view vixm/ui.py @ 13:2ecc611d198f v0.11

Added more helpful strings for the help strings
author Josef "Jeff" Sipek <jeffpc@josefsipek.net>
date Sat, 19 Aug 2006 20:23:42 -0400
parents b5370c42288b
children ae3451bedeb6
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# all the user interface related bits

import time, sys, re
from threading import Thread
import xmms

import playlist, song, util, control

def run():
	""" this is where we start execution """

	# first, let's create the two playlists
	print "Creating playlists..."
	lists = {}
	lists[playlist.LIST_PRIO]	= playlist.playlist()
	lists[playlist.LIST_DEFAULT]	= playlist.playlist(allowrandom=True)

	# read in the info for all the songs in XMMS's playlist
	print "Loading songs from XMMS's playlist..."
	songs = []
	listlength = xmms.control.get_playlist_length()
	for i in range(0,listlength):
		s = song.song(i)
		lists[playlist.LIST_DEFAULT].enqueue(s)
	
	print "Instanciating ui thread..."
	ui = uiThread(lists)
	ui.start()

	last = None
	while not ui.shutdown:
		# check which song we are playing now
		pos = xmms.control.get_playlist_pos()
		current = lists[playlist.LIST_DEFAULT][pos]

		# if it is different from what we played last time we
		# checked...
		if current != last:
			try:
				# pop song off the PRIO queue
				next = lists[playlist.LIST_PRIO].pop()

				# if successful, play the popped song
				idx = lists[playlist.LIST_DEFAULT].index(next)
				xmms.control.set_playlist_pos(idx)
				current = next
			except IndexError:
				# no song to pop
				pass
			except ValueError:
				print "WTF is going on?!"

		# update last played song
		last = current

		# sleep
		time.sleep(0.5)

class uiThread(Thread):
	""" This is the main ui thread class, it does all the magic
	necessary to have a vi-like interface """
	def __init__(self, lists):
		Thread.__init__(self)

		self.lists = lists
		self.shutdown = False

		# commad list:
		#	quit	'q[!]'
		#		quit fails if there are list changes in
		#		memory that haven't been saved. The optional
		#		'!' forces the quit
		#
		#	number	'[range]n [playlistid]'
		#		prints playlist [playlistid] (default is
		#		LIST_PRIO) with each entry being numbered.
		#		If optional range is supplied, only the
		#		songs in that range are printed. The range
		#		string is standard ed-like line range (see
		#		below for details)
		#
		#	list	'[range]l [playlistid]'
		#		virtually identical to the number command
		#		above, however the lines are not numbered.
		#		The same rules apply to the range and
		#		playlistid arguments
		#
		#	enqueue	'a songid'
		#		enqueue a song songid from LIST_DEFAULT onto
		#		LIST_PRIO. The enqueued song is added to the
		#		end of LIST_PRIO
		#
		#	dequeue	'd songid'
		#		remove songid from LIST_PRIO. The songid is
		#		the id in LIST_PRIO, NOT LIST_DEFAULT
		#
		# range:
		#	''	first entry; shortcut for '1'
		#	'%'	entire list; shortcut for '1,$'
		#	'$'	last entry
		#	'n'	entry on line n
		#	'm,n'	range of entries starting on line m and
		#		ending on line n. Both m and n are included
		#		in the list. m or n can both be an integer,
		#		'' or '$'.
		#
		# command table format:
		#	"command regexp":
		#		(function to call, range allowed, help str)
		self.cmdtable = {
			"q([!]){,1}":
				(control.cmd_quit,
				 False,
				 "q[!]",
				 "quit"),
			"n( ([0-9]+)){,1}":
				(control.cmd_number,
				 True,
				 "[range]n [playlistid]",
				 "numbered display of lines in range in playlistid"),
			"l( ([0-9]+)){,1}":
				(control.cmd_list,
				 True,
				 "[range]l [playlistid]",
				 "list lines in range in playlistid"),
			"a ([0-9]+)":
				(control.cmd_enqueue,
				 False,
				 "a [songid]",
				 "add songid from default to priority"),
			"d ([0-9]+)":
				(control.cmd_dequeue,
				 False,
				 "d [songid]",
				 "remove songid from priority"),
			"h":
				(control.cmd_help,
				 False,
				 "h",
				 "this help list"),
		}

	def enqueue(self, id):
		s = self.lists[playlist.LIST_DEFAULT][id]
		print "Enqueuing song: %s (%s)" % (s["title"],
				util.strtime(s["time"]))
		self.lists[playlist.LIST_PRIO].enqueue(s)

	def __cmd(self, txt):
		range_str = "(%|\\$|(\\$|[0-9]+){,1}(,(\\$|[0-9]+)){,1}){,1}"

		cmdtable = self.cmdtable
		
		for c in cmdtable:
			rstr  = "^"
			rstr += (cmdtable[c][1] and range_str or "")
			rstr += c
			rstr += "$"

			m = re.search(rstr, txt)
			if not m:
				continue

			gr = m.groups()

			start = end = -1
			if cmdtable[c][1]:
				# parse range info

				if gr[3]:
					# we got a 'm,n'
					start = (gr[1] or '')
					end = gr[3]
				elif gr[1]:
					# we got a 'n'
					start = gr[1]
					end = gr[1]
				elif gr[0]:
					# we got a '$' or '%'
					start = (gr[0] == '%' and '1' or '$')
					end = '$'
				else:
					# no range specified
					start = '1'
					end = '1'
				
				start = util.special2int(start)
				end = util.special2int(end)

				gr = list(gr)
				gr.pop(0)
				gr.pop(0)
				gr.pop(0)
				gr.pop(0)

			gr = list(gr)
			gr.append(self.cmdtable)

			try:
				cmdtable[c][0](self, start, end, gr)
			except ValueError:
				print "Invalid argument/value"
			return
		
		print "Invalid command \"%s\"" % (txt,)

	def run(self):
		while not self.shutdown:
			tmp = sys.stdin.readline().strip()
			
			if tmp.startswith("/"):
				# '/ABC' - searching
				print "Searching not yet implemented"
			else:
				# 'ABC' - commands
				self.__cmd(tmp)