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Downloads:  85
Submitted:  Dec 28 2007
Updated:  Jan 27 2008

Description:

cueIt has an advanced dynamic song cuing algorithm.

You enable/disable the genres you want it to pick.

From there cueIt selects the songs based on it's rating/score.

It won't cue the same song until 10% of your "enabled" songs have played, and it won't play the same artist 5% of the enabled artists.

CueIt uses an algorithm similar to http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpmur

As of version .10 you an also auto cue new podcasts.




Changelog:

VERSION 0.10:
Added Podcast auto cue.
Added "preload" table to reduce startup time.
Uses zenity & kdialog. zenity has a better checklist.
VERSION 0.09:
Increased overall stability of script.
Re-did "picking" algorytim.
VERSION 0.08:
Almost total rewrite
Added sqlite support
Uses PDO now
Dynamic playlist enabled no longer needed.
VERSION 0.07:
Added re-connect to database if disconnected.
VERSION 0.06:
Fixed "enabled genres' bug.
Added error codes to tell you where the error is happening.




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 great!

 
 by zeerak on: Dec 28 2007
 
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just one question, as I'm not much for amarok, though this may make me change my opinion, if it is impossible to use this for another player. Such as xmms (i like my commandline players). So would it be possible? if nothing else then with some rewriting of it?


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 Re: great!

 
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I've written various version of this for xmms, and mplayer, and even a flash player.

It's open source, feel free to use the ideas.

I wrote this version for amarok.


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 Re: Re: great!

 
 by the7erm on: Dec 28 2007
 
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I guess I should mention that the other project is http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpmur

At times it's used xmms, mplayer, and the newest version is flash.

I'm about ready to abandon it.

Over the years I've coded, and recoded it from the ground up I'm sick of it. I can never get it right. I've gotten more feedback from this simple stripped down version in less than a month than 4 years of development on the phpMUR project.

It's a nice concept, but amarok has more of what I need minus the multi-user ratings.

If I learn c++ and qt I plan on adding patching multi user capability to amarok. Maybe I can hassle the developers of amarok into multi-user rating support.


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 bad path

 
 by staudi009 on: Jan 12 2008
 
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Hi the7erm

Nice idea for amarok.
And thanks for your activity.

By me has the returned path a dot in the path.
My media drives are mounted. Amarok stores as Device the path to the mount-point and the filenames starts with a Dot. This simply concatenated is what ciuIt adds to the playlist.

I cant php, but i have see your comment about to remove these dot, seems to be not function.
Maybe it is a short correction i need to put to the script if you tell me what.

Regards, Werner


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 Re: bad path

 
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cueIt.php $filename needs to look like this.

$filename = escapeshellarg($devices["{$song['deviceid']}"]. '/' . $song['url']);

The next version should fix this bug.


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Just put .09 up. Hopefully it'll fix any problems you may have had.


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 by staudi009 on: Jan 20 2008
 
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Many thanks the7erm

CueIt is working well.
I will tell you my experience after i have it used a while.

Regards, Werner


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Thanks for your interest.


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