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nightIMPgale (IMProved nightingale)

   0.3  

Amarok Script

Score 80%
nightIMPgale (IMProved nightingale)
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  1624
Submitted:  Mar 28 2006
Updated:  Mar 9 2007

Description:

This Amarok script shuts down your PC for you. This comes in handy if you like to go to bed listening to your favourite music. Just tell nightIMPgale when to shut down with as few as one, two, three clicks. Done. A set of options is available for convenient use (at least I hope so).




Changelog:


Makeover 0.3

-- nightIMPgale is now a bash script (bash 3.x). No more dependencies on those python bindings.
-- Added context menu for easier use. There is no need any more to setup a special playlist. nightIMPgale can shut down your PC before the end of the playlist (according to the command you gave it).
-- Removed some (in my eyes) superfluous options for easier use.



Bugfixes 0.2.1.1

-- A bug in the bugfix for version 0.2.1 caused nightIMPgale to shut down the PC not at all if automatic script termination was enabled. This is now fixed. Sorry for that!



Bugfixes 0.2.1

-- nightIMPgale's process did not terminate when hitting stop in amaroK. Now it does.



Features 0.2

-- Option to force nightIMPgale to stop even if amaroK restarts running scripts.
-- Added support for different non-unicode languages. English and German included -- how to add new languages can be read in the README (it's easy).



Features 0.1

-- Shutdown PC after end of playlist.
-- Show interruptable countdown of configurable length.
-- Turn down volume before shutdown with custom command.




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 read input

 
 by Sobriety on: May 27 2008
 
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I am currently looking through the script to find out where the problem is, it is at the point

read input

in the loop at the bottom. It is not getting any input from amarok. Everything else works though. I am currently looking for another way to get input from the context menus. I am fairly new to scripting so I may not be able to solve it.


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 Re: read input

 
 by Sobriety on: May 28 2008
 
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Scratch that after looking all day for an alternate route they lie in paths which areas of yet unexplored by me in ruby/python it seems that the input isn't the only thing not working it doesn't seem to be able to recognise track changes either.


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 bash 3.2 adaptation

 
 by donchristophe on: Dec 9 2008
 
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I like this script.
Since bash 3.2 line 340 must be changed from
Quote:
if [[ "$input" =~ '([a-zA-Z]*)(: )?(.*)' ]]

to
Quote:
if [[ "$input" =~ ([a-zA-Z]*)(: )?(.*) ]]

Without the ' around the regular expression. If not, nigthIMPgale will not detect any change of amarok state.


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 improvements

 
 by reaperfh on: Dec 17 2008
 
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Hi I just downloaded this wonderful script, but had some trouble making it work under gnome and bash 3.2
I did follow the suggestions in the comments but that didn't do it... I dug around and finally made a version working with kde4 libraries (dunno if that was the problem or not) anyway I'm running Intrepid with Gnome, bash 3.2, kde4 (as amarok and kate depend on it), and i don't think I'm missing anything...
so here is my working version of the script in case anyone has the same trouble.
http://pastebin.com/f1803599c

Reaper


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 Amarok 2 version

 
 by reaperfh on: Sep 30 2009
 
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When can we expect an amarok 2 version? that would be so awesome!!!!


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