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What about older versions of foobar?

That program has also come a long way
[a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=332842"][{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]


OMG that would be great

Has anyone collected old versions of it? Maybe Peter?
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Reply #126
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What about older versions of foobar?

That program has also come a long way
[a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=332842"][{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]


OMG that would be great

Has anyone collected old versions of it? Maybe Peter?
[a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=332845"][{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]


Peter for sure.

Maybe you can talk him into that.

I have been using foobar2000 since its appearence almost three years ago, but I don't remember much how it was (on the inside, of course, the outside has barely changed)
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Reply #127
I have these if you are interested:

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2003-02-17  09:48              624ÿ632 foobar043.exe
2003-02-27  09:32              730ÿ246 foobar053.exe
2003-03-03  09:43              736ÿ286 foobar054.exe
2003-03-04  13:06              739ÿ483 foobar055.exe
2003-03-06  08:38              738ÿ896 foobar056.exe
2003-03-07  13:04              738ÿ941 foobar056a.exe
2003-03-10  13:20              741ÿ253 foobar057.exe
2003-03-14  09:23              769ÿ537 foobar058.exe
2003-03-17  09:46              772ÿ970 foobar0586.exe
2003-04-24  08:21              973ÿ248 foobar06.exe
2003-05-05  08:56              928ÿ238 foobar061a.exe
2003-05-12  16:18              927ÿ917 foobar062a.exe
2003-06-02  15:17            1ÿ083ÿ795 foobar0667.exe
2003-09-23  09:04            1ÿ129ÿ424 foobar07.exe
2003-10-13  10:07            2ÿ327ÿ787 foobar071_special.exe
2003-10-31  08:54            2ÿ323ÿ209 foobar072_special.exe
2003-11-13  11:53            2ÿ404ÿ997 foobar073a_special.exe
2003-11-10  09:55            2ÿ353ÿ349 foobar073_special.exe
2003-11-24  09:56            2ÿ370ÿ757 foobar074_special.exe
2003-12-08  10:46            1ÿ846ÿ095 foobar075_special.exe
2003-12-18  15:23            1ÿ863ÿ513 foobar076_special.exe
2004-01-04  15:44            1ÿ941ÿ014 foobar077a_special.exe
2004-01-14  07:38            1ÿ967ÿ830 foobar077b_special.exe
2003-09-04  16:16            1ÿ117ÿ111 foobar07rc11.exe
2003-09-08  14:07            1ÿ119ÿ034 foobar07rc13.exe
2003-09-17  15:34            1ÿ148ÿ117 foobar07rc15.exe
2003-09-19  16:51            1ÿ127ÿ474 foobar07rc16.exe
2003-08-25  15:13            1ÿ110ÿ956 foobar07rc5.exe
2003-08-28  15:29            1ÿ108ÿ417 foobar07rc7.exe
2003-08-29  17:09            1ÿ114ÿ903 foobar07rc8.exe
2003-09-25  09:22            2ÿ231ÿ362 foobar07_special.exe
2004-04-08  19:53            2ÿ182ÿ859 foobar081_special.exe
2004-05-17  17:30            2ÿ193ÿ604 foobar082_special.exe
2004-07-29  20:25            2ÿ495ÿ539 foobar083_special.exe
2004-02-26  09:24            2ÿ148ÿ055 foobar08_special.exe

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Reply #128
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I have these if you are interested:[a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=333320"][{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]


Oh, I'm surely interested!

Friends at the IRC channel (Zao and foosion) already sent me those:

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foobar053.exe
foobar2000_0.667.exe
foobar2000_0.7.1_special.exe
foobar2000_0.7.2_special.exe
foobar2000_0.7.3_special.exe
foobar2000_0.7.4_special.exe
foobar2000_0.7.5_special.exe
foobar2000_0.7.6_special.exe
foobar2000_0.7.7a_special.exe
foobar2000_0.7_special.exe
foobar2000_0.8.1_special.exe
foobar2000_0.8.2_special.exe
foobar2000_0.8.3_case.exe
foobar2000_0.8.3_case_20041020.exe
foobar2000_0.8_special.exe


So, please send me whatever you have that isn't in that list. If you can, upload somewhere and send me the links. If not, mail them to me at rjamorim@yahoo.com, in batches of at most 5Mb.

Thank-you very much!

Regards;

Roberto.
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Reply #129
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I have these if you are interested:[a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=333320"][{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]
Oh, I'm surely interested!

So, please send me whatever you have that isn't in that list.[a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=333337"][{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]

I remember using 0.3x series    I´ll search at home.

edit: 0.35, 0.39 and 0.41 for windows 9x. sending by e-mail right now.
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Reply #130
For some reason I couldn't send you a PM... Well never mind, here you go:
http://www.kronborg.nu/foobar2000.7z

Regards
/Janne

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Reply #131
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For some reason I couldn't send you a PM... Well never mind, here you go:
http://www.kronborg.nu/foobar2000.7z[a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=333354"][{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]


My inbox was full. Sorry

I cleaned it up now.

