conf.cmdoption, "rt" open flag fixes, new unichr() alias, a cmd=
The favicon module has been rewritten, is now more consistent, quicker, and completely optionalizable as plugin.
New channel modules include: radio.net, reddit.com, Magnatune, ListenLive, etc.
Many bugfixes and minor changes were applied.
Full release notes: http://fossil.include-once.org/streamtuner2/technote/0d21658bcea8c68f25c38ff282402419fa0df336
Proper Changelog: http://fossil.include-once.org/streamtuner2/doc/trunk/NEWS
Still classified as beta release, because there wasn't any user feedback recently ;-!
There are a couple of new built-in channels in 2.1.8:
And the new User Plugin Manager allows easier installation of additional channel modules. Of which the project repository now contains:
Again some internal refactoring took place.
There has been lots of refactoring and bugfixes in the latest releases - without changing much of the interface or behaviour. It's still considered beta quality release, because of some crucial internal changes.
python2 streamtuner2.pyzfor testing or parallel use.
Streamtuner2 is an internet radio browser for various directory services.
Update 2.1.3-1 fixes the search dialog UI declaration for Gtk2 and Python2 (Gtk3 with Python3 was unaffected). Updates are further announced on http://freshcode.club/projects/streamtuner2
Streamtuner2 is an internet radio browser. It displays mp3 streaming stations by genre from SHOUTcast, live365, Xiph and Google directories.
Apart from the new logo, this release finally adds a nice search function. Context menus now make most station features available. Also there's now an editor for entries, and the bookmark handling was fixed, allows to delete radio stations.
Internel APIs have been simplified. And caching and settings data are now really stored in JSON format, even though that's slower. SHOUTcast category refreshing has been fixed. The redundant directory provider homepage button was removed.... read more
Streamtuner2 is an internet radio browser. It mimicks the older C-based StreamTuner, but is written in Python. It's a simplistic interface to browser directory services, music genres and MP3 streaming radio stations.
The beta release finally adds favicon support. Though it turned out not all radio stations have one.
Overall the application is more stable now, because it works around the Gtk+ threading problem. Shoutcast and Live365 browsing is fixed now, and even slightly faster than before.... read more