The latest version of OpenMPT has been released today. It has been more than one year since the first release of OpenMPT 1.19, so the list of bugfixes, changes and new features is incredibly long this time. Here is a short compilation of notable changes:
As you can see, the openmpt.org front page has changed quite a bit! The new custom theme should be easier and more fun to use.
One of the most notable changes is that the search box now points to the OpenMPT wiki, as there is not much interesting content on the front page that would be useful to search for.
Replacing the old and outdated XWiki, our new English OpenMPT Wiki has gone live today. The articles were written up and copied from Harbinger's Offline Help Manual since last year. Some pages (for example the Pattern Editor page) still need some work, so if you want to contribute, you are invited to write help text for this page or copy more text from the Offline Help Manual.
The Wiki pages have been written with the upcoming OpenMPT 1.20 in mind since OpenMPT 1.20 will come with a manual generated from those pages, so some of them contain information that is not applicable to OpenMPT 1.19.
Happy new year to all trackers!
We have now put online a page with OpenMPT Resources. It contains some information about tracker file formats (which is yet to be extended) and other interesting reads, not only for tracker developers but module music enthusiasts in general - like The MOD FAQ and the TraxWeekly newsletter archive. Have fun!
The latest version of OpenMPT has been released today. I decided to backport some important bug fixes from the code of the upcoming OpenMPT 1.20 to the OpenMPT 1.19 branch so that they are available for all users. Like the previous minor update, this build does not bring any new features, but focuses on some important bug fixes:
We are in the middle of setting up a new English OpenMPT Wiki. It will serve as a new knowledge base and form a basis for the new offline help documents that will eventually be included in the OpenMPT download package. Setting up a wiki is one thing, writing content is another. Luckily, the content has already been written - it's just in the wrong place. That's why we are asking for you help:
The latest version of OpenMPT has been released today. This build does not bring any big new features, but focuses on important stability improvements and bug fixes:
The latest version of OpenMPT has been released today. This is mostly a bugfix build, but it also comes with a few other improvements and new features:
For those of you who don't want to or can't install an IRC client, but still want to chat with us, there is a Web Chat gateway available now.