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smplayer Native Lirc support fature

   0.3  

KDE Video Application

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Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  307
Submitted:  May 10 2010

Description:

This is a patch that provides native lirc support for smplayer.

Requirements for compilation:
Qt 4.4.0 at least.

Smplayer is a great mplayer frontend but it lacks support for remote controls, so I try to fix this missing feature.
For your convenience in the attached file is a script that will checkout the latest smplayer svn sources and will apply the patch for you. I haven\\\'t tested to build it for Windows, but it should compile.
You can configure smplayer to use lirc in the Preferences dialog (see the screenshots). To use the feature you must have working lirc server or WinLirc if you using Windows.

Please, report any bugs found or requests to kernel_daemon@users.sourceforge.net, or just post a comment here.




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 repeat = 0?

 
 by skoruppa on: Feb 3 2011
 
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This plugin just work great, but it is possible to set repeat = 0 for some events? Like in .lircrc?


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 :)

 
 by vnnv on: Feb 5 2011
 
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:) Hi, I think I can do it :)


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 Great patch!

 
 by Jestern on: Jan 27 2012
 
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This is one of the most useful patch i have found, it's great to can control smplayer from the sofa and with a fancy GUI. It's pitty that it can't be compiled with the lastest svn.

Greetings.


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 Re: Great patch!

 
 by vnnv on: Jan 27 2012
 
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I really appreciate your words :)
And will try to make a fix :) It's good to know that someone use your work :)


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 How install?

 
 by pietrek on: Aug 25 2013
 
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How to install this patch because smplayer me something does not go and does not want to work?


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