command line or console based CD player
cdcd works in two ways, accepting commands directly off the command line or in
a query mode similar to other UNIX programs. To pass a command to cdcd, simply
run cdcd with the command as the argument (e.g. cdcd play). This is great for
using cron and cdcd together to make a CD alarm clock. Or you can run cdcd
without arguments and you will be given the cdcd command prompt.
cdcd takes a different approach from conventional console (or X)
based CD players, in that it doesn't keep with the display-oriented
paradigm. Conventional computer-based CD players resemble
traditional physical CD players. This is fine, if your user
interface consists of 10 buttons. However, computers have keyboards,
so why not use them? Besides,
Changes in 0.6.6:
* Remove some dependencies (if vasprintf isn't there, try to use
vsnprintf to emulate it, before asking for GLib).
* Get the actual terminal width for comfortable display.
Changes in 0.6.5:
* Bugfix release.
Changes in 0.6.4:
* The "toggle" command now starts playing the CD if it is stopped.
* On systems which do not provide a `vasprintf' (Solaris 8, for
cdcd - Command Driven CD player
cdcd [OPTION]... [COMMAND]
cdcd allows control of a CD player either directly off of the
command line or in its own interactive query mode. Invoking
cdcd without a command will cause cdcd to enter query mode.
cdcd (0.6.6-13.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Add 07-no-curses.patch to fix FTBFS. Since curs
2004-04-04 Fabrice Bauzac <email@example.com>
* cmdline.c (get_width): try to get the re
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