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mpdscribble 0.2.10-1
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New in 0.2.10:

  - Woops, I hadn't noticed David's mbid code only supported .mp3, I 
    just hacked in .ogg and .flac support in the most dirty fashion.


New in 0.2.9:

  - Thanks to David Nicolson mpdscribble now can submit musicbrainz ids. 


New in 0.2.8:

    I finally put together 0.2.8 based on suggestions and patches from 
    several people, so big thank yous for this release go to:

    David Morgan, Michal Nazarewicz, and Andrey Rahmatullin.

Changes:

  - There should be no crashes anymore when mpd is not available for a while.

  - Will submit tracks longer 30 minutes now.

  - Better libsoup and related library detection in ./configure.

  - cosmetic fixes for the logfile (date added, some extra newlines removed).

New in 0.2.5:
     
  - just a few minor bug fixes and cosmetic changes, there is no need
    to upgrade if 0.2.4 is working fine for you.  check the ChangeLog
    for details.


New in 0.2.4:

  - includes manpage written by: Trevor Caira


New in 0.2.3:

  - autotools build system, see the README for details.

  - empty album tag segfault bug fix.


New in 0.2.2:

  - setting a password as part of MPD_HOST should work now.

New in 0.2.1:

  - easier system-wide install.
     
  - please note that the  configuration, log and cache filenames have
    changed.


Things changed in 0.2.0 as opposed to 0.1.x:

  - replaced libcurl with libsoup, _hopefully_ this will eliminate
    the segfaults many of you were experiencing.

  - tries to reconnect to mpd when the connection is lost.

  - doesn't log sensitive information.

  - some configuration options can be set on the commandline.