Today I’m releasing a preview version of Alarm 3.5.8. This version includes tons of cleaning up and refactoring and a couple of new features. More on them during the official release. You can get the Release Candidate on the Downloads page.
So I spent most of today working on Alarm 3.5.8, which is coming along nicely. Most of the time was spent refactoring leftover code from v3 or v3.1 as well as just plain terrible code that exists for v3.5 only. Also in 3.5.8, there is a great new feature coming that one of my friends […]
Ok, I’m not perfect. Alarm 3.5.7 was released today to fix a regression I introduced in 3.5.6. Whoops.
Today, I’m releasing Alarm 3.5.6. Download it from the website or from the auto-update service. This version contains 5 theme refreshes which should make them a bit easier to use. Also, it contains about 2-3 bug fixes for bugs which have been there for a while.
If you haven’t realized it, I released Alarm 3.5.5 on February 27. Download it.
I have many, many things to do this week. Just though I’d get it written down. -Get an eye exam and new glasses -Clean up the room and car -Sell some stuff on eBay -Buy Halo Wars -Get my two computers ready to be sold -Release Alarm 3.5.5 and begin working on 3.6 -Get the […]
Ok, Alarm 3.5.4 is code-complete and I’m planning on releasing it on Friday (or sooner) depending on any regressions or other bugs I find during the next few days. This version contains more bug fixes than I’d like to admit to, but here are the major ones: -Random playlist was not properly reordered after adding […]
In Alarm 3.5.3, I have fixed about 7 bugs and added a new feature. I also added about 10 themes. Also, as of today, Alarm 3.1 is no longer supported to be auto-updated to 3.5. There are way too many files to update every time I release a new version. If you’re using 3.1, you […]
I should be releasing 3.5.2 this weekend with a playlist update and a single bug fix. Check for updates on Sunday.
Ok, so today I released Alarm 3.5.1 which includes 2 bug fixes and a new feature called “Quick Alarm”. This version also adds support for unprotected wma files. Go get it!