Duration-based Plays

Another week, another new version of the Absolutely Baching Music Player (AMP to its friends). We move from 1.10 to 1.11… and the new release contains two basic new features being introduced!

First, a new run-time parameter is provided called ––artsize=xxx. The ‘xxx’ values permitted are ‘small’, ‘medium’ and ‘large’, with ‘medium’ being the default if the parameter is not supplied at all, or if

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Negation…

Another day, another new version of the AMP Player!

This one is a fairly minor release to version 1.10, bringing with it a new command line switch: ––negate and some miscellaneous and fairly minor bug-fixes.

Sounds exotic, perhaps, but it simply reverses the sense of the other four ‘override switches’ I added to AMP back in version 1.09.

In other words, if you’re happy saying ––genre=opera

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AMP – Updates

I last wrote about changes and updates to AMP (the Absolutely Baching Music Player), way back on January 10th.

I thought the start of a new month would be a good idea to catch up on them, particularly as the pace of AMP development is slowing down and the thing appears to have just about reached a final form I can live with!

So Version 1.03 (January 11th) introduced a new command-line switch that allows you to view the cumulative stored PLAYS table.

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