msvcp80.dll and msvcr80.dll are needed if you want to run an executable by somebody compiling with Visual Studio 2005. I did not have these two libraries and Google didn't direct me the right way either. Thomas Schweitzer — the author of UniversalIndentGUI — knew where to find them: These two files can be found inside the Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Package which — if not already installed — requires the Windows Installer 3.x Redistributable to run its installer.
I am currently working on internally redesigning Plainamp. This process will take a lot more time so the next release will not be in too near future. I hope the redesign will make it possible to introduce multiple playlist support in the next release.
I extended Nicolai Syvertsen's NxS BigClock Winamp Plugin for a freeze feature. The full changelog entry is:
- Time display can be disabled to have visualization only
- Current time mode made unselectable in menu
- Small speed improvement
- Winamp shutdown improved in the installer
- Window position can now be locked (similar to gen_freeze)
- Config dialog bug fixed
Here is a screenshot of what Winamp can look like with NxS BigClock:
I rewrote the engine of the Freeze Winamp Plugin: Changing the settings no longer requires restarting Winamp and by holding CTRL when clicking you can now move frozen windows.
I recently worked on a new DSP plugin for Winamp using the Freeverb algorithm by Jeremy Wakefield. It is now ready for public eyes so grab a copy and see what it can do for your music.
Plainamp 0.2.3 has just been released. This release mainly fixes a few bugs.
For people using NSIS or Inno Setup with Programmer's Notepad 2 life is a little prettier now with these two schemes I finished some time ago:
The former was derived from the SciTE property file, the latter is the fixed and extended version of the scheme file from the latest PN2 release.
I ejected an Audio-CD playing with Winamp by mistake and thought it would be nice to have the drive door locked automatically. So I wrote gen_autolock which has done a good job for me so far. GPL'd source is included. Download it from here: gen_autolock_20060321.zip .
Note: As I understood MSDN the function used to lock the drive door is not supported on Win9x.