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(in-package :shuffletron)
(defun print-usage-message ()
(format t "Usage: shuffletron [options]
--profile name Use alternate library/profile
--list List available profiles
--version Display program version
--help Display this message
"))
(defun print-help ()
(format t "
Shuffletron is a text-mode music player oriented around search and
tagging. Its principle of operation is simple: search for songs, then
play them. Searches are performed by typing a / followed by the search
string:
library> /chromeo
fa 0 Chromeo, She's In Control, 10: Ah Oui Comme Ca
fa 1 \"........................\" 1: My And My Man
fa 2 \"........................\" 2: Needy Girl
fa 3 \"........................\" 3: You're So Gangsta
fa 4 \"........................\" 4: Woman Friend
fa 5 \"........................\" 7: Since You Were Gone
fa 6 \"........................\" 8: Way Too Much
fa 7 \"........................\" 9: Mercury Tears
f b 8 DJ Mehdi, I Am Somebody featuring Chromeo, 2: I Am Somebody (Montreal Version)
9 matches>
If ID3 tags are present, songs are presented in the following form:
Artist, [Album,] [Track:] Title
Although not shown above, artist names are color coded red, album
names yellow, and song titles white. In successive lines with the
same artist or album and artist, the redundant fields are elided. If
ID3 information on the artist and title is not available, the filename
is printed instead.
In the leftmost column is some subset of the letters 'f', 'a', 'b',
and 't'. These indicate which fields matched the query string, as
follows:
f: Filename
a: Artist
b: Album
t: Title
Following this is a column of numbers, starting from zero. These allow
you to choose songs to play as comma (or space) delimited numbers or
ranges of numbers. If the song is already in the queue, the number is
highlighted in bold white text. Here, I decide to play song 8 then 0-3
by entering this at the prompt:
9 matches> 8, 0-3
The currently playing song is interrupted, and the chosen songs are
added to the head of the playback queue. To see the contents of the
queue, use the 'queue' command:
9 matches> queue
(0) Chromeo, She's In Control, 10: Ah Oui Comme Ca
(1) \"........................\" 1: My And My Man
(2) \"........................\" 2: Needy Girl
(3) \"........................\" 3: You're So Gangsta
Notice that the prompt changed from \"library>\" to \"\9 matches>\"
after our initial search. Successive searches refine the result of
previous searches, and the prompt indicates the number of items you're
currently searching within. If there had been more than 50 matches,
they would not be printed by default, but you could use the 'show'
command at any time to print them. Also note that the 'queue' command
doesn't disrupt the current search results (this is why numbering in
the queue listing is surrounded with parentheses, to indicate that
entering numbers for playback does not refer to them).
To add songs to the queue without interrupting the current song,
prefix the song list with \"+\" (to append) or \"pre\" (to prepend).
The queue can be cleared with the 'clear' command, and the 'skip'
command skips the current song and advances to the next song in the
queue. The 'next' command is similar, but differs when looping is
enabled: 'next' retains the current song at the end of the queue so it
will play again, 'skip' does not.
The \"loop\" command toggles looping mode. In looping mode, songs are
returned to the end of the queue when they finish playing, or when
they are bypassed using the 'next' command.
When you've completed a search, a single blank line moves backward
through the search history, eventually returning to the \"library>\"
prompt.
If you've imported a large library, the ID3 tags may not have been
scanned. In this case, the program will suggest that you run the
scanid3 command. Scanning ID3 tags can be very time consuming, as
each file must be opened and read from. Once scanned, ID3 information
is remembered by caching it in the ~~/.shuffletron/id3-cache file, so
you only need to do this the first time you run the program. ID3 tags
of new files are scanned automatically when the program starts unless
there are more than 1,000 new files.
Additional help topics:
help commands
help examples
help alarms
"))
(defun print-commands ()
(format t "
Command list:
/[query] Search library for [query].
show Print search matches, highlighting songs in queue.
back Undo last search.
[songs] Play list of songs.
all Play all songs in selection (equivalent to \"0-\")
+[songs] Append list of songs to queue.
pre[songs] Prepend list of songs to queue.
random Play a random song from the current selection.
random QUERY Play a random song matching QUERY
shuffle SONGS Play songs in random order.
queue Print queue contents and current song playing.
shuffle Randomize order of songs in queue.
clear Clear the queue (current song continues playing)
loop Toggle loop mode (loop through songs in queue)
qdrop Remove last song from queue
qdrop RANGES Remove songs from queue
qtag TAGS Apply tags to all songs in queue
fromqueue Transfer queue to selection
toqueue Replace queue with selection
now Print name of song currently playing.
play Resume playing
stop Stop playing (current song pushed to head of queue)
pause Toggle paused/unpaused.
skip Skip currently playing song. If looping is enabled, this
song won't played again.
next Advance to next song. If looping is enabled, the current
song will be enqueued.
repeat N Add N repetitions of currently playing song to head of queue.
seek TIME Seek to time (in [h:]m:ss format, or a number in seconds)
seek +TIME Seek forward
seek -TIME Seek backward
startat TIME Always start playback at a given time (to skip long intros)
tag List tags of currently playing song.
tag TAGS Add one or more textual tags to the current song.
untag TAGS Remove the given tags from the currently playing song.
tagged TAGS Search for files having any of specified tags.
tags List all tags (and # occurrences) within current query.
killtag TAGS Remove all occurances of the given tags
tagall TAGS Apply tags to all selected songs
untagall TAGS Remove given tags from all selected songs
time Print current time
alarm Set alarm (see \"help alarms\")
scanid3 Scan new files for ID3 tags
prescan Toggle file prescanning (useful if file IO is slow)
exit Exit the program.
help [topic] Help
"))
(defun print-examples ()
(format t "
How to find and play a song, then return to library mode:
library> /vampire sushi
f t 0 Old Time Relijun, Witchcraft Rebellion, 3: Vampire Sushi
1 matches> 0
1 matches>
library>
How to refine search results:
library> /beatles
223 matches> /window
fa t 0 Beatles, The, Abbey Road, 13: She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
1 matches>
How to play your entire library in shuffle mode:
First, ensure you are at the \"library\" prompt. If the prompt reads
differently, hit enter until it reappears.
library> shuffle 0-
"))
(defun print-alarm-help ()
(format t "
The \"alarm\" command provides an alarm clock feature which will play
music when the scheduled wakeup time is reached. There is a single
wakeup time, and when it is reached the wakeup time is cleared. When
the alarm is triggered, the music player will do one of the following:
1) If playback is paused, unpause the player.
2) Otherwise, prepend ten random songs to queue and play them.
With no argument, the \"alarm\" command prints the current wakeup
time. An argument to the command specifies the wakeup time. This can
be done in a variety of formats:
alarm at 7:45 am # \"at\" is optional and doesn't change the meaning
alarm 7:45 am
alarm 9 pm
alarm 7 # If AM/PM not specified, assumes AM
alarm in 5 minutes # Relative alarm times, in minutes or hours
alarm in 10m # minutes, minute, mins, min, , m are synonyms
alarm in 7 hours # hours, hour, hr, h are synonyms
alarm in 8h
alarm in 7:29 # h:mm format - seven hours, twenty-nine minutes
alarm reset # off/never/delete/disable/cancel/clear/reset
If the player is already playing when the alarm goes off, the song
already playing will be interrupted by the next song in the queue.
"))
;;; TODO: Somewhere, the help should mention the 'ignore' tag, but
;;; there's currently no prose dedicated to tagging where it would
;;; make sense to mention it.