sad

simple audio daemon
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commit 0984bb3b1e5e449b2aa86a04f180651aff099e23
parent 3f7e47ece37eab42904f90509a2a4b93e4fda170
Author: sin <sin@2f30.org>
Date:   Sat Dec 27 23:15:14 +0000

Update PROTOCOL

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1 file changed, 51 insertions(+), 24 deletions(-)
diff --git a/PROTOCOL b/PROTOCOL @@ -1,58 +1,85 @@ -requests --------- -cmd arg +Command reference +================= -At the moment only single argument commands are supported. - -responses ---------- -output + OK on success, ERR descriptive error message on error. - -commands --------- - -status - -> songid: playlist songid of the current song stopped on or playing - -> state: play, stop or pause - -> volume: 0-100 - -> elapsed: total time elapsed within current song - -> duration: total song duration in seconds - -> random: 1 if random mode is set 0 otherwise - -> repeat: 1 if repeat mode is set 0 otherwise - -> single: 1 if single mode is set 0 otherwise +NOTE: All commands will return some optional output followed by OK on success or +ERR followed by an error message on failure. random 0|1 +Select random playback mode. By default the daemon is in a repeat mode where it cycles +through the playlist endlessly. repeat 0|1 +Set repeat mode. Just cycle through the playlist. single 0|1 +Set single mode. Play one song, then stop. volume 0-100 +Set the output volume. This is applied equally to all outputs. next +Play next song. pause 0|1 +Pause currently playing song. -play songid +play [ID] +Play the song with the given ID or the current song if no ID is provided. +When the playlist gets populated initially, the first song added is the current song. +A song ID is just a unique integer identifying the song. ID rolls back at 0 when +the playlist is cleared. prev +Play previous song. stop +Stop playback. -add path +add file +Add a file to the playlist. Directories are not handled. clear +Clear playlist and stop playback. The next file added will have a song ID +equal to 0. -delete songid +delete [ID] +Delete the song with the given ID or the currently selected song. playlist +Dump the current playlist. The output has the following form: +"%d: %s\n", id, filepath + +search regex +Search for a song matching the given regex. At the moment it will only +consider file names. close +Force the daemon to close the client connection. kill +Kill the daemon. ping +The daemon will reply with pong. uptime +Number of seconds the daemon has been running. version +The sad protocol version. + +status [state] +Query state information from the daemon. The optional argument [state] +identifies what information should be returned. If not specified, all of the +state information is returned. The format of the reply is: +"%s: %s", statevar, infomsg + +Possible states: + random: 1 if random mode is set 0 otherwise + repeat: 1 if repeat mode is set 0 otherwise + single: 1 if single mode is set 0 otherwise + songid: playlist songid of the current song stopped on or playing + playback: either play, stop or pause + volume: 0-100 + elapsed: total time elapsed within current song in seconds + duration: total song duration in seconds