We are pleased to announce the release of 0.21 and legacy version 0.16.
These releases fix an issue with their respective predecessors that prevent them from working. This issue stemmed from changing to the FUSE 2.6 API while not accounting for a difference in the way FUSE implements reads in new versions.
In addition, the 0.21 release adds support for Replay Gain in mp3 files, which adjusts the loudness according to tags stored in the FLAC files. It also fixes a couple issues with the track length tag and with long path names.
We are happy to announce the release of versions 0.15 and 0.20.
You probably want to know which you should get and what the difference is. In essence, if your version of FLAC is 1.1.4 or newer, use version 0.20. If you version of FLAC is older, use 0.15. For more information on this dichotomy, read under the Download section on our web page (http://mp3fs.sourceforge.net/#download).