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KStreamRipper

   0.7.100  

KDE Sound Application

Score 89%
KStreamRipper
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3463
Submitted:  Mar 30 2008
Updated:  Sep 8 2011

Description:

  • About
    KStreamRipper (formally KRadioRipper) is a program for recording Internet radios and other streams. For streams that provide information about the song title, it can split the stream and create an own file for each track - with a corresponding file name and corresponding metadata. KStreamRipper is based on Streamripper and provides a well-arranged user interface for whose features. Like Streamripper, it accepts MP3, AAC and OGG streams from Shoutcast-servers and Icecast-servers.

    It is stable and usable (but not feature-complete).

  • Download
    If an entry appears twice for you operation system, then one of the entries is the debug package (=if the URL that is displayed in the statusbar when you move the mouse over the link has the text "debug" within it). This is because of a bug of kde-apps.org which catches also the debug packages. To install KStreamRipper, please use the other package.

    All of the binary packages which are offered here, are part of repositories, which you can use to install the most recent stable release ("kstreamripper") or the latest development snapshot ("kstreamripper-unstable") or the internal API documentation ("kstreamripper-devel-doc").

  • Various
    You're welcome to make a bug report at
    http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=add&group_id=217306&atid=1039692
    or request a feature at
    http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=add&group_id=217306&atid=1039695
    If reporting a bug, please call "kdebugdialog --fullmode" and set the debug output for kstreamripper for all areas to "Shell". If you can't find kstreamripper in the list, set the debug output for "0 - generic" for all areas to "Shell". This will make you see the debug output when you call KStreamRipper from the console. (In KStreamRipper up to 0.7.91 will instead create a log file "kstreamripper.log" in your home directory.) Please add the debug output to your bug report. If you are reporting a crash, additionally install the kstreamripper-debug packages and include in your report the backtrace (displayed automatically after the crash) and the log file.

    KStreamRipper has a very extensive internal API documentation, which is not only available as package (see "Download") and as tarball, but also online:
    http://kstreamripper.sourceforge.net/html/index.html

    We search contributors! Just contact with us!






  • Changelog:

    0.7.100
    * Maintaince release
    * better GNOME integration
    * UI work
    * Mandriva 2010.1 packages
    * Fedora 15 packages

    0.7.74
    * Maintaince release
    * A crash is fixed
    * Enhanced internal build system

    0.7.19
    * Maintaince release

    0.7.18
    * Fixed automatic package build for developer documentation

    0.7.16
    * Support for custom meta data rocessing
    * Disabling libproxy temporally support because a libproxy bug that affects all KDE apps (http://code.google.com/p/libproxy/issues/detail?id=96) and because of build problems.
    * Start creating experimental .deb packages
    * Smother behavior of the general configuration dialog (download directory, manual proxy... are now correctly updated when loading default values and have a cleaner internal interface).
    * Provide debug packages in the official repository (only for RPM based distributions).



    License:
    At your option:
    * GPL 2
    * GPL 3
    * any later version of GPL accepted by the membership of KDE e.V. (or its successor approved by the membership of KDE e.V.), which shall act as a proxy defined in Section 14 of version 3 of the license


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     Great app!

     
     by 3vi1 on: Mar 24 2012
     
    Score 50%

    Congratulations on a very cool utility. I'm seeing just a couple of issues:

    - cairo-dock acts as if the configuration and help dialogs are still open even after you dismiss them; it stacks them as additional items (that don't actually work if you click them). Is the app simply hiding them and not truly closing them? I've not seen this behavior with other apps, but I don't run many Qt apps regularly.

    - Under Unity, the "What is this?" tooltips are unreadable. They appear as white text on a yellow background. I don't see anyway to reconfigure the colors used for these dialogs in Unity. I'm probably going to report this one to Canonical though, because I found at least one other Qt app (K3b) that shows the exact same symptoms.


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     Re: Great app!

     
     by sommerluk on: Mar 31 2012
     
    Score 50%

    Thanks :-)

    It's nice to have also users from the GNOME side :-)

    To respond your questions:

    1.) About cairo-dock and closing/hiding dialogs: Frankly I didn't implement any behaviour for closing/hiding. This means that the dialog inherits the default behaviour of the "KConfigDialog" class. At least this is truth for the "general settings dialog" and the "stream settings dialog". As you report, this doesn't seem to be a good solution for cairo-dock. The "about" dialog (I suppose you mean this dialog when you say "help" dialog?) doesn't even has an implementation. It is automatically generated by the KDE framework, whichs copies the content from the general application information. I don't have any influance on the way this dialog is generated or closed. Well, I'm not sure, but it seems that this a problem of the interaction betweeen the cairo-dock framework and the KDE framework (or the Qt framework, which is the underlaying framework for KDE).

    2.) About the tooltips/whatsthis: Also the tooltips and the "What's this" help are generated automatically by Qt from the information with which the widgets (buttons, sliders etc.) are created. I don't have any own implementation of this behaviour. Also in this case, it seems to be an interoperability. I supose it's somewhere between Qt and Unity. Qt tries to autodetect the desktop environment which is used and than tries to adopt it's appearance to the widget style and color scheme of this desktop environment. This works normally quite well. Here it seems to fail - eiter because Unity forces Qt to use a wrong color scheme of (IMHO more likly) because Qt doesn't detect correctly the color scheme of Unity. Anyway, it seems to be an interaction problem.

    I'm sorry to not help you more. But this is a little bit "out of scope". And currently I'm quite busy with my job and don't have much time for programming. But thanks for your feedback.


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     Re: Re: Great app!

     
     by 3vi1 on: Apr 1 2012
     
    Score 50%

    No apologies necessary. I just thank you for all you've done already and don't expect you to fix all the framework issues between Qt/GTK.

    One other slightly problematic item you might hear of in regards to Unity and the new notification area:

    - There's no way to bring the program back up after it's minimized to the tray/notification space. So, your only option is to exit. There is a greyed-out "kstreamripper' option, but you can't select it to bring the menu back up.


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     Re: Re: Re: Great app!

     
     by sommerluk on: Apr 1 2012
     
    Score 50%

    This one is something that I can fix. The menu is a custom menu. There isn't any entry to display KStreamRipper because I assumed that each system tray implementation is able to bring back (to the front) any program in the system tray after a simple click with the left mouse button. However, as this seems to be wrong, there should be a menu entry "Restore". I will put this on the TODO list. Thanks for the advice.


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