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

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Comment:More customized log categories/colorization.
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User & Date: mario on 2015-04-26 15:34:37
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2015-04-26
15:35
Cover most catched exceptions with log messages. check-in: 363dce5eb9 user: mario tags: trunk
15:34
More customized log categories/colorization. check-in: 0943cca27e user: mario tags: trunk
15:34
Add custom pls extractor (for unordered playlist entries), keep regex method as fallback. More logging. check-in: 0725d3fbc8 user: mario tags: trunk
Changes

Modified config.py from [ae59bddda4] to [7f53cc759c].

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        # check for subdir
        if (name.find("/") > 0):
            subdir = name[0:name.find("/")]
            subdir = self.dir + "/" + subdir
            if (not os.path.exists(subdir)):
                os.mkdir(subdir)
                open(subdir+"/.nobackup", "w").close()
        # write                        
        file = self.dir + "/" + name






        # .gz or normal file
        if gz:
            f = gzip.open(file+".gz", "w")
            if os.path.exists(file):
                os.unlink(file)
        else:
            f = open(file, "w")
        # encode
        data = json.dumps(data, indent=(4 if nice else None))
        try:
            f.write(data.encode("utf-8"))
        except TypeError as e:
            f.write(data)  # Python3 sometimes wants to write strings rather than bytes
        f.close()









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        # check for subdir
        if (name.find("/") > 0):
            subdir = name[0:name.find("/")]
            subdir = self.dir + "/" + subdir
            if (not os.path.exists(subdir)):
                os.mkdir(subdir)
                open(subdir+"/.nobackup", "w").close()
        # target filename
        file = self.dir + "/" + name
        # encode as JSON
        try:
            data = json.dumps(data, indent=(4 if nice else None))
        except Exception as e:
            log.ERR("JSON encoding failed", e)
            return
        # .gz or normal file
        if gz:
            f = gzip.open(file+".gz", "w")
            if os.path.exists(file):
                os.unlink(file)
        else:
            f = open(file, "w")
        # write

        try:
            f.write(data.encode("utf-8"))
        except TypeError as e:
            f.write(data)  # Python3 sometimes wants to write strings rather than bytes
        f.close()


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            try:
                from netrc import netrc as parser
                try:
                     netrc = parser().hosts
                except:
                     netrc = parser(self.xdg() + "/netrc").hosts
            except:
                pass

        for server in varhosts:
            if server in netrc:
                return netrc[server]


    # Use config:-style definitions for argv extraction,
    # such as: { arg: -D, name: debug, type: bool }







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            try:
                from netrc import netrc as parser
                try:
                     netrc = parser().hosts
                except:
                     netrc = parser(self.xdg() + "/netrc").hosts
            except:

                log.STAT("No .netrc")
        for server in varhosts:
            if server in netrc:
                return netrc[server]


    # Use config:-style definitions for argv extraction,
    # such as: { arg: -D, name: debug, type: bool }
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        if gz:
            bin = gzip_decode(bin)
        if decode:
            return bin.decode("utf-8", errors='ignore')
        else:
            return str(bin)
    except:
        pass


# Search through ./channels/ and get module basenames.
# (Reordering channel tabs is now done by uikit.apply_state.)
#
def module_list(plugin_base="channels"):








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        if gz:
            bin = gzip_decode(bin)
        if decode:
            return bin.decode("utf-8", errors='ignore')
        else:
            return str(bin)
    except:
        log.WARN("get_data() didn't find:", fn)


# Search through ./channels/ and get module basenames.
# (Reordering channel tabs is now done by uikit.apply_state.)
#
def module_list(plugin_base="channels"):

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#
def plugin_meta(fn=None, src=None, module=None, frame=1, plugin_base="channels"):

    # try via pkgutil first
    if module:
       fn = module
       try: src = pkgutil.get_data(plugin_base, fn+".py")
       except: pass

    # get source directly from caller
    elif not src and not fn:
        module = inspect.getmodule(sys._getframe(frame))
        fn = inspect.getsourcefile(module)
        src = inspect.getcomments(module)








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#
def plugin_meta(fn=None, src=None, module=None, frame=1, plugin_base="channels"):

    # try via pkgutil first
    if module:
       fn = module
       try: src = pkgutil.get_data(plugin_base, fn+".py")
       except: pass  # Notice in plugin_meta_extract() is sufficient

    # get source directly from caller
    elif not src and not fn:
        module = inspect.getmodule(sys._getframe(frame))
        fn = inspect.getsourcefile(module)
        src = inspect.getcomments(module)

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        # color/prefix
        method = r"[{}[{}]".format(self.colors.get(method.split("_")[0], "47m"), method)
        # output
        print(method + " " + " ".join([str(a) for a in args]), file=sys.stderr)

    # Colors
    colors = {
        "ERR":  "31m", # red    ERROR
        "INIT": "31m", # red    INIT ERROR


        "PROC": "32m", # green  PROCESS

        "CONF": "33m", # brown  CONFIG DATA
        "DND":  "1;33;41m", #   DRAG'N'DROP
        "UI":   "34m", # blue   USER INTERFACE BEHAVIOUR
        "UIKIT":"38;5;222;48;5;235m", # THREAD/UIKIT/IDLE TASKS

        "HTTP": "35m", # magenta HTTP REQUEST
        "DATA": "36m", # cyan   DATA
        "INFO": "37m", # gray   INFO
        "STAT": "37m", # gray   CONFIG STATE
    }

# instantiate right away
log = log_printer()



   

#-- populate global conf instance
conf = ConfigDict()
log.PROC("ConfigDict() initialized")







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        # color/prefix
        method = r"[{}[{}]".format(self.colors.get(method.split("_")[0], "47m"), method)
        # output
        print(method + " " + " ".join([str(a) for a in args]), file=sys.stderr)

    # Colors
    colors = {
        "ERR":  "31m",          # red    ERROR
        "INIT": "38;5;196m",    # red    INIT ERROR
        "WARN": "38;5;208m",    # orange WARNING
        "EXEC": "38;5;66m",     # green  EXEC
        "PROC": "32m",          # green  PROCESS
        "FAVICON":"58;5;119m",  # green  FAVICON
        "CONF": "33m",          # brown  CONFIG DATA
        "DND":  "1;33;41m",     # yl/red DRAG'N'DROP
        "UI":   "34m",          # blue   USER INTERFACE BEHAVIOUR
        "UIKIT":"38;5;222;48;5;235m", # THREAD/UIKIT/IDLE TASKS
        "APPSTATE":"38;5;200m", # magenta APPSTATE RESTORE
        "HTTP": "35m",          # magenta HTTP REQUEST
        "DATA": "36m",          # cyan   DATA
        "INFO": "38;5;238m",    # lgray  INFO
        "STAT": "37m",          # gray   CONFIG STATE
    }

# instantiate right away
log = log_printer()



   

#-- populate global conf instance
conf = ConfigDict()
log.PROC("ConfigDict() initialized")