Internet radio browser GUI for music/video streams from various directory services.

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User & Date: mario on 2016-11-13 22:38:54
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2016-11-14
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Remove WindowsMedia from docs. check-in: 88e3ee3b66 user: mario tags: trunk
2016-11-13
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Rename wmplayer example. check-in: 8afbb98cc4 user: mario tags: trunk
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Filter "status: obsolete" plugins. check-in: 0d662ebc39 user: mario tags: trunk
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Modified help/config_apps.page from [9a92e71277] to [98b4faa213].

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		<tr><td><p><app>Audacious</app></p></td>     <td><p><cmd>audacious</cmd></p></td>  <td><p>audio</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>XMMS2</app></p></td>         <td><p><cmd>xmms2 %m3u</cmd></p></td>      <td><p>audio</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>Amarok</app></p></td>        <td><p><cmd>amarok -l %pls</cmd></p></td>  <td><p>audio</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>Exaile</app></p></td>        <td><p><cmd>exaile</cmd></p></td>     <td><p>audio</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>mplayer</app></p></td>       <td><p><cmd>mplayer %srv</cmd></p></td>    <td><p>console</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>VLC</app></p></td>           <td><p><cmd>vlc %u</cmd></p></td>          <td><p>video</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>Totem</app></p></td>         <td><p><cmd>totem %u</cmd></p></td>        <td><p>video</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>Media Player</app></p></td>  <td><p><cmd>mplayer2.exe %asx</cmd></p></td>  <td><p>Win32</p></td></tr>
	</table>

	<p>Some audio players open a second instance when you actually want to switch radios.
	In this case it's a common workaround to write <code>pkill vlc ; vlc %u</code> instead,
	which ends the previous player process and starts it anew.
        For VLC there's however also the <code>--one-instance</code> option, which sometimes
        works better. (And sometimes not.)</p>







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		<tr><td><p><app>Audacious</app></p></td>     <td><p><cmd>audacious</cmd></p></td>  <td><p>audio</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>XMMS2</app></p></td>         <td><p><cmd>xmms2 %m3u</cmd></p></td>      <td><p>audio</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>Amarok</app></p></td>        <td><p><cmd>amarok -l %pls</cmd></p></td>  <td><p>audio</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>Exaile</app></p></td>        <td><p><cmd>exaile</cmd></p></td>     <td><p>audio</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>mplayer</app></p></td>       <td><p><cmd>mplayer %srv</cmd></p></td>    <td><p>console</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>VLC</app></p></td>           <td><p><cmd>vlc %u</cmd></p></td>          <td><p>video</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>Totem</app></p></td>         <td><p><cmd>totem %u</cmd></p></td>        <td><p>video</p></td></tr>
		<tr><td><p><app>Media Player</app></p></td>  <td><p><cmd>wmplayer.exe %asx</cmd></p></td>  <td><p>Win32</p></td></tr>
	</table>

	<p>Some audio players open a second instance when you actually want to switch radios.
	In this case it's a common workaround to write <code>pkill vlc ; vlc %u</code> instead,
	which ends the previous player process and starts it anew.
        For VLC there's however also the <code>--one-instance</code> option, which sometimes
        works better. (And sometimes not.)</p>