Very huge thanks!
  • Last Edit: 10 October, 2005, 03:33:36 PM by rjamorim
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Reply #132
That explains a lot. I tried to contact you about helping out with thte bandwidth consumption at rarewares. I sent an email to you through the control panel.
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Reply #133
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That explains a lot. I tried to contact you about helping out with thte bandwidth consumption at rarewares. I sent an email to you through the control panel.
[a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=333359"][{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]


Yes, I got it, will reply ASAP.

Thanks
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Reply #134
Thank-you very much for all the submitted foobar2000 versions!

I just made a quick update to RRW, adding the foobar page and article to it, and a hidden surprise

Enjoy!

Regards;

Roberto.
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Reply #135
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Thank-you very much for all the submitted foobar2000 versions!

I just made a quick update to RRW, adding the foobar page and article to it, and a hidden surprise

Enjoy!

Regards;

Roberto.
[a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=334394"][{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]

Can we have a little clue as to how we might find this surprise?
we was young an' full of beans

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Reply #136
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Can we have a little clue as to how we might find this surprise?[a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=334455"][{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]


Nope. It is a somewhat illegal surprise, and I want to keep it very low profile.

It would only be of interest to people that know how to program, anyway [a href="http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=3670&view=findpost&p=36304" target="_blank"][/a]
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Reply #137
Version: 0.43 is listed twice.

I think you need some kind of intervention to deal with your obvious table addiction.
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I think you need some kind of intervention to deal with your obvious table addiction.[a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=334478"][{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]


I can't believe this...


Are you saying I need intervention because my site uses too many tables?

Damn, dude, there are more wholesome things to worry about in this world!
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Reply #139
Yeah, there are. It was just an off-hand comment from a nit-picky bastard.
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Reply #140
Damn! I just tried the earlier version of fb2k. It has come a LOOONG way.
It was so... for a lack of a better word... plain.

Brought me back some very good memories.
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Reply #141
Hello, I was on the Really Rarewares Programs page. The link to 'glossary' from there is dead.

I get this message-page:

"Multiple Choices
The document name you requested (/rrw/glossary.html) could not be found on this server. However, we found documents with names similar to the one you requested.
Available documents:

/rrw/glossary.gif (common basename)
Please consider informing the owner of the referring page about the broken link. "

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Reply #142
usually i don't check this thread. I have a pretty nice collection of old fb2k.
313 Mo , 214 files (mainly updates of case's special installer with new foo_components) :  http://mongras.free.fr/fb2k.xls (with MD5, size & date)

I'm sure i've a few more files on old HDD, CD/DVD. I'll search next week.

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Reply #144
We have an update! At last!



@Thundik81: Sorry for the delay. I'll upload your foobars... erm... "soon" :B
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Reply #145
Roberto, the Brasilian Desperado! 

Until you get a letter from his lawyer, KM is just frothing at the mouth.  If he had a lawyer, the first thing the lawyer would tell KM to do would be to shut up.  Lawyers do not like to practice law alongside of an unlicensed idiot, even if the idiot is paying the bills.   

Bobby, I have a lot of fb2k from 0.6 forward.  Let me know if you need or want any. 

Ciao 
Nov schmoz kapop.

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Reply #146
Until you get a letter from his lawyer, KM is just frothing at the mouth.  If he had a lawyer, the first thing the lawyer would tell KM to do would be to shut up.  Lawyers do not like to practice law alongside of an unlicensed idiot, even if the idiot is paying the bills.   


Dude, I fight lawyers from Dolby, the RIAA and On2 on a monthly basis! Madsen can go sodomize himself (and his hypothetical lawyers) with a retractable baton for all that I care.

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Bobby, I have a lot of fb2k from 0.6 forward.  Let me know if you need or want any.


I want anything that is not there yet!
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Reply #147
Madsen can go sodomize himself (and his hypothetical lawyers) with a retractable baton for all that I care.


Shades of The Pirate Bay, no?

What's the beef with KM then?

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Reply #148
Shades of The Pirate Bay, no?


Anakata rocks

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What's the beef with KM then?


Just read this same thread, some 2-3 pages ago, and you'll understand...
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Reply #149
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Duration would be from the earliest codec in your list to the newest in the list.  One side of the timeline could have marks for each codec's initial release, then, not a notation for every subsequent version of it, but perhaps milestones could be shown.  The other side of the timeline could mark specific encoding functions that made the codecs possible, or enhanced their performance, such as Huffman encoding, Fast Fourier Transform, DCT and MDCT, and so forth (forgive my lack of knowledge of these details, but someone with such knowledge would obviously be better qualified to fill in this info).

Hrm... Problem is, I don't know anything about dates when these algorithms (DCT, Huffman, Fourier...) were created. We would need some sort of guru to come out with all that information.


Huffman: [Huffman52] Huffman, D. A. A method for the construction of minimum-redundancy codes. Proceedings of the I.R.E., 40(9):1098{1101, September 1952.

MDCT: [John P. Princen86] John P. Princen, A. B. B. Analysis/synthesis filter bank design ba-
sed on time domain aliasing cancellation. IEEE TRANSACTIONS
ON ACOUSTICS, SPEECH, AND SIGNAL PROCESSING, ASSP-
34(5):1153{1161, 1986.

The FFT is just a fast algorithm of the DFT, developed by Cooley-Tukey in the 60s.
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