bmpc - The BASH Music Player Daemon (MPD) Client
What is bmpc?
bmpc is a Music Player Daemon (MPD) written in BASH. It uses a BASH socket to connect over TCP to your MPD server and executes commands with a nice output.
How do I get bmpc?
As of right now, the only way to get bmpc is by cloning in this git repository at https://github.com/KittyKatt/bmpc.git .
How to run bmpc
To run bmpc, open a terminal and cd to the cloned git repository
directory. Then, just
./bmpc COMMAND to use it. Alternatively,
you can move bmpc into your $PATH somewhere and use it without the
./ for current directory execution.
Here's the current output of
help | -h | --help Display this help. next Jump to next song on playlist. prev Jump to previous song on playlist. pause Pause current playback. stop Stop current playback. play Resume playback from stop or pause. toggle Toggles between play|pause/stop. Useful for keybindings. current Shows information on currently playing song. rm SONGID Removes song with id SONGID from the playlist. rm current Removes the currently playing song from the playlist. set Displays various settings about the MPD server. set random Toggles random playback. set repeat Toggles repeat behavior on playback. --host HOST Specify MPD_HOST. --nocolor Specify bmpc to use no colors.
If you would like to suggest something new, inform me of an issue in the
script, become part of the project, or talk to me about anything else,
you can either email me at
kittykattATkittykattDOTus or you can connect
to Rizon and chat with me at irc://chat.rizon.net/me0wz