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AmarokPidgin

   0.2.1  

Amarok Script

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AmarokPidgin
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Downloads:  12909
Submitted:  Oct 30 2006
Updated:  Mar 3 2009

Description:

To view the README in html visit http://people.cs.uct.ac.za/~ksmith/AmarokPidgin.html

Now Listening for Pidgin
Version 0.2 - February 2009

Description:
A plugin for Amarok 1 and 2 that updates your Pidgin status message with what you are currently listening too.

If you want to update your Gaim status message, look for the AmarokGaim package.

Dependencies:
* Amarok (Tested on Amarok 1.4.10 or Amarok 2.0-SVN-Neon Jan 14 2009)
* Pidgin with D-Bus support (Tested on Pidgin 2.5.2)
* Python with D-Bus support (Tested on Python 2.5.2 (Should also work with
Python 2.4))
* DCOP client (If using Amarok 1. Tested on KDE 3.5.10)
* Optionally depends on chardet for better character
decoding. [http://chardet.feedparser.org/]




Changelog:

Changelog:
* Version 0.2.1 (03/03/2009)
- Executible bit was not switched on! So could not install in Amarok 1.
* Version 0.2 (11/02/2009)
- Your Buddy Icon can now be set to the currently playing song's album cover. Set *cover_icon* to true in the config file to enable.
- Made Media status type "tune". To update:
+ Stop AmarokPidgin in Amarok
+ Delete Media status in Pidgin
+ Start AmarokPidgin in Amarok
- New variables $rating and $score.
* Version 0.1.9 (16/05/2008)
- New variables: $year, $nowPlaying, $lyricsURL, $lyrics. Based on a patch
by Hieu Hoang.
- Variable Map. Based on work by Ryan Davis.
- Seems to work with Pidgin 2.4.0 now.
- Media status is of type Avaliable now by default.
* Version 0.1.8 (09/02/2008)
- Can use chardet library to decode strings.
- Testing of the new decoding routine thanks to David Partain.
- Fixed bug with status not returning to Media.
- Quick hack to prevent crashes on debugging output.
* Version 0.1.7 (02/08/2007)
- Closes script when Amarok sends SIGTERM. (Thanks to Kiyoshi Murata)
- Only media status is updated. No changing status anymore on song change.
- Pausing only changes status if status is on Media. (Thanks to Vasilis
Vasaitis)
* Version 0.1.6 (27/05/2007)
- Changed project name to AmarokPidgin
- Updated codebase to use purple. With thanks to the following contributors:
* Tony Bassette
* Thomas Bird
* Luigi Capriotti
* Version 0.1.5 (05/04/2007)
- Can now change nick instead of status message.
- Updates to unicode handling.
- Updates status type if necessary (Thanks to Vasilis Vasaitis)
* Version 0.1.4 (20/11/2006)
- Fixed a bug with misbehaving kdialogs. (Thanks to Kartik Mohta)
- Now changes Gaim's status back too default when script closes.
- Updates status if a song is playing when the script starts.
* Version 0.1.3 (14/11/2006)
- Now can block expletives in status message.
- Fixed a bug when reading in the configuration file.
* Version 0.1.2 (02/11/2006)
- Fixed unicode strings bug. (Thanks too Tim Su)
- Added basic configuration
* Version 0.1.1 (30/10/2006)
- Forgot to comment out logging =/
* Version 0.1 (25/10/2006)
- Initial Release




LicenseGPL
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other(AmarokGaim-0.1.5)
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 High CPU Usage

 
 by KenJutsu on: Nov 4 2007
 
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High great work first of all !

Although the python script takes about 50 % of new dualcore cpu :

I´m running Ubuntu 7.10 - Gnome 2.20.1 (all latest)
kernel 2.6.23
Python 2.5.1
your script : 0.1.7 ( installed via Amarok)
Amarok : 1.4.7
Pidgin 2.2.1
Debug = True : log is empty except the track info
Ending Amarok and or Pidgin doesn´t change anything, process still there with high usage.

Thx for your help , tell me what info you need ill provide it then



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 Re: High CPU Usage

 
 by KenJutsu on: Nov 4 2007
 
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One more :
I kill the script/process by hand , it gets reloaded and then runs fine with 0 % cpu usage
Regards


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 Re: Re: High CPU Usa

 
 by keegancsmith on: Nov 4 2007
 
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Ok, I'll try and reproduce this so I can patch it.


