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CopyCover (amaroK Script)

   1.9  

Amarok Script

Score 82%
CopyCover (amaroK Script)
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  21641
Submitted:  Apr 1 2005
Updated:  Oct 21 2007

Description:

Copy the cover of current playing track to the song's dir. Does not overwrite
existing images in this folder. The filenames can be configured with the
"Configure" dialog. By default, it's the album's name, with spaces replaced
by underscores.

An "offline" version is also included. If you have amaroK >= 1.2.3,
launch it and run the script on the command line. It will find all the downloaded covers and copy them in the right directory, just as the amarok plugin would have done. It also creates the desktop files.
Make sure you first run the script with the "-d" option (debug mode), in which
the actions will only be printed, not commited. A --help option is available.
AmaroK >= 1.2.3 and python >= 2.3 are required for this offline version.

The copycover-offline.py and addcoverdirs.sh scripts are NOT meant to be run through Amarok's script manager.




Changelog:

ChangeLog:
Version: 1.9 Date: 2007/10/21
- fix queries when the database is in MySQL
- tell the session manager not to restart the script on login

Version: 1.8 Date: 2007/02/17
- fix the copycover-offline.py script to use the new device path feature of
Amarok. Thanks to all those who sent me a patch.

Version: 1.7 Date: 2006/10/19
- fixes for Amarok 1.4
- progress bar on the offline version
- use large images when available

Version: 1.6 Date: 2005/05/31
- bugfixes for the "remove covers" option
Thanks a lot to Gleb Litvjak and KNT for that.
- write debuginfo to ~/.xsession-errors by default




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 ./

 
 by robert3208 on: Oct 20 2006
 
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I've tried to use copycover-offline and there's still the ./ issue. Haven't tried copycover yet.

My dirty workaround is to chop off the dot at the beginning (in the copycover function):

destination = destination[1:len(destination)]

What's this ./ thing good for anyway?

R


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 Re: ./

 
 by Saturday on: Jan 21 2007
 
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Where exactly do I have to put that definition?


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 Spaces in filenames

 
 by gmichels on: Oct 24 2006
 
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I started using your script at version 1.6 and it was working wonders. The only feature I was missing was copying the large cover instead of the 150x150 one. Now I've seen that feature has been added to v1.7, thanks a lot!

I upgraded and it's working nicely, however now the filenames of the copied covers (I use the album name) don't have spaces when the album has several words, it just gets concatenated. Like this:

Album: How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb

The cover filename: HowToDismantleAnAtomicBomb.png

With v1.6, the cover filename had spaces as the album name.

Am I the only one with this problem?

Cheers!


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 Re: Spaces in filena

 
 by xhorder on: Nov 12 2006
 
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I actually had this problem too, but with 1.6. (I currently can't get offline 1.7 to work)


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 mountpoint patch

 
 by goo on: Nov 23 2006
 
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--- copycover-offline.py Thu Oct 19 14:28:42 2006
+++ /home/tester/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/copycover/copycover-offline.py Thu Nov 23 22:29:35 2006
@@ -109,8 +109,7 @@
inc = inc + 1
if inc >= len(progress):
inc = 0
- dcop_albums = commands.getoutput('''dcop amarok collection query "SELECT DISTINCT album.name, tags.dir FROM tags, album ''' \
- +'''WHERE tags.album = album.id AND album.name != '' AND tags.artist = %s"''' % artist_tuple[0])
+ dcop_albums = commands.getoutput('''dcop amarok collection query "SELECT DISTINCT album.name, concat( devices.lastmountpoint, '/', tags.dir ) FROM tags, album, devices, directories WHERE tags.album = album.id AND album.name != '' AND directories.dir = tags.dir AND directories.deviceid = devices.id AND tags.artist = %s"''' % artist_tuple[0])
if not dcop_albums:
continue
albums = associateResults2(dcop_albums)
@@ -126,7 +125,7 @@
if options.verbose:
print " Cover Found !"
do_copy = True
- for file in os.listdir(album_tuple[1][1:]):
+ for file in os.listdir(album_tuple[1]):
if file[-4:] in [".jpg", ".png", ".gif"]:
do_copy = False
if do_copy:


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 Re: mountpoint patch

 
 by comeon on: Dec 7 2006
 
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after patching i get:

IndentationError: unindent does not match any outer indentation level


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 suse 10.2 rc1

 
 by patrickweb on: Nov 28 2006
 
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hi,
i have little prob :
on suse 10.2 rc1 i use complete HD in /mp3, i try to run copycover but i already have this message :

The script 'Copy Cover' exited with error code: 1

Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server
Xlib: No protocol specified
copycover.py: cannot connect to X server :0.0

thanks you for help


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 dying

 
 by bugmenot on: Jan 4 2007
 
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I almost had an hearth attack. It worked fine with a few changes, but suddenly kde didn't see anymore any of my songs...
They are there, ls lists them all. Phew.

I'm using amarok 1.4.4, and my library is in /home/user/music. Your offline script tried to write in /user/music/.

I did a quick change to add /home, I'm not posting the diff because that's a dirty hack and will work just for me. Anyway, I think it would be easy to fix it in a clean way.

j.


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 Re: dying

 
 by frenchrh on: Jan 10 2007
 
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I'm using Amarok 1.4.4 in KDE 3.5.1a in OpenSuse 10.1, and copy cover, did save one .png cover art file in my correct music directory when I played the song. But its never saved another cover art file. And I don't understand how to run the offline version of the program.


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 Stopped working

 
 by jcconnor on: Feb 10 2007
 
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Looks like the new 1.4.5 Amarok and the use of PyQT 4 has messed up the script. Just checking to see if there is a fix in the works or if there is any way for me to fix it?


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