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Uploaded mpg321 0.2.1 (sparc) to ftp-master

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Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2001 02:29:25 -0400
Source: mpg321
Binary: mpg321
Architecture: sparc
Version: 0.2.1
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Debian/sparc Build Daemon <buildd@sparc.debian.org>
Changed-By: Joe Drew <drew@debian.org>
 mpg321     - A Free command-line mp3 player, compatible with mpg123
Closes: 113294 114136
 mpg321 (0.2.1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Made output when files with no path in the filename were printed
     conform to mpg123 (print a newline after mpg123 blurb)
     (Closes: Bug#114136)
   * Made remote control (-R) print only the filename, minus the extension
     (if one exists), as documented
   * Made mpg321 continue if there was a playlist specified but no
     files on the command-line (Closes: Bug#113294)
   * Concatenated the directory specified for the playlist with the files
     within the playlist itself, as long as the file wasn't specified with
     an absolute path
   * Added and changed header inclusion for BSDs - Patch by Christian Weisgerber
   * Changed calc_length to use unbuffered I/O only; buffered/unbuffered mix
     is undefined on some libcs - Patch by Christian Weisgerber
   * Initialized remote control file in playlist structure on creation -
     caused a segfault on FreeBSD/Alpha. Thanks for all of these, Christian!
   * Changed the string "single-channel" to "mono" in regular output, to
     conform with mpg123.
   * Rewrote README file
   * Added --skip-printing-frames= option, to limit output verbosity
   * Made playing multiple files with different numbers of channels or
     play rates work properly
   * Now using a new, experimental, extremely high quality dithering routine
     from the ever-brilliant Rob Leslie. Sound quality from mpg321 has
     never been better.
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