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Used for submitting your songs to Last.FM/Audioscrobber. xmms2-scrobbler is an XMMS2 client, written in ruby, using the "event-loop" gem, compatible with the Audioscrobbler Realtime Submission Protocol (v1.2).
Abraca is a GTK2 client for the XMMS2 music player. It is designed with collections in mind, which makes managing your music a breeze.
Esperanza is an XMMS2 client written with C++ / Qt4 and aims to be cross-platform goodness for everyone.
projectM is an advanced music visualizer with OpenGL acceleration orginally based on Ryan Geiss's Milkdrop. It currently supports Linux, Windows, and OSX.
gxmms2 is a GTK2 based XMMS2 client, written in C. Its main window is small and simple. It includes a playlist editor and a file details dialog. This program is free software released under the terms of the GPLv2 (GNU General Public License Version 2).
Remuco is a duplex remote control system for Linux media players and mobile devices equipped with Bluetooth or WiFi. With Remuco, you can remotely control your favorite media player. You can switch to the next, previous, or any other media within the current playlist, browse your media library and ... [More]
Promoe is a client for the XMMS2 music player. Promoe looks like XMMS and it's target audience are XMMS users.
trat stands for Tail Recursive Acronym: TRAT. trat is an emacs frontend for xmms2 that in turn uses the default command-line client. trat allows you to play songs, view the playlist, search the media library, anything you can do with the command line client --- from within Emacs.
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