Improvements... Xmms

2001-04-14
2001-08-24
  • Jared Watkins

    Jared Watkins - 2001-04-14

    I've played around with the console xmms shell.. and I like how it works..  I can't find a way to use it without running an xsession of xmms though.  I've not played around with the perl libs... as perl is not my thing... 

     
    • Jason Michalski

      Jason Michalski - 2001-08-24

      If any one cares I added a listing of the current directorys to the top of the page. I just added

      $mdir=$pdir;
      $mdir=substr($mdir,1,strlen($mstr)-1);
      echo "<a href=\&quot;http://$HTTP_SERVER_VARS[SERVER_NAME]:$HTTP_SERVER_VARS[SERVER_PORT]$HTTP_SERVER_VARS[SCRIPT_NAME
      ]\&quot;>/Root</a>";

      for($token = strtok($mdir,"/");$token!="";$token=strtok("/")){
         $links[]=$token;
      }
      for($index=0; $index < count($links); $index++) {
            echo "<a href=\&quot;http://$HTTP_SERVER_VARS[SERVER_NAME]:$HTTP_SERVER_VARS[SERVER_PORT]$HTTP_SERVER_VARS[SCRIPT
      _NAME]";
              $temppdir="/";

              for($index2=0; $index2 <= $index; $index2++){
                      $temppdir=$temppdir .  $links[$index2] . "/";
              }
              $enctemppdir=base64_encode($temppdir);
              echo "?pdir=$enctemppdir\&quot;>/$links[$index]</a>";

      }

      echo "<br><br>\n";

      to the after the head in display_result.

       

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