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 Re: Re: Re: High CPU

 
 by KenJutsu on: Dec 9 2007
 
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Hello, i can now reproduce the bug directly, if X crashes the script hangs with high CPU load, to get amarok right then i have to restart that dcopserver thingy i dont know if thats automaticly under KDE its not under Gnome maybe.
The Script has to be killed too of course then ...
Regards


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 Re: Re: High CPU Usage

 
 by enli on: Apr 2 2008
 
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I confirm this


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 where to download?

 
 by itmanvn on: Nov 26 2007
 
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where to download?


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 Gentoo

 
 by guttersnipe on: Dec 6 2007
 
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After a long struggle, I eventually got it to work in Gentoo. Here's how:

Here's what I was using:
media-sound/amarok-1.4.7-r2 (with USE python)
net-im/pidgin-2.2.2 (with USE dbus)

Download, Install, and Run AmarokPidgin
1) Download from--here
2) Inside of Amarok, go to Tools > Script Manager
3) Select "Install Script" and browse and select AmarokPidgin
4) Select AmarokPidgin on the left and select "Run"

Configure AmarokPidgin
1) Inside of Amarok, go to Tools > Script Manager
2) Select Amarok Pidgin on the left and select "configure"

Note: If pressing the "configure" button seemingly does nothing, you need to install the following package:
kde-base/kdialog

3) Choose Status
4) Type "Now Playing $artist - $title" --or something similar
5) Change Pidgin status to "Media"

Hope this helps.


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 Re: Gentoo

 
 by guttersnipe on: Dec 6 2007
 
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If you get the following error:

The script 'AmarokPidgin' exited with error code: 1

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/home/username/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/AmarokPidgin/AmarokPidgin.py", line 5, in ?
import dbus
ImportError: No module named dbus

You need to get the following package:
dev-python/dbus-python


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 Re: Gentoo

 
 by guttersnipe on: Dec 6 2007
 
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http://gentoo-wiki.com/AmarokPidgin


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 Not Playing Mod

 
 by guttersnipe on: Dec 6 2007
 
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I found this block of code in the
~/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/AmarokPidgin/AmarokPidgin.py file:
elif is_in( ("empty", "idle", "paused") ):
if self.purple.PurpleSavedstatusGetCurrent() == self.status:
self.purple.PurpleSavedstatusActivate(self.default)
self.song = None

...and I changed it to:
elif is_in( ("empty", "idle", "paused") ):
if self.purple.PurpleSavedstatusGetCurrent() == self.status:
self.purple.PurpleSavedstatusActivate(self.default)
self.song = None
self.update_display("Not Listening")


...now it updates when I pause or stop my music. I wish this was an option under "configure." It probably shouldn't do this by default, though.

Enjoy ;)


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 Re: Not Playing Mod

 
 by KenJutsu on: Dec 7 2007
 
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Thank you very much,
i was just about to leave a
comment about the stopping,
pausing issue and there is the fix !

Thumbs Up!


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 Re: Re: Not Playing

 
 by guttersnipe on: Dec 12 2007
 
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np ;)

Well, I wasn't going to post this, but since someone has already gotten use out of one modification, perhaps someone will find use in this.
I modified the application to MY liking. Now, it says:
"Music: $artist - $title" by default
"Music: [Paused] $artist - $title" when I pause
"Music: --Song Change--" (for 5 seconds) when I change songs.

This was modified from Version 0.1.7 of AmarokPidgin.

Here's what I changed:
added "import time" to the top.
changed "def listenForSongChanges(self)" function to:

def listenForSongChanges(self):
"Listens for song changes from stdin. This method is blocking."
while True:
message = stdin.readline()

self.log("Got message: %s" % message)

