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  • old ass stuff
    patch Webdev experiments X11 themes spook vim tips web py notes old config files final fantasy 6 hacking flypper what to eat when going back to iowa green home scratch page gnome vfs command line tools typematrix review perfect keyboard

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  • mpris speaking programs
    xmms2 mpris bridge MPD via mpDris Dragon Player Corn written by me utility control apps mprismote controls an MPRIS compatible player from across a network An MPRIS Ruby module Lyricod an onscreen lyric display program mprisshell Music Applet mpris remote written by me chat clients There s a now playing plugin for Pidgin which is in Debian Ubuntu and Gentoo at least There s unofficial now playing code for the

    Original URL path: http://incise.org/mpris-speaking-programs.html (2016-04-30)
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  • corn installation
    libraries including development headers libxine 1 0 0 glib 2 0 gthread 2 0 dbus glib 1 0 libunique 1 0 sqlite3 gio often comes with glib On Ubuntu Debian this should work out to apt get install build essential cvs libxine dev libglib2 0 dev libgio0 libdbus glib 1 dev libunique dev libsqlite3 dev To build git clone git github com mackstann corn git cd corn autogen sh configure

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  • corn dbus api
    100 inclusive Method PositionSet Args int32 0 through track length in ms inclusive Method Repeat Args boolean repeat current track or not Method VolumeGet Returns int32 0 through 100 inclusive Method PositionGet Returns int32 0 through track length in ms inclusive Method GetMetadata Returns dict key string val variant current song s metadata Method GetCaps Returns int32 bitmask of capabilities Possible contents of GetCaps return value NONE 0 CAN GO NEXT 1 0 CAN GO PREV 1 1 CAN PAUSE 1 2 CAN PLAY 1 3 CAN SEEK 1 4 CAN PROVIDE METADATA 1 5 CAN HAS TRACKLIST 1 6 Signal TrackChange Args dict key string val variant song s metadata Tells you when a new track has begun playing Signal StatusChange Args struct int32 4 same structure as GetStatus returns Tells you when any part of the information that a GetStatus call returns has changed Signal CapsChange Args int32 capabilities same as returned by GetCaps Tells you when player s capabilities as given by GetCaps have changed Path TrackList Method DelTrack Args int32 track to delete Method AddTrack Args string uri of song boolean playnow Returns int32 0 if succeeded non zero if failed Method GetLength Returns int32 number of tracks Method GetCurrentTrack Returns int32 track number of current song Method GetMetadata Args int32 track to get metadata for Returns dict key string val variant metadata for requested track Method GetStatus Returns struct int32 playstate int32 random int32 repeat int32 loop All four ints are effectively booleans except playstate which is playing 0 paused 1 stopped 2 Method SetLoop Args boolean loop at end of playlist or not Method SetRandom Args boolean play randomly or not Signal TrackListChange Args int32 new number of items in playlist Tells you that something in the playlist has been added or removed or

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  • advanced sim city strategies: cookie
    edge of the map is the ideal place for industrials to throw away some pollution for free so it s wasteful to put the non polluting nuclear plants there The horizontal stripe pattern I used for the overall city layout is crappy The game naturally has a diamond shaped pattern that every city eventually falls into where the corners of the city are crappy and the center diamond of the city has better land value There are places in Cookie where residentials are sitting outside of the diamond and their growth there is horrible Industrials love it there The only thing is that introducing diagonal lines to the layout makes things a lot more complicated and you possibly lose some space since it s not quite as easy to optimize as straight lines are That s actually why I didn t do it from the get go It s also hard to know exactly what the right ratio of R C I is and I still haven t completely figured it out For example even in Cookie if I replace some commercials with industrials I can usually get a little higher population This in combination with the diamond issue above

