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    Re: Conky Rhythmbox Python Script

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkTide View Post
    Hi all,

    kaivalagi this script print this in python >= 2.7:

    conkyRhythmbox.py", line 45
    self.parser.add_option("-t", "--template", dest="template", type="string", metavar="FILE", help=u"define a template file to generate output in one call. A displayable item in the file is in the form [--datatype=TI]. The following are possible options within each item: --datatype,--ratingchar. Note that the short forms of the options are not currently supported! None of these options are applicable at command line when using templates.")

    I think that optparse module is deprecated, more info in:
    http://docs.python.org/library/optparse.html

    I don't a python programmer.

    Thanks for the great script !!!
    I am using python v2.7.1...no issues here. Are you using an up-to-date script? I recall an issue in the past but can't remember if I fixed it or it was python 3.0 related issues...

    Code:
     [USER@towerpc1 ~]$ python --version
    Python 2.7.1
     [USER@towerpc1 ~]$ conkyRhythmbox --version
    conkyRhythmbox v.2.17
     [USER@towerpc1 ~]$ conkyRhythmbox -h
    Usage: conkyRhythmbox.py [options]
    
    Options:
      -h, --help            show this help message and exit
      -t FILE, --template=FILE
                            define a template file to generate output in one call.
                            A displayable item in the file is in the form
                            [--datatype=TI]. The following are possible options
                            within each item: --datatype,--ratingchar. Note that
                            the short forms of the options are not currently
                            supported! None of these options are applicable at
                            command line when using templates.
      -d DATATYPE, --datatype=DATATYPE
                            [default: TI] The data type options are: ST (status),
                            CA (coverart), TI (title), AL (album), AR (artist), GE
                            (genre), YR (year), TN (track number), FN (file name),
                            BR (bitrate k/s), LE (length), PP (current position in
                            percent), PT (current position in time), VO (volume),
                            RT (rating). Not applicable at command line when using
                            templates.
      -c PATH, --coverartpath=PATH
                            [default: /tmp/cover] The file where coverart gets
                            copied to if found when using the --datatype=CA
                            option. Note that if set to an empty string i.e. ""
                            the original file path is provided for the coverart
                            path.
      -r CHAR, --ratingchar=CHAR
                            [default: *] The output character for the ratings
                            scale. Command line option overridden if used in
                            templates.
      -s TEXT, --statustext=TEXT
                            [default: Playing,Paused,Stopped] The text must be
                            comma delimited in the form 'A,B,C'. Command line
                            option overridden if used in templates.
      -n, --nounknownoutput
                            Turn off unknown output such as "Unknown" for title
                            and "0:00" for length. Command line option overridden
                            if used in templates.
      -S, --secondsoutput   Force all position and length output to be in seconds
                            only.
      -m LENGTH, --maxlength=LENGTH
                            [default: 0] Define the maximum length of any
                            datatypes output, if truncated the output ends in
                            "..."
      -v, --verbose         Request verbose output, not a good idea when running
                            through conky!
      -V, --version         Displays the version of the script.
      --errorlogfile=FILE   If a filepath is set, the script appends errors to the
                            filepath.
      --infologfile=FILE    If a filepath is set, the script appends info to the
                            filepath.
    Last edited by kaivalagi; June 4th, 2011 at 07:30 PM.

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