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Smewt is a smart media manager.
JavaScript CSS Python
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Merge pull request #4 from miheerdew/TMDB-update

Upgraded the tmdb api to v3
latest commit 3105bfbcba
@wackou authored
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3rdparty Fixed a few more issues, some optimizations
artwork moved fullsize pngs for speeddial outside of smewt dir; make distribu…
bin Looks like we're getting there with the cleanup!
packaging Updated email addresses
smewt Changed the tmdb request method for posters.
utils Better release management using fabfile.
.gitignore Started port of smewt to pyramid; fixed a few things along the way
.gitmodules Fixed git submodules to use the public urls
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
COPYING added license header (GPLv3, oh yeah!)
MANIFEST.in Big general cleanup of the code
NEWS.txt updated NEWS.txt for 0.3 release
README.RaspberryPi Fixed lots of paper cuts, most unicode-related
README.txt some more work on packaging
TODO.txt Looks like we're getting there with the cleanup!
development.ini Started port of smewt to pyramid; fixed a few things along the way
fabfile.py Much faster episode guesser
production.ini Started port of smewt to pyramid; fixed a few things along the way
requirements.txt Fixed subtitles downloading
setup.cfg Started port of smewt to pyramid; fixed a few things along the way
setup.py Looks like we're getting there with the cleanup!

README.RaspberryPi

The following should get you started with Smewt on RaspberryPi:
(This assumes you run all the commands from the root of the git repo)

  $ git submodule init
  $ git submodule update

  $ sudo apt-get install python-dev python-imaging python-virtualenv virtualenvwrapper

Then start a new shell and execute the following:

  $ mkvirtualenv --system-site-packages smewt
  $ pip install -r requirements.txt

Then run Smewt using:

  $ workon smewt # if your virtualenv is not active yet
  $ fab smewt

You can then access Smewt by navigating with your favorite browser to:

http://<smewt_host>:6543/

NOTE: When you play a video, it plays on the computer on which smewt is running,
      so if you connect to your raspberry pi using your laptop, you can use your
      laptop as a remote control.
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