Well, as XM is limited compared to the possibilities XRNS offers, there’s no XM-Export available anyway. Even the import is some sort of “there’s one but it is not very useful” because XM and RNS are completely different.
If you want to have 100% FT2 compatibility you should check out http://www.milkytracker.net/ but keep in mind you won’t have VST, nifty effects and other advantages renoise has.
Modplug is the one I’m going to use. So why do I want to use XM as opposed to the other possibilities offered here? Well, I’m a computergame music composer and the Nintendo DS is incredibly limited. It either takes it’s native format, or…XM. So as much as I think renoise looks, feels and works brilliantly, it doesn’t do the job I need it to, alas.
Thanks for all your input though ladies and gents.
029 is right… i remeber too that XMplay was quite accurate but not 100%, especially with pitch slides etc. I havent used XMplay in ages though (after i made a switch to renoise from impulse tracker) its quite possible that things are different now with XMplay.