2010-03-06" title="xine-ui 0.99.6">
<p>Well, <em>this</em> one's long overdue.</p>
<p>This release contains many fixes and tweaks, many of which you've
probably already benefitted from anyway since we'd previously been
advising anybody who had problems to use the development version (if they
weren't already).</p>
<p>Yes, there may still be problems; any help which anybody
can offer in fixing these would be good. We like patches. Patches are
good.</p>
<p>Anyway, download, build and enjoy���</p>
<download notes="0.99.6/release.txt" />
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2010-02-23" title="xine-lib 1.1.18">
<p>A new version of xine-lib is available. This release adds support for
WMA Pro and basic support for Quicktime media links (much better support
is present in the 1.2 branch) and has various fixes for 24-bit FLAC and
LPCM, TTA, and AAC in Flash video; there's also one important fix for
DXR3 users, allowing xine-lib to work with recent versions of the em8300
driver. It also has enhanced support for metadata (currently Ogg-only).</p>
<p>Building with internal ffmpeg works again. This is a deprecated option;
we strongly recommend against using this for reasons of codec and
security support. Don't use it; use external ffmpeg libraries instead.</p>
<download notes="1.1.18/release.txt" />
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2010-01-15" type="features" title="VDPAU merged into xine-lib 1.2 hg">
<p>VDPAU support is now included in <a
href="http://hg.debian.org/hg/xine-lib/xine-lib-1.2">our xine-lib 1.2
repository.</a> (xine-lib-1.2-vdpau now points to this.)</p>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2010-01-01" title="gxine 0.5.905">
<p>A new version of gxine is available. This release is mostly a
maintenance release, but there are a few notable improvements: you can
now double-click on the video to switch to full-screen mode, and a
different pointer shape is used when over a SPU button (e.g. a DVD menu
item). Oh, and hoppy you near, or something.</p>
<download />
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2009-12-16" type="site" title="xine-ui in hg">
<p>We're now using <a href="http://hg.debian.org/hg/xine-lib/xine-ui">hg
for xine-ui</a>. This move has been (quietly) planned for some time;
since xine-ui CVS hasn't seen any changes since February (apart from one
build fix), the decision has been made, using
<a href="http://wiki.lspace.org/wiki/Patrician">One Man, One Vote</a>, to
implement this.</p>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2009-12-01" title="xine-lib 1.1.17">
<p>A new version of xine-lib is available. This release has improved
Matroska support, various fixes for UTF-16 (typically affecting ID3
tags), a hack for Apple film trailers (qthttp://...), improved support
for unencrypted files on BluRay discs, and better OpenBSD support
(sndio).</p>
<download />
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2009-11-21" type="site" title="bugs.xine-project.org fixed">
<p>bugs.xine-project.org is up and running again. The cause was a security
rule which should have been disabled���</p>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2009-11-20" type="features" title="VDPAU and BluRay">
<p>For those of you who regularly taint your kernels, VDPAU support has
been merged into xine-lib. It's still a bit experimental, so it's in a <a
href="http://hg.debian.org/hg/xine-lib/xine-lib-1.2-vdpau/">new (and
temporary) 1.2 tree</a>; it'll go into the main 1.2 tree in due
course.</p>
<p>We've also got some basic BluRay support going into the next release.
It won't play discs as yet (and that probably won't land in 1.1), but it
should be able to handle decrypted files.</p>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2009-11-20" type="site" title="bugs.xine-project.org broken">
<p>bugs.xine-project.org is currently not functioning correctly. The
symptoms are known (mostly, use ���<kbd>;</kbd>��� instead of ���<kbd>&amp;</kbd>��� in
query URLs, else you'll see ���<samp>403 Permission denied</samp>���). It'll
be fixed when it's fixed, whenever that will be���</p>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2009-04-03" title="xine-lib 1.1.16.3">
<p>A new version of xine-lib is available. This release is, like the gxine
release on Wednesday, mostly a maintenance release. It fixes a few
security bugs, contains miscellaneous other bug fixes and adds support
for OpenBSD.</p>
<download notes="673233"/>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2009-04-01" title="gxine 0.5.904">
<p>A new version of gxine is available. This release is mostly a
maintenance release.</p>
<download notes="672806"/>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2009-02-16" type="site" title="Going live���">
<p>We've gone live with the new site! It's still a little bit unfinished,
but most things are in place and working well.</p>
<p>A few things are different. This is a reimplementation of the site,
done using XML and in a static form, rather than in PHP: no regeneration
each time a page is served, so it's more cache-friendly; and fewer
electrons are used. Remember, every electron saved���</p>
<p>There'll probably be some changes to the site over the coming months,
in terms of style and possibly also layout. No promises, though :-)</p>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2009-02-13" type="site" title="Old website unreachable">
<p>xine's old website, <a href="http://xinehq.de/">http://xinehq.de</a>,
is unreachable and has been so for over a week now. This website is
intended to replace it and is presently under construction. Please bear
with us.</p>
<p>File releases and source repositories are available at SourceForge.net
and Alioth. You may reach us on IRC on <a
href="irc://irc.oftc.net/#xine">#xine on irc.oftc.net</a>, or on our
mailing lists.</p>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2009-02-10" title="xine-lib 1.1.16.2">
<p>A new xine-lib version is now available, once again more quickly than
we'd like��� this release contains another security fix and more bug &amp;
build fixes.</p>
<download notes="660071"/>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2009-01-12" title="xine-lib 1.1.16.1">
<p>A new xine-lib version is now available, rather more quickly than we'd
like��� this release contains bug &amp; build fixes (build with older
ffmpeg &amp; with libcaca; MPEG4 playback) and a few FAQ list updates
(Real codecs &amp; Xv).</p>
<download notes="653149"/>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2009-01-07" title="xine-lib 1.1.16">
<p>A new xine-lib version is now available. This release contains some
more security fixes, a few compilation fixes for C++ front ends and for
when using recent ffmpeg snapshots, a few Flash video and MMS fixes, and
other miscellaneous improvements and fixes.</p>
<download notes="652075"/>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2008-08-14" title="xine-lib 1.1.15">
<p>A new xine-lib version is now available. This release contains some
security fixes, notably a DoS via corrupted Ogg files (CVE-2008-3231),
some related fixes, and fixes for a few possible buffer overflows. The
other changes include recognition of AMR audio and Snow video.</p>
<download notes="619869"/>
</newsitem>
<newsitem date="2009-01-14" type="site" title="Older news">
<p>We currently have no news older than the item above. We'll add them as soon as we can���</p>
</newsitem>
</news>