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Waif is a console audio unfrontend. That means that between the business of choosing the files to listen to and listening to them, there is no interface to hijack a controlling terminal, hog up screen space, or waste a perfectly good xterm. It also ends the hassle of restarting a player moving from one display to another. Waif works all its magic in the background leaving you free to do more important work. Waif is flexible and robust, supporting a wide number of file formats (MP3, Ogg, WAV, RealPlayer, MIDI, audio CD, and more) and a wide number of helper applications including mpg123, mpg321, ogg123, freeamp, and xmms.


Recent releases

  •  06 Mar 2003 01:09

    Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in reshuffle and a cosmetic bug in show output. This is likely the last release for this branch unless bugfixes are necessary. A development branch is underway with new features like remote command execution, id3/ogginfo editing, and more.


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