xmmstcl lets you control XMMS playback, skip, pause, change the playlist, change skins, and do everything else provided by the xmms_remote_* methods, which is almost everything from the standard user interface. It also has some things not available there, such as "XMMS onchange" which lets your Tcl/Tk application know when something happens in the player. The companion "TkPlayer" has samples for the most important functions and will keep XMMS busy by generating random playlists with songs that you haven't heard in a while.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Software Development Libraries Tcl Extensions|
|Operating Systems||Unix POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release fixes some memory leaks and null pointers. A major new command is 'onchange', which will notify your application for changes in playback, volume, playlist entries, etc. It includes TkPlayer, a fully scripted and scriptable audio player control. It will create a random playlist that does not have any song on it that has been played too recently, and features a call back so that you can change the file library before playlist generation (to change the mood to fit the hour, for example).
No changes have been submitted for this release.