New in version 2.5.0

November 8th, 2012
  • The main features in this release are CUE sheet support, cdio input plugin, support for WavPack correction files, and a new Ā«zenburnĀ» color scheme.
  • Tab completion, tag parsing, and compilation handling have been improved.

New in version 2.4.2 (July 25th, 2011)

  • This maintenance release contains several important bug and build fixes; everyone is encouraged to upgrade.

New in version 2.4.1 (May 27th, 2011)

  • Several crashes, misbehaviors, and build issues are fixed compared to 2.4.0. Everyone is encouraged to upgrade.

New in version 2.4.0 (April 26th, 2011)

  • Compared to 2.3.x, cmus 2.4.0 features live filtering, mutt-like short filters, resume support, smarter string handling, long format options (including ones for bitrate/codec), HTTP proxy support, less CPU wakeups during playback, new RoarAudio output plugin, support for big-endian systems, and lots of different new audio sample formats.

New in version 2.4.0 RC0 (April 11th, 2011)

  • Lots of changes were made to cmus' internals.
  • Three features really stand out for end-users: live filtering, the ability to resume playback on startup, and long format options, including new %{codec} and %{bitrate}.

New in version 2.3.5 (April 11th, 2011)

  • Several serious (but rarely encountered) issues have been fixed.
  • cmus is now usable on big-endian machines (such as some OpenWrt boxes).
  • Everyone is encouraged to upgrade.

New in version 2.3.4 (February 11th, 2011)

  • This version features an ability to restore the playback volume after restart (when using PulseAudio output plugin), APE files support (using the FFMPEG input plugin), better cross-compiling support, and a handful of bugfixes. Everybody is encouraged to upgrade.

New in version 2.3.1 (March 14th, 2010)

  • Among other things, this release features gapless MP3 playback, native PulseAudio support, faster startup, and much improved compilations handling.

New in version 2.3.0 (March 2nd, 2010)

  • Among other features, this release includes gapless MP3 playback, native PulseAudio support, and much improved compilations handling.