Play notification sounds.
beepy is a Python language module that allows users to easily play notification sounds on Linux, OSX and Windows. It only works under Python 3.
It is intended to be used when you are running a long analysis in the background and want to know when it is ready.
import beepy beep(sound=1) # integer as argument beep(sound='coin') # string as argument
Currently, beepy only runs on Python 3.
beepy relies on a Python package called simpleaudio which can be also be installed using: pip install simpleaudio.
To install, type: pip install beepy.
sound argument takes eitheer integers (1-7) or string (from the list below) as argument.
Following are the mappings for the numbers: 1 : 'coin', 2 : 'robot_error', 3 : 'error', 4 : 'ping', 5 : 'ready', 6 : 'success', 7 : 'wilhelm'
beepy is currently at pre-alpha stage. But reports can be posted on Github at a later date.
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details.
- beepr The main motivation behind this package is another R package by the name of beepr. I could not find an equivalent for Python, so decided to make my own version of it. You can learn more about beepr here.
- simpleaudio This package is built on top of another package named simpleaudio, and would not be possible in its absence. While it is largely based on simpleaudio, beepy is not meant to replace the simpleaudio package. My sincere thanks to hamiltron for creating simpleaudio.
- Sound Files All sound files used in this package come from freesound.org and were Creative Commons 0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) licenced at the time of creation of this project.
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