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Re: jack



knut.suebert@web.de  wrote:


Hallo,

ich weiss es doch auch nicht ;-) Daher als Anlage meine .jackrc, der
neueste jack meckert zwar etwas, la"uft aber...

Gru"?e,
Knut Su"bert


Dankescho"n, leider gib's jetzt:

lutz@tux:~$ jack
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/jack", line 787, in ?
execfile(prefs_file)
File "/home/lutz/.jackrc", line 50
unusable_chars = "/
^
SyntaxError: invalid token
lutz@tux:~$


Ist /usr/bin/jack eigentlich regula"r eine Text-Datei?


------------------------------------------------------------------------

# preferences for jack-2.99.7
# remove this file to get a new one filled with the defaults.
# This file is parsed as python code, it's easy to break things.

jackrc_version = "2.99.7"
jackrc_py_version = "2.1.1"


## edit these defaults:
ripper = "cdparanoia"       # use which program to rip: cdparanoia, tosha,
                           # cdda2wav, dagrab (untested)
cd_device = "/dev/cdrom"    # use which device for ripping
gen_device = "/dev/sgXXX"   # cdda2wav needs the scsi generic device

encoder = "oggenc"          # use which encoder (bladeenc, lame, gogo, l3enc,
                           # mp3enc, xing, oggenc) attention: this is a
                           # symbolic name which is defined later in this file
                           # (see helpers), NOT the executable's name

bitrate = 160               # default bitrate
vbr = 1                     # u
se variable bitrate for encoders which support it

# set up freedb (if needed):
freedb_server = "freedb"    # your freedb server, see freedb_servers below
my_mail = "xxxxx@gmxyz.de"               # your e-mail address, needed for freedb submissions

# if environ.has_key('http_proxy'): del environ['http_proxy']
                           # uncomment above line if you don't want to use
                           # your default proxy for freedb queries

# specify how the resulting files are named:
#   %n: track number
#   %a: artist
#   %t: track title
#   %l: album title
#   %y: album release year - individual track years are unsupported
#   %g: album genre - individual track genres are unsupported

#rename_fmt = "%n.%t"           # encoded files are renamed to
rename_fmt = "%a__%l__%n.%t"# "Artist - Album - 01 - Tracktitle.[ext]"
#rename_fmt_va = "%n.
%a - %t"   # ditto for Various Artists CDs
rename_fmt_va = "%n__%n.%a__%t"
rename_num = "%02i"             # numbering format, used for %n above, e.g.
                               # %02i with leading '0': 01, 02, ... , 11, ...
rename_dir = 1                  # rename directory as well:
#append_year = " (%y)"           # append the year (if given) to dir: " (1999)"
dir_template = "%a/%l"          # if create_dirs is set and freedb data is
                               # available, files are put in
                               # base_dir + "/<artist>/<albumname>".
unusable_chars = "/
"          # put chars which can't be used in filenames
                               # here and their
replacement_chars = ["%", "","_"]   # replacements here. replacement_chars is
                               # automagically stretched to match
                               # unusable_chars' length using the last char
# as fill

# example 1: replace all " " by "_":
# unusable_chars = " "
# replacement_chars = "_"

# example 2: replace umlauts by an alternate representation and kill some
#             special characters:
# unusable_chars = "a"o"u"A"O"U"??*^()[]{}"
# replacement_chars = ["ae", "oe", "ue", "Ae", "Oe", "Ue", "ss", ""]

# example 3: use only lowercase, " " --> "_": (depends on LANG env.var!)
# unusable_chars = " " + uppercase
# replacement_chars = "_" + lowercase

# these influence the status screen while processing tracks
show_time = 1       # display track length instead of "track"
show_names = 1      # set this to 1 to display freedb track names instead
                   # "track_01", ... This will not fit in 80x24 term's

# other stuff:
recurse_dirs = 2                # search how deep for workdir
#searchdirs = ["/opt/mp3", "."] # where to start when searching for workdir
searchdirs = [os.curdir]        # the default is the current directory (".")
                               # if recurse_dirs > 0
base_dir = os.curdir            # where to create the subdir(s) (".")

update_interval = 1.0           # update status screen every ... seconds
max_load = 10                   # only start new encoders when load < max_load

# xtermset related stuff - when enabled, jack uses xtermset to resize your
# xterm so that you can see all tracks.
xtermset_enable = 0             # disable if you don't have xtermset installed
restore_xterm_width = 0
default_width = 80              # your xterm's geometry
default_height = 24             # these are autodetected when using curses

keep_free = 5*2**20     # suspend if less than keep_free bytes are free
                       # don't set this to zero as encoded file size prediction
                       # is always a bit below actua
l sizes => we might need
                       # some extra space.

# more defaults, these can be changed from the command line:
encoders = 1        # encode how many files in parallel
otf = 0             # on-the-fly operation with supported helper apps
create_dirs = 1     # create (and name if applicable) subdir(s)
reorder = 0         # reorder tracks to save space while encoding
keep_wavs = 0       # keep encoded WAVs
only_dae = 0        # only rip, do not code, implies keep_wavs
read_ahead = 99     # number of tracks to read in advance
nice_value = 12     # what nice level (priority) encoders get
overwrite = 0       # overwrite existing files
remove_files = 0    # remove jack.* files when done
silent_mode = 0     # silent-mode means: no output to screen

## Things to do when finished
exec_when_done = 0  # execute commands below when finished, default: no
                   # this is command line controllable
e
xec_rip_done = "eject " + cd_device # eject the CD when ripping is finished
exec_no_err = "play /usr/local/audio/allok.wav"  # play sound when finished
exec_err = "play /usr/local/audio/error.wav"     # this is played when an
                                                # error occured

freedb_dir = ""         # change this to something like "/var/spool/cddb" and
                       # all queries will be done in this (local) directory
                       # later I will allow failed local queries to be
                       # done via network
freedb_pedantic = 0     # don't be pedantic when parsing freedb data, e.g.
                       # the ambigous (various artists) TTITLE
                       # "The Artist - Track a Title - Cool Remix" is split
                       # at the first possible separator.

########################## end of normal options ##############################

# you can add/modify al
l helper apps, here are some examples:
freedb_servers['freedb-user'] = {
   'host': "freedb.freedb.org",
   'id': prog_name + " " + prog_version,
   'mail': "freedb-submit@freedb.org",
   'my_mail': "default"
}

helpers['lame-user'] = {
   'type': "encoder",
   'target': "mp3",
   'cmd': "lame -h -b %r %i %o",
   'vbr-cmd': "lame --r3mix --nohist %i %o",
   'otf-cmd': "lame -h -b %r - %o",
   'vbr-otf-cmd': "lame --r3mix --nohist - %o",

# from lame:     -V n    quality setting for VBR.  default n=4
#                        0=high quality,bigger files. 9=smaller files

   'status_blocksize': 160,
   'bitrate_factor': 1,
   'status_start': "%",
   'percent_fkt': """
s = split(i['buf'], '\\015')
if len(s) >= 2: s=s[-2]
if len(s) == 1: s=s[0]
if find(s, "%") >= 0:       # status reporting starts here
y = split(s, "/")
   y1 = split(y[1], "(")[0]
   percent = float(y[0]) / float(y1) * 100.0
elif find(s, "Frame:") >= 0:    # older versions, like 3.13
   y = split(s, "/")
   y0 = split(y[0], "[")[-1]
   y1 = split(y[1], "]")[0]
   percent = float(y0) / float(y1) * 100.0
else:
   percent = 0

#################### end of auto-generated .jackrc ############################
"""
}






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