Package Details: mustream-git r38.f0d6c02-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/mustream-git.git (read-only)
Package Base: mustream-git
Description: A quick 'hack' to stream any music (from spotify) through the command line.
Upstream URL: https://github.com/belkadev/mustream
Licenses: GPL3
Provides: mustream
Submitter: timescam
Maintainer: timescam
Last Packager: timescam
Votes: 0
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2019-10-06 06:36
Last Updated: 2019-10-06 06:36

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timescam commented on 2019-10-06 06:39

Usage :
  • Type a song title or artist name for a quick search.
  • Add prefix Album/Playlist for respective results.
  • You can direcly input a playlist URL.
  • Spotify client must be running, there are many ways to hide it, depending your DE/WM. (cf. below)
Tricks & Notes :
  • This script doesn't provide a client interface (pause,next,prev)
    I suggest you use SP (https://gist.github.com/wandernauta/6800547) for this purpose.
  • If you want to queue a single artist playlist, add the prefix some before to load
    a complete playlist, acronyms are accepted for popular bands:
  • play some PF will queue up a Pink Floyd playlist
  • play some NMH will queue up a Neutral milk hotel playlist
  • To hide the Spotify GUI you can try out these commands. (will work better on a WM)
  • xdotool search --name spotify windowunmap
  • wmctrl -r "spotify" -b toggle,hidden
  • Some songs may not play for you due to country restrictions.

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timescam commented on 2019-10-06 06:39

Usage :
  • Type a song title or artist name for a quick search.
  • Add prefix Album/Playlist for respective results.
  • You can direcly input a playlist URL.
  • Spotify client must be running, there are many ways to hide it, depending your DE/WM. (cf. below)
Tricks & Notes :
  • This script doesn't provide a client interface (pause,next,prev)
    I suggest you use SP (https://gist.github.com/wandernauta/6800547) for this purpose.
  • If you want to queue a single artist playlist, add the prefix some before to load
    a complete playlist, acronyms are accepted for popular bands:
  • play some PF will queue up a Pink Floyd playlist
  • play some NMH will queue up a Neutral milk hotel playlist
  • To hide the Spotify GUI you can try out these commands. (will work better on a WM)
  • xdotool search --name spotify windowunmap
  • wmctrl -r "spotify" -b toggle,hidden
  • Some songs may not play for you due to country restrictions.