# Function that given a list, will tell you if any of the
# strings are in message
is_in = lambda li: len([x for x in li if x in message]) > 0

if is_in( ("trackChange", "playing") ):
time.sleep(1)
trackCurrentTime = self.get_trackCurrentTime()
if trackCurrentTime < 5:
self.update_display("Music: --Song Change--")
time.sleep(5)

message = self.get_currently_playing()
self.song = message
self.update_display("Music: " + message)

elif is_in( ("empty", "idle", "paused") ):
if self.purple.PurpleSavedstatusGetCurrent() == self.status:
self.purple.PurpleSavedstatusActivate(self.default)
message = self.get_currently_playing()
self.song = message
self.update_display("Music: [Paused] " + message)

self.log("Default: %d" % self.default)

elif "configure" in message:
self.configure()

added "def get_trackCurrentTime(self)" function:

def get_trackCurrentTime(self):
"Gets the trackCurrentTime from amarok."
time = getoutput("dcop amarok player trackCurrentTime 2> /dev/null")

return int(time)

..if you want the whole AmarokPidgin.py file (since the tabs will be all screwed up here), email me at fedcba098 |at| g|/\|ail

Enjoy :)


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 KDE 4 problem

 
 by CrazyBanana on: Feb 14 2008
 
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I am using the script in both KDE 3.5 and KDE 4.0 with Amarok 1.4.8. In KDE 3.5 it works, as expected, in KDE 4.0 however the variables don't get substituted. Other than that, the script does communicate with Pidgin, for example if I set "$artist - $title [amaroK]' as status, I get ' - [amaroK]' in Pidgin. Any thoughts on how to solve that?


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 Re: KDE 4 problem

 
 by keegancsmith on: Feb 16 2008
 
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Check if you have the dcop commandline program and that it is working. For example try running from the commandline:

dcop amarok player artist


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 Re: KDE 4 problem

 
 by CrazyBanana on: Feb 18 2008
 
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The command line dcop works:
$ dcop amarok player artist
Fleetwood Mac
$


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 Re: Re: KDE 4 proble

 
 by keegancsmith on: Feb 18 2008
 
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Ok.on line 15 change it from DEBUG = false to DEBUG = true. Run the program for a bit then post /etc/AmarokPidgin.log


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 Re: KDE 4 problem

 
 by CrazyBanana on: Feb 18 2008
 
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Thanks for the reply! For each song change I only get a horizontal line in the logfile (/tmp/AmarokPidgin.log)


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 Re: KDE 4 problem

 
 by CrazyBanana on: Feb 27 2008
 
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Anything else I could try...?


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 Re: Re: KDE 4 proble

 
 by keegancsmith on: Feb 27 2008
 
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Try running

purple-remote 'setstatus?status=away&message=dont disturb'

See if your status updates


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 Re: KDE 4 problem

 
 by CrazyBanana on: Feb 27 2008
 
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It does change. The problem is that the variables $title and $artist in the script are not replaced with the appropriate strings, the intercommunication does work. It must be a python thing...



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 Re: Re: KDE 4 proble

 
 by keegancsmith on: Feb 27 2008
 
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Hey, apply this patch to AmarokPidgin.py: http://pastebin.com/m405ed69c
Run it for a bit then send me the output /tmp/AmarokPidgin.py

This code is untested, but hopefully should give me some useful info


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 Re: KDE 4 problem

 
 by CrazyBanana on: Feb 27 2008
 
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So the status messages format that I set is this: '$artist - $title [amaroK]'

After applying your patch, the output in /tmp/AmarokPidgin.log is:

http://pastebin.com/m713a2b89

Some track changes were manual, by means of skip track, for others I waited until the song changed by itself after it was over.



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 Re: Re: KDE 4 proble

 
 by keegancsmith on: Feb 27 2008
 
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Ok, it seems the problem has changed since last time. Try this diff now and posting the log please :)

http://pastebin.com/m48e72033

This bug will be squashed! ;P


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 Re: KDE 4 problem

 
 by CrazyBanana on: Mar 5 2008
 
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Sorry for the big delay! Here you have the output:

http://pastebin.com/m39bfd0b3



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 Add rating support

 
 by the7erm on: Feb 17 2008
 
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def get_currently_playing(self):
"Gets the currently playing song from amarok."
new_status = self.config.get("AmarokPidgin", "status_message")

variables = ("album", "artist", "genre", "title", "track", "rating")
for var in variables:
if not ("$" + var) in new_status:
continue

value = getoutput("dcop amarok player %s 2> /dev/null" % var)
if var == 'rating':
s = '*'
value = s*(int(value) / 2)
new_status = new_status.replace("$" + var, value)

return new_status


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