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AmaroK XUL Remote

   1.0  

Amarok Script

Score 81%
AmaroK XUL Remote
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Link:  Link
Depends on  PyKDE/PyQt
Downloads:  5193
Submitted:  May 1 2005
Updated:  May 24 2007

Description:

Control AmaroK from any Firefox browser on your network.

This AmaroK script embeds a Firefox extension and a HTTP server


FEATURES:
- player manipulation: play, pause, stop, next, previous, seek, volume
- auto refreshing playlist view, plays a given track on click, can delete tracks
- collection browser with filtering, ordered by artist/album
- drag and drop tracks, album and artists to the playlist
- cover view for current track
- access restricted by login/password/IP address

The project developpement is now hosted on: http://sourceforge.net/projects/xul-amarok/
please go there to report bugs or wishes.


REQUIREMENTS:
- python >= 2.3
- pyqt (python QT bindings)
- AmaroK >= 1.4.3
- Firefox >= 1.5

INSTALL:
- Download the archive, then install and run it with AmaroK script manager
- On the first launch, you will be prompted for some parameters:
- interface(optional): the IP adress of your network interface the server will listen on (empty means all)
- port (required): you can leave 8888 as a default
- login/passwd (optional): if you wish to restrict access
- on any host on your network, launch firefox, go to http://amarok_host:8888 , and install the extension
- restart firefox
- launch "AmaroK remote" in the firefox "Tools" menu.
- set the options of the extension to match those on the server

NOTES:
If you get troubles with the configuration interface, you can use this sample xulremote.ini file:

[Debug]
debugajax = off
debugdcop = off

[HttpAuth]
passwd =
login =

[Hosts]
allowed =

[Listen]
interface = 127.0.0.1
port = 8888

of course replace 127.0.0.1 with the IP you want to listen on.




Changelog:

1.0 - 2007-05-24
- new option to open the remote in a tab
- disable launch by KDE session manager (closes #1614228)

0.9b - 2007-04-30
minor fixes:
- Default server IP address to 127.0.0.1
- No more client hostname lookup
- new window for cover display

0.9a - 2006-11-03
- fix bug [ 1585368 ] Wrong file name transmitted

0.9 - 2006-10-21
- feature: context menus on collection and playlist
- feature: restrict connections from an IP addresses list
- works with firefox2, Amarok 1.4.3
- extension code rewrite

0.8 - 2006-04-30
- feature: delete tracks from playlist (press delete key)
- better playlist refreshing behaviour
- more playlist columns
- bugfix: collection browser now works fine with sqlite
- bugfix: more robust handling of unicode/non-unicode locales

0.7a - 2006-03-01
- bugfix: non resolved IPs could not connect
- no changes to extension

0.7 - 2006-02-25
- login/password authentication (HTTP Basic)
- big changes on the script side, now a pyqt application
- configuration interface
- always use dcop CLI, pydcop no longer required
- unicode bugfixes
- no more javascript warnings
- debugging possibilities, see xulremote.ini

0.6 - 2006-02-12
- unicode support
due to some issues with unicode and pydcop, the command line dcop is used for some actions

- reworked communication layer
uses AJAX instead of XML-RPC, which was designed for ascii

- sliders for seek and volume
adapted from foxytunes (thanks to Alex Sirota)

- amarok message on new connections
- cover view

0.5 - 2006-02-05
- support for firefox 1.5.0.1

0.4 - 2005-10-16
- drag and drop now works with albums and artists
- support for special characters

0.3 - 2005-09-10
- support for firefox 1.5 (won't work anymore with 1.0.x)
- use the new firefox preferences system
- works with amaroK 1.3
- better layout
- collection browser handles compilations
- dropped the Dynamic mode switch

0.2 - 2005-05-03
- Add a party mode enable/disable switch
- corrected bugs in the collection browser
- some cleanups




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 No Collection Shown

 
 by blkline on: Aug 14 2007
 
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I was easily able to load this script into my Amarok instance (Fedora 7, Amarok 1.4.5) and load the Firefox client on two different machines (including the host of Amarok). While it will allow me to control the playlist, I do not get any collection information expect one album title: "Various Artists" with no track information.

I've double-checked all of my settings, to no avail. Is this a known problem? I have the client running in Firefox 1.5.0.12 on CentOS 4.5, and Fedora 7.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions on how to fix this problem.


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 Perfect!

 
 by pepo on: Sep 30 2007
 
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I must to say a GREAT THANK YOU for this perfect app. :)
Please don't stop developing of it!
Did you think about implement more amaroK functions? (Eg.: lyrics etc.)

Regards,

Pepo


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 it worked

 
 by DenBittraMannen on: Jan 23 2008
 
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Thank you for a nice plugin/script (:
A note, i run archlinux (dont panic) and i had pyqt installed and everything - but it complained that i had not qt module loaded. After lurking around a bit i found that i needed PyQT3 (not the first one).
so you might want to add PyQT3 for archlinux in install (dont know if its only my system though).
Also wanted to add css style ability if its possible (so its bit simpler to change the "UI") on the wish list if its not there ;)


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 Mobile phone

 
 by ActionParsnip on: Jul 1 2008
 
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Hey man this is awesome for my headless server, simply reenabled my sounceard and I can play all my track via web browser. spot on!

One question...

Is it possible to interface to this with a smartphone? I'm not very conversant with XUL / XML etc but if a mobile phone could web browse to manage playlists that would be sweet.

If you could recommend makes / models etc or a feature that must be included in the handset I'd e very gratful.

I noticed firefox coming out for mobile phones soon. Would that be what is necessary?

Keep up the good work bro

Peace
-Andy


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 Re: Mobile phone

 
 by mbedouet on: Jul 1 2008
 
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Hi,

glad you like it!
This is a firefox extension so yes it requires firefox.
I don't know about if the firefox version for mobiles (fennec I think) will feature extensions, but if it does it may be possible to make it run on a mobile device.
Some modifications to the UI may be required due to the size of these devices though.
bye,


Matthieu
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 Sick

 
 by Contrast on: Sep 27 2008
 
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Really awesome work. This eliminates the need for MPD in my setup. Thanks!


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 Problem with Search

 
 by KOverdose on: Nov 1 2008
 
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Absolutely great. Now all I want is the search to behave like the one in the "real" amarok. Somehow the search only works for artists names :(


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