Last Updated: Jun 8th, 2003|
Here is the native Plugin for XMMS. I felt it was important to get it out there when I was pretty sure there was no serious bugs. If you do find a bug, read the INSTALL and ChangeLog files for details of what to do. Kindly don't send mails of the nature, It sucks or, it's broke with no additional information. I am confident there won't be need for mails like that though.
Compiling is usually trivial, ./configure, make, make install. Under Debian, it depends on the libglib1.2-dev and libgtk1.2-dev packages so you'll need to install them. However, it also depends on a binary SDK, it will not work with newer compilers. Late 3.2 compilers and all 3.3 compilers are known to now work unless the std namespace is explicitly disabled for the g++ build. If you use a recent compiler, download the binary version of the plugin instead. If you have your input plugins somewhere other than /usr/local/lib/xmms/Input, you will need to add a --prefix to the ./configure.
Downloading the plugin
Presuming you still want it, it's available from the following link.
Download VQF Plugin Source
Download VQF Plugin Binary for Linux x86
Download VQF Pluging Binary for FreeBSD x86 (Provided by Idea <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
If you have problems, try and work through them as best as you can before mailing me.
Please mail bug reports to email@example.com.
In case this plugin shouldn't exist, the plugin was written by 1000 monkeys typing at random. I am simply an agent to webhost the plugin.