It was brought to my attention that the tarball for the libcoverart 1.0.0 release wasn’t built correctly, and contained files within a confusingly named subdirectory.
I’ve rebuilt the tarball, and made it available via GitHub as usual. Please note that as a result of this, the MD5 checksum of the tarball has changed. The file content of the archive is, however, unchanged.
The new tarball is available here: libcoverart-1.0.0.tar.gz (MD5 checksum: 856d83a4e57a2325c168eb979b9c00d8)
The MusicBrainz documentation page for the library was also updated to reflect this.
I have released a new version of libmusicbrainz. The main changes in this release are the removal of ‘non-free’ XML parsing code, replacing it with libxml2. N.B. Due to the ABI change, the soname of this library has been bumped. Existing applications will need to be recompiled against the new version. The following are the main changes in this release:
- Fix LMB-33 – Handle ‘ended’ element in ‘relation’
- Fix LMB-34 – Remove non-free XML parser and replace with libxml2
- Add support for cross-compilation and building out of tree
The release is available here: libmusicbrainz-5.1.0.tar.gz (MD5 checksum: 4cc5556aa40ff7ab8f8cb83965535bc3) Documentation for the new version is available under http://metabrainz.github.com/libmusicbrainz/
Regrettably, a couple of errors were found close to the release of v4.0.2 and v5.0.0. I have just released v4.0.3 and v5.0.1 with the following changes:
– Fix LMB-32 – Correctly ignore unrecognised nodes
– Don’t compile using -Werror when building from tarball
The releases are available:
(MD5 checksum: 19b43a543d338751e9dc524f6236892b)
(MD5 checksum: a0406b94c341c2b52ec0fe98f57cadf3)
Documentation for the new version is available under
Apologies to all for the need to make this release so soon after the last one.