Internet radio browser GUI for music/video streams from various directory services.

⌈⌋ branch:  streamtuner2


Check-in [6b99231fbe]

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Comment:Updated comment, more correct regex (albeit it's too strict in comparison to the real date/time extraction method now)
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User & Date: mario on 2016-12-10 12:20:20
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2016-12-10
12:20
Check for "theme" key to exist in conf.* check-in: 5fcd7309eb user: mario tags: trunk
12:20
Updated comment, more correct regex (albeit it's too strict in comparison to the real date/time extraction method now) check-in: 6b99231fbe user: mario tags: trunk
12:19
More typos fixed, updated html check-in: 693ec3ad97 user: mario tags: trunk
Changes

Modified channels/timer.py from [e5d0046412] to [3bfa1b4ae8].

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# encoding: utf-8
# api: streamtuner2
# title: Recording timer
# description: Schedules play/record events for bookmarked radio stations.
# type: feature
# category: hook
# depends: kronos, action >= 1.1.1
# version: 0.7.6
# config: 
#   { name: timer_duration, type: select, select: "auto|streamripper|fpls", value: none, description: "Support for time ranges" }
#   { name: timer_crontab, type: bool, value: 0, description: "Utilize cron instead of runtime scheduler. (not implemented yet)" }
# priority: optional
# support: basic
#
# Provides an internal timer, to configure recording and playback times/intervals
# for stations. It accepts a natural language time string when registering a stream.
#
# Context menu > Extension > Add timer
#
# Programmed events are visible in "timer" under the "bookmarks" channel. Times
# are stored in the description field, and can thus be edited. However, after editing
# times manually, streamtuner2 must be restarted for any changes to take effect.
#
# Allowable time specifications are "Mon,Wed,Fri 18:00-20:00 record"
# or even "Any 7:00-12:00 play". The duration is only honored for
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        return self.parent.timer_dialog.hide()

    # close dialog,get data
    def add_timer(self, *w):
        timespec = self.parent.timer_value.get_text()

        # basic check for consistency
        if not re.match("^(\w{2,3}|\*|,)+\s+(\d+:\d+[-.\d+:]*)\s+(record|play)", timespec):
            self.parent.status("⛔ Danger, Will Robinson! → The given timer date/action is likely invalid. Entry not saved.", timeout=22)
            return

        # hide dialog
        self.parent.timer_dialog.hide()
        row = self.parent.row()
        row = copy.copy(row)







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# encoding: utf-8
# api: streamtuner2
# title: Recording timer
# description: Schedules play/record events for bookmarked radio stations.
# type: feature
# category: hook
# depends: kronos, action >= 1.1.1
# version: 0.7.7
# config: 
#   { name: timer_duration, type: select, select: "auto|streamripper|fpls", value: none, description: "Support for time ranges" }
#   { name: timer_crontab, type: bool, value: 0, description: "Utilize cron instead of runtime scheduler. (not implemented yet)" }
# priority: optional
# support: basic
#
# Provides an internal timer, to configure recording and playback times/intervals
# for stations. It accepts a natural language time string when registering a stream.
#
# Context menu > Add timer for station
#
# Programmed events are visible in "timer" under the "bookmarks" channel. Times
# are stored in the description field, and can thus be edited. However, after editing
# times manually, streamtuner2 must be restarted for any changes to take effect.
#
# Allowable time specifications are "Mon,Wed,Fri 18:00-20:00 record"
# or even "Any 7:00-12:00 play". The duration is only honored for
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        return self.parent.timer_dialog.hide()

    # close dialog,get data
    def add_timer(self, *w):
        timespec = self.parent.timer_value.get_text()

        # basic check for consistency
        if not re.match("^(\w{2,3}|[*,;+])+\s+(\d+:\d+)\s*((\.\.+|-+)\s*(\d+:\d+))?\s+(record|play)", timespec):
            self.parent.status("⛔ Danger, Will Robinson! → The given timer date/action is likely invalid. Entry not saved.", timeout=22)
            return

        # hide dialog
        self.parent.timer_dialog.hide()
        row = self.parent.row()
        row = copy.copy(row)