Where can I obtain a copy of the config file for 2.5.0-alpha4?

I installed MOCP via the Debian repository and I absolutely love it. Plays CD quality FLAC files back flawlessly and gapless. I also love the ability to detach the interface from the server. I was blown away by the fact that I could start playing a song, leave the interface, start up my desktop environment, then start mocp in a terminal emulator, all without losing a second of music-listening.

I would love to be able to tweak some of the settings, but the repository version didn't include the config file or sample config file. If anyone could direct me to this it would be greatly appreciated. Also, I read something in the man page about themes. If anyone has any information on how to write/obtain/implement themes for mocp it would be greatly appreciated.

mocp -V results:
This is : Music On Console
Version : 2.5.0-alpha4
Built : Feb 26 2012 15:43:51
Compiled with : OSS ALSA JACK DEBUG 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

An example theme file with a exhaustive description is included (themes/example_theme)...

The "config.example" file should have been included (somewhere) in the Debian package, but I'll send one to you by e-mail.

Maybe I'm checking the wrong directory. The directory I've been looking for MOC-related files in is ~/.moc . This is all I can find there:

seth@The-Leviathan:~$ cd .moc;ls -a
. .. cache equalizer last_directory softmixer
seth@The-Leviathan:~/.moc$ cd cache;ls -a
. .. __db.001 __db.002 __db.003 __db.004 moc_version_tag tags.db

Also, thanks for sending me the config file. I'll see what I can do with it here in a minute.


Ah. Fantastic! Thank you, sir.

Now I've got all the directories I needed:


I found the themes folder... it was hiding over in the /usr/share folder. Mystery solved.