gPodder 3.1.2 "Capture the Moon" released

Another month has passed, so it's once again time for your monthly fix of gPodder updates. This month brings mostly improvements to the translations, the Web UI and CLI / QML UI updates:
  • Web UI
    • Now based on JQuery Mobile
    • Add Episode details page
    • Streaming audio using HTML5 <audio>
  • Command Line UI ("gpo")
    • Fix line length calculation for byte strings (bug 1598)
  • QML UI / MeeGo Harmattan
    • Option to hide podcasts in Music app
    • Make episode list tool button wider
  • Tooling / setup.py
    • Allow "--help install" on command line
    • Manual page install path option (for easier FreeBSD packaging)
  • Translations and translation tooling
    • tools/i18n: Fix merge-from-transifex.sh script
    • New translations: Catalan, Spanish MX, Indonesian
    • Updated translations from Transifex
    • Updated German translation
As always, a detailed changelog is available at gpodder.org/changelog/3.1.2.

md5sum: a2076ff51beb2f99bf42f2b3c0cb756f
sha1sum: 3a567b2b2f33e1d5cc42787a44cb4add006b3fb4

For packages in distributions, see the downloads page.

Please note that the Desktop version of gPodder 3 does not yet contain the MP3 player syncing feature. This is also the reason why the Ubuntu PPA won't be updated to the 3.x releases yet. Users depending on MP3 player syncing are recommended to stay on gPodder 2.20.1 until we get MP3 player syncing into the 3.x releases. When MP3 player syncing lands in 3.x, we will start updating the Ubuntu PPA again. Ubuntu users not requiring the MP3 player sync feature can use gPodder 3 packages from Debian Experimental in the meantime. See this blog post for more information and add your use cases and offer for volunteering to this wiki page. Thanks for your help!

1 comment:

  1. I tried it out, and this newest release looks great! I'm using 2.20 because of syncing, so I can't wait for this to be in the Ubuntu PPA.


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