If you’ve only been following the blog updates then it looks like I’ve not done much since the last update in April 2019 but that’s not the case with 14 beta builds (some of which where quite substantial!) & half of those also being released as preview builds between late August & mid-October.
Things have slowed down a bit on builds since mid-October due to some of the work that’s been going on to replace more of Winamp for WACUP provided features which has been somewhat of a rabbit hole (e.g. file association & some video related aspects).
However the delay should be worth it plus it’s given me time to make more sense of the automatically uploaded crash reports that now get provided (which has been enabled since preview build 188.8.131.5212 & has slowed down development in monitoring & resolving them but it’s worth it for longer term stability improvements).
As I’m currently doing a bit of site related maintenance which some might have already noticed from the slight colour scheme change last week, I’ve just updated the software used for the blog I thought it best to post something to help check it still works (you never know with updates ;) ). The community forum will also hopefully receive some updates before the end of the month along with a possible theme restyle to fit in with the newer colour scheme.
As I’m getting back into the swing of things with WACUP development after the past 2 & bit months being somewhat up in the air (see here) I thought I’d at least put up a copy of the current changelog for the development build as I’ve realised I’ve done more than I thought (though not enough compared to where I would ideally have liked to have been but that’s life for you).
For anyone wondering why there’s not been a new WACUP build or updates since the end of January, a number of personal issues have arisen & it’s massively hindered development progress. Things however should return to normal in April (I hope) as there are a number of changes done already along with some waiting to be finished which should resolve some of the long standing complaints against Winamp/WACUP.
It finally happened and WACUP saw the release of its first public preview build to help start off 2019 to a hopefully brighter tone than 2018 had at times. The availability of the preview build comes almost 3 years since WACUP began and which has seen its ups and downs over that time (which I’ll probably document when the anniversary happens) along with some naysayers that it’d never actually appear but it did.