streamripagent 0.2.1

streamripagent is a simple Amarok script that watches the tracks streamed in Amarok.
streamripagent is a simple Amarok script that watches the tracks streamed in Amarok. If any of the regexps in ~/.streamripagent matches the current title, streamripper is started and the track is ripped to a specified directory.

It's not exactly an amarok script that you can manage with the amarok script manager, but it's related to amarok, so I put it in this category.

Please read the README before installing and running streamripagent!

Requirements:

Amarok

Configuration:

All configuration options are listed at the top in the shell script. Just set the values to whatever you prefer, set up your ~/.streamripagent and you're done.

~/.streamripagentM

This file contains regular expressions, newline seperated, for titles which should be ripped. The check is case-insensitive to match most variations of the title. It's important that the file ends with a new line, otherwise the last regexp won't be recognized!

Example of a very simple ~/.streamripagent:

< Artist A >
< Artist B > - < Title A >
< Artist C >

This will watch out for all tracks of < Artist A > and < Artist C > as well as
< Title A > from < Artist B >.

Installation:

Just copy the shell script 'streamripagent' to a directory listed in your $PATH, so you can execute it without the full path name. If you want it to start with KDE (which I recommend), place the a symlink to the script in your ~/.kde/Autostart (e.g. 'ln -s /usr/local/bin/streamripagent ~/.kde/Autostart')

What's New in This Release:

Ignore blank lines in ~/.streamripagent.

last updated on:
June 27th, 2008, 10:14 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
www.kde-apps.org
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Arno Rehn
category:
ROOT \ Multimedia \ amaroK Scripts
streamripagent
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