Good Night - Shutdown script

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Description:

Hi,
this is a shutdown script for amarok2.
After the end of play list or a defined time this script will shutdown your PC.

Feedback/translation is welcome.
Last changelog:

9 years ago

Version 0.3.3
+ czech translation file now really added (I forgot the qm file) (many thanks to Pavel Fric)
+ know issues
- no check whether your system is able to sleep, hibernate
- status progress bar in popup is always one step behind actual value

Version 0.3.2
+ czech translation file added (many thanks to Pavel Fric)
+ known issues
- no check whether your system is able how to sleep, hibernate
- status progress bar in popup is always one step behind actual value

Version 0.3.1
+ bug fixes
- changed rule of determinating end of play list (requiered for > Amarok 2.3).
+ know issues
- no check whether your system is able how to sleep, hibernate
- status progress bar in popup is always one step behind actual value

Version 0.3
+ new functions:
- last settings will now be saved
- two new status messages (activ, paused; activ stopped)
- image for OSD output added
+ know issues
- no check whether your system is able how to sleep, hibernate
- end of playlist will not work with amarok < 2.2 (I guess)
- no update of status progress bar when track was changed


Good Night version 0.21 for Amarok2.2
Please ensure that your amarok version is equal, bigger 2.2!
+ bug fixes
- no icon on top issue, (thanks to Fred6681)
- status progressbar not init right when play list is empty
- german translation for scipt information
- in amarok 2.0.2 the script has an heavy impact on runtime of amarok, check was implemented. (thanks to aVo)


Good Night version 0.2 for Amarok2.2
This version was tested with Amarok 2.2-GIT-NEON and Amarok2.2 on Kubuntu 9.10

+ new functions:
- different modes how to leave enabled (shutdown, sleep, hibernate, quit Amarok, stop amarok)
- own pop up with count down until final action added
- status information (progress bar )added
- read me file added :-/

+ changes:
- label, texts changed,
- menu entry moved from settings to tool,
- script was moved to category generic,
- icons changed

martosurf

8 years ago

there's already a fully functional script that do the same called "Sleepy"

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zonken

8 years ago

Hi,
there is also a third one called cronos.

When I realized that I was already too far to stop it... and now it is there.
:-)
So feel free to chose!
Rico

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martosurf

8 years ago

Just tried it today, shapping well =)

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aVo

9 years ago

if u want, let me know when you have fixed the bug and I'll test it for you.

Cheers.

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zonken

9 years ago

Hi aVo,
thanks :-) . I guess the script has a lot of bugs, that has to be found and in general I would do so of course. But in this case the bug is in amarok version 2.0.2. (which is even fixed by 2.2, even with amarok 2.1 some thing changed on amarok side).

The only thing I will do is to check the version and try to stop this script very early (with an error message) because it has in this case a heavy impact for the user. Hopefully then amarok will start up. But even here I'm not sure whether that helps.
I will do it on weekend. It would be nice if you could check that afterwards.
Have a nice day.
Best Regards


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aVo

9 years ago

Apologies for the multiple comments above - not my fault - every time I reloaded the page it has added the only comment I posted again!

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zonken

9 years ago

Hi aVo,
sorry for that. The word good night becomes here a fully new meaning. ;-)

I think no script shall influence the runtime of Amarok. Sounds strange.
Could you give me some more information (version) before removing the script or updating amarok?

1. Open console and enter "amarok -v"
2. Enter now "amarok --debug" this requieres package "amarok-dbg"

Sent me the output of both commands.

There is no need to reinstall amarok.
Please go from your home directory to folder.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/ Here you find a folder "good_night". Delete it.

Now start amarok again. The script has no influence anymore.
If it works again the script was causing the issue. when I got requiered output I will open a bug report.

If the issue still exists, it is another issue.

Best Regards

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zonken

9 years ago

Hi aVo,
sorry for that. The word good night becomes here a fully new meaning. ;-)

I think no script shall influence the runtime of Amarok. Sounds strange.
Could you give me some more information (version) before removing the script or updating amarok?

1. Open console and enter "amarok -v"
2. Enter now "amarok --debug" this requieres package "amarok-dbg"

Sent me the output of both commands.

There is no need to reinstall amarok.
Please go from your home directory to folder.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/ Here you find a folder "good_night". Delete it.

Now start amarok again. The script has no influence anymore.
If it works again the script was causing the issue. when I got requiered output I will open a bug report.

If the issue still exists, it is another issue.

Best Regards

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aVo

9 years ago

Hi zonken,

Yes. Good Night indeed! :D

As requested,

Qt: 4.5.0
KDE: 4.2.2 (KDE 4.2.2)
Amarok: 2.0.2

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I am not too keen on the second one ... on installing 'amarok-dbg' konsole returns 'After this operation, 582MB of additional disk space will be used.'!! Lots of other packages required.

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I removed your script and A starts fine again.
Thanks.


