A commandline music player.
One of the best out there. It's extremely obvious to use.
- source mirror
- another source mirror
- I don't know what this is.
- I found a couple of minor issues, but it's otherwise working as-expected with the light testing I did.
2017-11-05 - I emailed the mailing list to see if there's anyone out there.
- Wow, there are!
2010-01-02 - (version not recorded) on (distribution not recorded) with (python version not recorded)
- It might have been Lubuntu.
- 2009-06-01 - (version not recorded) on (distribution not recorded) with (python version not recorded)
- 2007-08-08 - (version not recorded) on the Zaurus SL-C1000 with (python version not recorded)
2007-08-07 - cplay-1.49.patched3 on the Zaurus SL-C1000 with (python version not recorded)
- Doesn't work. =/ The audio pops and nothing plays. Too bad.
I must have used other versions at earlier points, at least on the Zaurus SL-C1000 but possibly on my desktop. No notes were recorded.
2010-01-02 - (version not recorded) ∞
If ncurses wasn't a horror to use, I would have written my own interface to a headless audacious2 years ago.
Written in Python and using ncurses.
- archived at http://github.com/holizz/cplay/ with various other light efforts out there to fold in the misc.
[2017-11-06 - update: There are some maintainers out there]
- TODO - Patches that are floating about, add them.
- TODO - Contact everyone who has been interested. Resurrect the project.
TODO - Gather my notes and other sources, and host anything that's unloved.
2009-06-01 - (version not recorded) ∞
- I modified the command for mpg123 to add
cplay doesn't report when mpg123 or
mpg321do not exist.
2007-08-08 - (version not recorded) ∞
Install the complete Python -- I can't remember where I got it from. Hrmph.