Le mercredi 11 juillet 2007 à 14:40 +0000, William Pitcock a écrit : > Architecturally, Audacious is much different than XMMS, it just sorta looks like > XMMS, which I think sends the wrong message, but whatever. The fact is that we > do not consider ourselves to be an XMMS clone or an XMMS replacement, and you > should strongly consider that before removing XMMS and providing a transitive > upgrade path to audacious. > > I'm not asking much, just some sort of notification telling users that the > "replacement" they are installing is not really a replacement to XMMS, and as > such some "features" are implemented in a drastically different way. Whether you like it or not, audacious is a playlist-based audio player with support for many audio formats and funny plugins. This description sounds much like XMMS, which is why it can be considered a good replacement. As a user, I don't care about the architecture being different (apart from the bugs gone away). -- .''`. : :' : We are debian.org. Lower your prices, surrender your code. `. `' We will add your hardware and software distinctiveness to `- our own. Resistance is futile.
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