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zonken

9 years ago

oh even amarok 2.0.2! Since 2.0.2 there changed a lot, maybe also something in the script enviroment.
You should give amarok 2.2 a chance. A lot of nice improvements.
Have a nice day.

PS: Yes here is a bug on this page

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aVo

9 years ago

Danke schoen.
I might just give 2.2 a look.

Laters.

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aVo

9 years ago

Hi,

Thanks for your good night script which sounds great.

I installed the latest version today.
It returned 'Script successfully installed" as it should.
Went to restart Amarok ... but now it won't start.

So I un-installed and re-installed A .. but still the same .. won't start.

Ran;
sudo apt-get remove amarok
and
sudo apt-get autoremove

But when I re-install it still won't start.

How would I get A working again, please?
Preferably without losing my config/playlists ( but thats not the end of the world if needs be).

I am using Kubuntu Jaunty J.

Thanks.

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aVo

9 years ago

Hi,

Thanks for your good night script which sounds great.

I installed the latest version today.
It returned 'Script successfully installed" as it should.
Went to restart Amarok ... but now it won't start.

So I un-installed and re-installed A .. but still the same .. won't start.

Ran;
sudo apt-get remove amarok
and
sudo apt-get autoremove

But when I re-install it still won't start.

How would I get A working again, please?
Preferably without losing my config/playlists ( but thats not the end of the world if needs be).

I am using Kubuntu Jaunty J.

Thanks.

Report

aVo

9 years ago

Hi,

Thanks for your good night script which sounds great.

I installed the latest version today.
It returned 'Script successfully installed" as it should.
Went to restart Amarok ... but now it won't start.

So I un-installed and re-installed A .. but still the same .. won't start.

Ran;
sudo apt-get remove amarok
and
sudo apt-get autoremove

But when I re-install it still won't start.

How would I get A working again, please?
Preferably without losing my config/playlists ( but thats not the end of the world if needs be).

I am using Kubuntu Jaunty J.

Thanks.

Report

aVo

9 years ago

Hi,

Thanks for your good night script which sounds great.

I installed the latest version today.
It returned 'Script successfully installed" as it should.
Went to restart Amarok ... but now it won't start.

So I un-installed and re-installed A .. but still the same .. won't start.

Ran;
sudo apt-get remove amarok
and
sudo apt-get autoremove

But when I re-install it still won't start.

How would I get A working again, please?
Preferably without losing my config/playlists ( but thats not the end of the world if needs be).

I am using Kubuntu Jaunty J.

Thanks.

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Fred6681

9 years ago

Hello,
With Mandriva 2010, icon does not appear in top
http://img691.imageshack.us/i/snapshot1z.png/

Is possible to have the translation in French, please ?


Sorry for my english

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zonken

9 years ago

Hi Fred6681,
thanks for the info. I think your english is ok.
I already fixed it. I'm waiting until end of week because maybe I find the time with a co-worker who will translate it into french.
(The only french words I know are "merci" and "merde". That is not enough to translate it.)

If not I will update without french translation at week end.

Are there any other icons missing?

Best Regards

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9 years ago

Version 0.3.3
+ czech translation file now really added (I forgot the qm file) (many thanks to Pavel Fric)
+ know issues
- no check whether your system is able to sleep, hibernate
- status progress bar in popup is always one step behind actual value

Version 0.3.2
+ czech translation file added (many thanks to Pavel Fric)
+ known issues
- no check whether your system is able how to sleep, hibernate
- status progress bar in popup is always one step behind actual value

Version 0.3.1
+ bug fixes
- changed rule of determinating end of play list (requiered for > Amarok 2.3).
+ know issues
- no check whether your system is able how to sleep, hibernate
- status progress bar in popup is always one step behind actual value

Version 0.3
+ new functions:
- last settings will now be saved
- two new status messages (activ, paused; activ stopped)
- image for OSD output added
+ know issues
- no check whether your system is able how to sleep, hibernate
- end of playlist will not work with amarok < 2.2 (I guess)
- no update of status progress bar when track was changed


Good Night version 0.21 for Amarok2.2
Please ensure that your amarok version is equal, bigger 2.2!
+ bug fixes
- no icon on top issue, (thanks to Fred6681)
- status progressbar not init right when play list is empty
- german translation for scipt information
- in amarok 2.0.2 the script has an heavy impact on runtime of amarok, check was implemented. (thanks to aVo)


Good Night version 0.2 for Amarok2.2
This version was tested with Amarok 2.2-GIT-NEON and Amarok2.2 on Kubuntu 9.10

+ new functions:
- different modes how to leave enabled (shutdown, sleep, hibernate, quit Amarok, stop amarok)
- own pop up with count down until final action added
- status information (progress bar )added
- read me file added :-/

+ changes:
- label, texts changed,
- menu entry moved from settings to tool,
- script was moved to category generic,
- icons changed

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