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Description: cplay is a curses front-end for various audio players. It aims to provide a power-user-friendly interface with simple filelist and playlist control. cplay is written in Python and can use either pyncurses or the standard curses module. Requirements: - cplay http://www.tf.hut.fi/~flu/cplay/ - python http://www.python.org/ - python-oss (optional) http://net.indra.com/~tim/ossmodule/ - mpg321 (optional) http://sourceforge.net/projects/mpg321/ - ogg123 (optional) http://www.vorbis.com/ - mpg123 (optional) http://www.mpg123.org/ - splay (optional) http://splay.sourceforge.net/ - madplay (optional) http://www.mars.org/home/rob/proj/mpeg/ - mikmod (optional) http://www.mikmod.org/ - fintl (optional) http://www.python.org/sigs/i18n-sig/ - pyncurses (optional) http://pyncurses.sourceforge.net/ - ID3-py (optional) http://id3-py.sourceforge.net/ - pyvorbis (optional) http://www.duke.edu/~ahc4/pyogg/ - xmp (optional) http://xmp.sf.net/ - sox (optional) http://sox.sf.net/ - speex (optional) http://www.speex.org/ Installation: make install Usage: cplay [-nrRv] [ file | dir | playlist ] ... When in doubt, press 'h' for a friendly help page. Configuration: If you would like to change options passed to the actual players just edit the PLAYERS list in the cplay script or put the PLAYERS definition in either ~/.cplayrc or /etc/cplayrc. If one of these files is available, it is executed by cplay before initialization. Note, currently there is no version control for the rc-file! Miscellaneous: In order for either mp3info (ID3) or ogginfo to work, both corresponding python modules have to be installed. This will probably change someday. A playlist can contain URLs, but the playlist itself will have to be local. For mpeg streaming, splay is recommended. It is also possible to pipe a playlist to cplay, as stdin will be reopened on startup unless it is attached to a tty. Remote control via /tmp/cplay-control-$USER; see lircrc.