Navi is a (work in progress) directory based music player. This application expects your music to be sorted by using a directory structure. Select your base music directory, and browse from there. Double click a directory to load its music files, and double click a file to play.
Also supports streaming audio.
It's still in an alpha stage, but pretty much usable (with some quirks though).
Current features include:
* GTK user interface
* Directory based music playing
* Play, pause, seek, stop, next and previous tracks (bit buggy)
* Tag reading
* Streaming audio (internet radio stations)
* System tray iconization (may have a buggy display)
* wxWidgets 2.8.10+
* GStreamer 0.10.30+
Because of its alpha stage, there's no pre-packaged version. To build the sources, you can install the following packages (giving you're on a Debian based system):
sudo apt-get install build-essential libgstreamer0.10-dev libwxgtk2.8-dev
Then invoke `make' on the given Makefile.
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