radiotray-lite is a lightweight clone of the original Radio Tray online radio streaming player rewritten in C++.
- Runs on a Linux system tray.
- Has minimum interface possible.
- Plays most media formats (it uses gstreamer).
- Supports PLS, M3U, ASX, RAM, XSPF playlists.
For a while this project is only tested on Ubuntu (14.04 and 16.04 versions). In order to build it you need to have
-dev versions of the following packages:
To compile program run following (with obvious amendments) commands from build directory:
$ cmake /path/to/radiotray-lite/ -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr/
$ cpack -G DEBto create package in
$ cpack -G RPMto create package in
Package will be created in the
packages folder of the build directory.
Copy your existing
bookmarks.xml from Radio Tray (which is usually located at
Configuration file is located in the same directory as bookmarks file. It has simple XML format and following options are supported:
last_station-- name of the last played station. Automatically updated, you don't need to change it.
buffer_size-- size of the internal gstreamer's buffer.
buffer_duration-- number of seconds to buffer.
url_timeout-- timeout in seconds for fetching playlist.
notifications-- if set to
falsedisables desktop notification messages. Default is
<?xml version="1.0"?> <config> <option name="last_station" value="Rock 181" /> <option name="buffer_size" value="102400" /> <option name="buffer_duration" value="2" /> <option name="url_timeout" value="5" /> <option name="notifications" value="false" /> </config>
See LICENSE.md file for license information.