Source code for libqtile.widget.cmus

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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import subprocess

from . import base

[docs]class Cmus(base.ThreadPoolText): """A simple Cmus widget. Show the artist and album of now listening song and allow basic mouse control from the bar: - toggle pause (or play if stopped) on left click; - skip forward in playlist on scroll up; - skip backward in playlist on scroll down. Cmus ( should be installed. """ orientations = base.ORIENTATION_HORIZONTAL defaults = [ ('play_color', '00ff00', 'Text colour when playing.'), ('noplay_color', 'cecece', 'Text colour when not playing.'), ('max_chars', 0, 'Maximum number of characters to display in widget.'), ('update_interval', 0.5, 'Update Time in seconds.') ] def __init__(self, **config): base.ThreadPoolText.__init__(self, "", **config) self.add_defaults(Cmus.defaults) self.status = "" self.local = None def get_info(self): """Return a dictionary with info about the current cmus status.""" try: output = self.call_process(['cmus-remote', '-C', 'status']) except subprocess.CalledProcessError as err: output = err.output.decode() if output.startswith("status"): output = output.splitlines() info = {'status': "", 'file': "", 'artist': "", 'album': "", 'title': "", 'stream': ""} for line in output: for data in info: if data in line: index = line.index(data) if index < 5: info[data] = line[len(data) + index:].strip() break elif line.startswith("set"): return info return info def now_playing(self): """Return a string with the now playing info (Artist - Song Title).""" info = self.get_info() now_playing = "" if info: status = info['status'] if self.status != status: self.status = status if self.status == "playing": self.layout.colour = self.play_color else: self.layout.colour = self.noplay_color self.local = info['file'].startswith("/") title = info['title'] if self.local: artist = info['artist'] now_playing = "{0} - {1}".format(artist, title) else: if info['stream']: now_playing = info['stream'] else: now_playing = title if now_playing: now_playing = "♫ {0}".format(now_playing) return now_playing def update(self, text): """Update the text box.""" old_width = self.layout.width if not self.status: return if len(text) > self.max_chars > 0: text = text[:self.max_chars] + "…" self.text = text if self.layout.width == old_width: self.draw() else: def poll(self): """Poll content for the text box.""" return self.now_playing() def button_press(self, x, y, button): """What to do when press a mouse button over the cmus widget. Will: - toggle pause (or play if stopped) on left click; - skip forward in playlist on scroll up; - skip backward in playlist on scroll down. """ if button == 1: if self.status in ('playing', 'paused'): subprocess.Popen(['cmus-remote', '-u']) elif self.status == 'stopped': subprocess.Popen(['cmus-remote', '-p']) elif button == 4: subprocess.Popen(['cmus-remote', '-n']) elif button == 5: subprocess.Popen(['cmus-remote', '-r'])