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

⌈⌋ branch:  streamtuner2


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Comment:Moved project status notes into Fossil wiki.
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User & Date: mario on 2015-03-28 07:41:33
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2015-03-28
18:50
Merged _generic into channels/__init__. check-in: 817010842c user: mario tags: trunk
07:41
Moved project status notes into Fossil wiki. check-in: 21947be529 user: mario tags: trunk
07:34
Minor additions, more cross references, and Mallard note icons. Document Jamendo plugin options. check-in: 89ba7b5c8e user: mario tags: trunk
Changes

Modified st2.py from [083dc8256e] to [05a9ab14f0].

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# can be more easily extended and fixed. The mix of JSON APIs, regex
# or PyQuery extraction makes list generation simpler and more robust.
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# Primarily radio stations are displayed, some channels however are music
# collections. Commercial and sign-up services are not the target purpose.
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""" project status """
#
# The application runs mostly stable. The GUI interfaces are workable.
# It's supposed to run on Gtk2 and Gtk3. Python3 support is still WIP.
# There haven't been any optimizations regarding memory usage and
# performance. The current internal API is vastly undocumented.
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#  current bugs:
#   - audio- and list-format support is not very robust / needs better API
#   - not all keyboard shortcuts work
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#  features:
#   - treeview lists are created from datamap[] structure and stream{} dicts
#   - channel categories are built-in defaults (can be freshened up however)
#   - config vars and cache data get stored as JSON in ~/.config/streamtuner2/
#
#  missing:
#   - localization
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#  security notes:
#   - directory scrapers use fragile regular expressions - which is probably
#     not a security risk, but might lead to faulty data
#   - MEDIUM: little integrity checking for .pls / .m3u references and files
#   - minimal XML/SGML entity decoding (-> faulty data)
#   - MEDIUM: if system json module is not available, pseudo-json uses eval()
#     to read the config data -> limited risk, since it's only local files
#   - HIGH RISK: no verification of downloaded favicon image files (ico/png),
#     as they are passed to gtk.gdk.Pixbuf (OTOH data pre-filtered by Google)
#   - MEDIUM: audio players / decoders are easily affected by buffer overflows
#     from corrupt mp3/stream data, and streamtuner2 just passes them on



# standard modules
import sys
import os, os.path
import re
from collections import namedtuple







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# can be more easily extended and fixed. The mix of JSON APIs, regex
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# standard modules
import sys
import os, os.path
import re
from collections import namedtuple