Files in the top-level directory in any check-in
This is a web-based music collection player.
It's based on a server chore, this one written in Python.
Set up a server with one or more directory trees with music files, edit the configuration to include the path to these trees, and then run the server. Each client gets a file browser and an HTML5-based audio player with playlist.
The sample configuration file is in:
Note that for any file source:
|you can "cd /x/y/z ; find . -print||sort > /x/y/z.idx" and create|
an index of files in that tree. This enables a search field in your player. The server checks for an index at startup, and caches the contents if found.
The program is started simply as:
python main.py etc/player.cfg
GET of binary files uses the OS routine sendfile(), which is in python-sendfile on Debian.
This code also uses the Python "chore" routines; in this source directory do:
git clone https://github.com/vandys/chore
to put that code into place.