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

⌈⌋ branch:  streamtuner2


Check-in [fe52f71656]

Overview
Comment:Reintroduces STOP button for killing streamripper.
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User & Date: mario on 2015-11-11 00:25:28
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Context
2015-11-11
20:57
Alternatively kill fPls check-in: e260975f4c user: mario tags: trunk
00:25
Reintroduces STOP button for killing streamripper. check-in: fe52f71656 user: mario tags: trunk
2015-11-10
23:47
Support fIcy/fPls for recording with time range/duration. check-in: 918b7bed4a user: mario tags: trunk
Changes

Added channels/record_stop.py version [9d46d0ecb0].





























































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# encoding: utf-8
# title: Stop button
# description: Kills streamripper recording
# version: 0.1
# depends: streamtuner2 >= 2.1.9
# type: feature
# category: ui
#
# Displays the [X] STOP toolbar button, and hooks it to
# streamripper kill switch.

import action
from config import log

# Stop button
class record_stop(object):
    module = __name__

    # button + hook
    def __init__(self, parent):
        btn = parent.stop
        btn.show()
        btn.set_property("visible", True)
        btn.set_property("visible_horizontal", True)
        btn.connect("clicked", self.pkill_streamripper)

    # stop recording
    def pkill_streamripper(self, *x, **y):
        action.run("pkill streamripper")