Serenity Audio Player
Serenity Audio Player is a simple, clean and lightweight audio player. It uses Windows codecs without a hefty interface.
This software is licensed under the terms of the GPL Version 2 license.
- Latest stable precompiled Binary (with MiniCRT)
- serenity.exe (version 3.4.1, 47.5 Kb, last updated 16 Jul 2017)
- Latest stable self-installer (with MiniCRT)
- serenity-installer.exe (version 3.4.1, 57.1 Kb, last updated 16 Jul 2017)
- Latest stable source code
- serenity-source.zip (version 3.4.1, 62.2 Kb, last updated 16 Jul 2017)
- Latest development precompiled binary (with MiniCRT)
- serenity.exe (version 220.127.116.117062501, 47.5 Kb, last updated 25 Jun 2017)
- Latest development self-installer (with MiniCRT)
- serenity-installer.exe (version 18.104.22.1687062501, 58.2 Kb, last updated 25 Jun 2017)
- Latest development source code
- serenity-source.zip (version 22.214.171.1247062501, 62.2 Kb, last updated 25 Jun 2017)
- Older versions
- See the archive page.
To run Serenity binaries, you need Windows NT 4 or newer. Note that Windows 95/98/Me are not supported by these binaries.
To compile from source, you need Visual C++, version 4 or newer.
- Open a command prompt to your version of Visual C++ and set up your environment.
- Unpack and enter the serenity source tree.
- Most of the time, just run "nmake".
Compilation options can be used by passing arguments to NMAKE.
|DEBUG=||Enable debug code. Valid values are 0 (disabled) or 1 (enabled.) Default is 0.|
|MINICRT=||Compile against Minicrt rather than Msvcrt. Valid values are 0 (disabled) or 1 (enabled.) If 1, minicrt.h and minicrt.lib must be in %INCLUDE% and %LIB% respectively. An alternative way to use Minicrt is to extract it into a crt subdirectory within the serenity directory, and it will be used automatically. Default is 0.|
|MSVCRT_DLL=||Compile against the shared, DLL C runtime library, or the static version. Valid values are 0 (static C runtime), or 1 (shared C runtime.) Default is 1.|
|UNICODE=||Compile a Unicode or ANSI version of the binary. Unicode is more useful on NT, but ANSI is required to run on Windows 95. Valid values are 1 (Unicode) or 0 (ANSI.) Default is 1.|