'mocp --jump ...' doesn't have any effect


When mocp is launched and playing a track (from the current playlist or from my music dir), if I open a terminal and do, for example:

mocp -j 50%

I get the following output:

Jumping to: 169s. Total time is: 339s

But nothing happens (the track keep playing as if no action was requested).

(I'm using moc 2.5.0-alpha4 with ALSA).


Are you sure?

I am running Music On Console (version 2.5.0-alpha4), so to say the same version, but mocp -j 50% works fine.

Does it work when using mocp -j 0s (jump to the very beginning) or using any other time postition below t_max?

I build moc the following way:

mocp -V

This is : Music On Console
Version : 2.5.0-alpha4
Built : Sep 30 2011 22:53:20
Compiled with : OSS ALSA JACK internet streams resample
Author : Damian Pietras
Homepage : http://moc.daper.net/
E-Mail : daper@daper.net
Copyright : (C) 2003-2011 Damian Pietras and others
License : GNU General Public License, version 2 or later

Yes, he's sure -- but it's only for AAC files when decoding with FAAD2.
It appears that the FAAD2 library doesn't support seeking (as far as
I can see, anyway).