Mjolnir access to NSSound via lua.
$ luarocks [--tree=mjolnir] install mjolnir._asm.ui.sound
$ git clone https://github.com/asmagill/mjolnir_asm.ui $ cd mjolnir_asm.ui/sound $ [PREFIX=/usr/local] make install
sound = require("mjolnir._asm.ui.sound")
sound.get_byname(string) -> sound
Attempts to locate and load a named sound. By default, the only named sounds are the System Sounds (found in ~/Library/Sounds, /Library/Sounds, /Network/Library/Sounds, and /System/Library/Sounds. You can also name sounds you've previously loaded with this module and this name will persist as long as Mjolnir is running. If the name specified cannot be found, this function returns
sound.get_byfile(string) -> sound
Attempts to locate and load the sound file at the location specified and return an NSSound object for the sound file. Returns
nil if it is unable to load the file.
sound.soundTypes() -> array
Returns an array of the UTI formats supported by this module for sound playback.
sound.soundFileTypes() -> array
Returns an array of the file extensions for file types supported by this module for sound playback. Note that this uses a method which has been deprecated since 10.5, so while it apparently sticks around, it may be removed in the future. The preferred method is to use the UTI values returned via
mjolnir._asm.ui.sound.soundTypes for determination.
sound:play() -> bool
Attempts to play the loaded sound and return control to Mjolnir. Returns true or false indicating success or failure.
sound:pause() -> bool
Attempts to pause the loaded sound. Returns true or false indicating success or failure.
sound:resume() -> bool
Attempts to resume a paused sound. Returns true or false indicating success or failure.
sound:stop() -> bool
Attempts to stop a playing sound. Returns true or false indicating success or failure.
sound:loopSound([bool]) -> bool
If a boolean argument is provided it is used to set whether the sound will loop upon completion. Returns the current status of this attribute. Note that if a sound is looped, it will not call the callback function (if defined) upon completion of playback.
sound:stopOnRelease([bool]) -> bool
If a boolean argument is provided it is used to set whether the sound will be stopped when released (when Mjolnir is reloaded or
release is called). Returns the current status of this attribute. Defaults to
true. This can only be changed if you've assigned a name to the sound; otherwise, it becomes possible to have a sound you can't access running in the background.
sound:name([string]) -> string
If a string argument is provided it is used to set name the sound. Returns the current name, if defined. This name can be used to reselect a sound with
get_byname as long as Mjolnir has not been exited since the sound was named. Returns
nil if no name has been assigned.
sound:device([string]) -> string
If a string argument is provided it is used to set name the playback device for the sound. Returns the current name, if defined or nil if it hasn't been changed from the System default. Note that this name is not the same as the name returned by the
name method of
mjolnir._asm.sys.audiodevice. Make sure you're using version 0.2-1 or later of
mjolnir._asm.sys.audiodevice and use the
uid method to get the proper device names for this method. Setting this to
nil will use the system default device.
sound:currentTime([seconds]) -> seconds
If a number argument is provided it is used to set the playback location to the number of seconds specified. Returns the current position in seconds.
sound:duration() -> seconds
Returns the duration of the sound in seconds.
sound:volume([number]) -> number
If a number argument is provided it is used to set the playback volume relative to the system volume. Returns the current playback volume relative to the current system volume. The number will be between 0.0 and 1.0.
sound:callback([fn|nil]) -> bool
If no argument is provided, returns whether or not the sound has an assigned callback function to invoke when the sound playback has completed. If you provide a function as the argument, this function will be invoked when playback completes with an argument indicating whether playback ended normally (at the end of the song, for example) or if ended abnormally (stopped via the
stop method). If
nil is provided, then any existing callback function will be removed. This is called with
nil during garbage collection (during a reload of Mjolnir) to prevent invoking a callback that no longer exists if playback isn't stopped at reload.
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