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“mpd” 0.16.5-1ubuntu4 source package in Ubuntu

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mpd (0.16.5-1ubuntu4) precise; urgency=low

  * debian/source_mpd.py
    - Added apport hook to include user configuration file. (LP: #947551)
 -- Ronny Cardona <email address hidden>   Wed, 07 Mar 2012 18:03:12 -0600

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Uploaded by:
Ronny Cardona on 2012-03-16
Sponsored by:
Daniel Holbach
Uploaded to:
Precise
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Component:
universe
Architectures:
any
Section:
sound
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Raring release on 2012-10-18 universe sound
Quantal release on 2012-04-26 universe sound
Precise release on 2012-03-16 universe sound

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mpd_0.16.5.orig.tar.gz 642.8 KiB 5fb4c97623eca26d2d8b968868e2f13f
mpd_0.16.5-1ubuntu4.diff.gz 20.8 KiB cd3e5bebea7c55adcc80b97fec29fbc2
mpd_0.16.5-1ubuntu4.dsc 1.8 KiB 2faa62dc7bd45d9a40eb13ba826cb1d2

Binary packages built by this source

mpd: Music Player Daemon

 Music Player Daemon (MPD) is a server that allows remote access for
 playing audio files (Ogg-Vorbis, FLAC, MP3, Wave, and AIFF), streams
 (Ogg-Vorbis, MP3) and managing playlists. Gapless playback, buffered
 output, and crossfading support is also included. The design focus is
 on integrating a computer into a stereo system that provides control
 for music playback over a TCP/IP network. The goals are to be easy to
 install and use, to have minimal resource requirements (it has been
 reported to run fine on a Pentium 75), and to remain stable and
 flexible.
 .
 The daemon is controlled through a client which need not run on the
 same computer mpd runs on. The separate client and server design
 allows users to choose a user interface that best suites their tastes
 independently of the underlying daemon (this package) which actually
 plays music.

mpd-dbg: Music Player Daemon debugging symbols

 Music Player Daemon (MPD) is a server that allows remote access for
 playing audio files (Ogg-Vorbis, FLAC, MP3, Wave, and AIFF), streams
 (Ogg-Vorbis, MP3) and managing playlists. Gapless playback, buffered
 output, and crossfading support is also included. The design focus is
 on integrating a computer into a stereo system that provides control
 for music playback over a TCP/IP network. The goals are to be easy to
 install and use, to have minimal resource requirements (it has been
 reported to run fine on a Pentium 75), and to remain stable and
 flexible.
 .
 The daemon is controlled through a client which need not run on the
 same computer mpd runs on. The separate client and server design
 allows users to choose a user interface that best suites their tastes
 independently of the underlying daemon (this package) which actually
 plays music.
 .
 This package contains the debugging symbols.