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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/ - 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/ Installation: make install Usage: cplay [-rRv] [ file | dir | playlist ] ... When in doubt, press 'h' for a friendly help page. Miscellaneous: In order for either mp3info (ID3) or ogginfo to work, both corresponding python modules have to be installed. This will probably change someday. If you would like to change options passed to the actual players just edit the PLAYERS list in the cplay script. 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 /var/tmp/cplay_control; see lircrc.