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  • pymp
    mpeg layer and sampling rate which you may want but I don t care all that much The pymad example script covers all of that So basically what we have here is a class that we can instantiate and then call either playFile to play a file or bitrate to check the bitrate of a file There are a few other internal functions for the sake of dividing up logic Interface I have decided against creating a dedicated user interface for two reasons Curses suck s It would only lower flexibility rewarding the novice and punishing the advanced user This is backwards logic the more you learn and know the more you should be rewarded with power and flexibility again the unix ideal I currently plan to have two user interface components The original concept was an irc like interface with one line at the bottom for entering commands and the rest of the screen displaying information about files that have played are playing This concept remains and I have realized that I can already implement such a thing with zero programming while leaving people the ability to choose their own solution appropriate to their situation Enter Window Yes Window 1 With window I can split the screen into two with a single line at the bottom running one program and the remaining top portion running another So far this looks like 1 Escape character is P death incise 2 death incise I can customize the behavior of window 1 in my windowrc should I desire to do so I believe screen 1 can also do this I know it can split the screen into windows but I haven t seen how to control the size of these windows yet I suppose this is an example of the power in flexibility if there is something you know of that you d rather use than window 1 then you can use it and lose no functionality whatsoever Top part I expect to simply have tail running in the top window tailing the pymp tail file which is a log of the songs played possibly with bitrates This could and likely may change but for now that s all I can really think of Bottom part I expect this to simply be a python script running a loop of raw input s with appropriate actions taken for commands pyao and pymad on NetBSD I was disappointed that neither pyao nor pymad were in the pkgsrc the NetBSD packaging system however they are fairly trivial to install First you will need to install audio libao and audio mad Then you will need to grab the pyao and pymad tarballs here and here respectively Simply follow the instructions included with each actually the directions for pymad are on the pymad webpage but they are identical to pyao s using prefix usr pkg or whatever other directory you install your packages to No further tweaking should be needed Update May 12 2003 Ok quite a

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  • thump
    KB thump2 2003 07 06 01 tgz 17 KB thump 1 thump 2003 05 22 2 tgz 6 KB thump 2003 05 22 1 tgz 12 KB Current status August 17 2003 Now using XML to transfer commands around Lots of crud cleaned up config file and code stabilized playlist with basic functionality works everything looking really good Most big problems have been worked out and now it s just a matter of getting things done August 6 2003 Tons of work tons of changes I ve decided to just use mpg321 at least for now As things got more complex I found myself duplicating more and more things that mpg321 already has so I am using it Tons of other changes no time to write about all of them July 14 2003 Logging works much more elegant now too decoder was mostly overhauled adding pause resume seek grab ungrab of DSP a command queue that listens on a socket is now complete Tons of docstrings Some other stuff I can t remember July 6 2003 Rewrite underway player works decoder works a dummy queue reader just takes commands on stdin logging should work but not tested yet Overview thump stands for Th e U nix M p3 P layer the name reflects the goals of the player and the philosophies that I believe software and accordingly software authors should follow These ideas form the foundation of Unix like operating systems Basically things should be modular flexible and perform specific tasks Something like that anyways Files In the thump config directory normally thump there are a number of files that serve various purposes This section is out of date access log is a formatted file listing what songs were played at what time The odd sequence is used to split

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  • old waimea page
    a use for it Plus it s just damn cool please note that in this paragraph workspaces workspaces in general but viewports in Waimea Waimea has 4 workspaces each with 9 viewports I use one workspace with the 9 viewports as my workspaces I believe this is how people generally use it but the multiple Waimea workspaces can be put to interesting use such as running Gnome in one and KDE in the other or what have you I don t like toolbars icons or anything of that sort I honestly could even go without the root menu but it is there and doesn t get in the way so I use it sometimes Instead of using a windows taskbar like program such as fspanel KDE Kicker or Gnome panel I just like to lay my windows out visually and take advantage of multiple workspaces without stacking window over window over window Waimea Installation Installation is documented here and linked to prominantly on waimea org and covers everything you should need to know to get Waimea installed Getting antialiased fonts working You will need to compile with enable xft as documented and you will need some truetype fonts most likely the ones provided by MS If you are not sure where to find these fonts search google for msttcorefonts and download the cab file and use cabextract to extract it If you are running Debian the package msttcorefonts will be helpful Once you get these fonts installed you will need to add them to your fontpath in your XF86 Config 4 file After that you will need to add them to Xft s fontpath in Xft Config should be in the same directory as XF86 Config 4 Make sure and add their directory as the first dir statement Then you will need to cd into the directory where they are and run mkfontdir followed by ttmkfdir o fonts scale Restart X and your fonts should be working Make sure you tell Waimea to use xft fonts with a line such as font Trebuchet MS 9 bold true xft Xft can be a bitch so don t be surprised if you run into a problem Keep trying search google ask on irc etc eventually I promise they will work and you will be glad you put in the effort Also check this out Getting transparency working It is documented in the manpage but I sure didn t see it until after I figured out the hard way that you have to use Esetroot to set your background If you use xsetroot bsetbg et al you will have no transparency Another thing to note is that the opacity statements in your style file are actually backwards from what they appear to be An opacity of 10 is actually a transparency of 10 Therefore if you want a window just barely transparent You would use an opacity of 10 or 20 and if you wanted it very transparent you would use an opacity

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