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MUINE-SHELL

MUINE-SHELL

Section: User Commands (1) Updated: March 2006
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NAME

muine-shell - manual page for muine-shell 0.6.0  

SYNOPSIS

muine-shell [options]  

DESCRIPTION

This manual page documents briefly the muine-shell command.

muine-shell is a small C program that can send requests to a running Muine instance to query its status or instruct it to perform certain commands. Its goal is to provide a low-overhead mechanism for allowing other programs and scripts to interact with Muine.

Homepage: http://desrt.mcmaster.ca/code/muine-shell/  

OPTIONS

-h, --help
Display help and exit
-V, --version
Display version and exit
-n, --next
Skip to next song
-p, --previous
Skip to previous song
-t, --pause
Start or stop the player
-w, --visible
Show/hide the playlist window
-q, --queue files...
Add these files to the playlist
-f, --play files...
Play these files immediately
-l, --playlist
Open this playlist
-s, --song
Show the Song window
-a, --album
Show the Album window
-v, --volume[=value]
Set/show the volume
-k, --position[=value]
Set/show position
-c, --current-song
Print the current song
-i, --cover-image
Write cover image to a file (default cover.png)
-o, --song-changed
Sleep until the song changes
-u, --state-changed
Sleep until the player is (un)paused
-x, --quit
Quit Muine
 

AUTHOR

muine-shell was originally written by Mark McLauchlan <filopastry@fastmail.fm> and is currently maintained by Ryan Lortie <desrt@desrt.ca>

This manual page was written by Ryan Lortie <desrt@desrt.ca>


 

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