A native GTK *sonic client.
Built using Python and GTK+.
- Connect to multiple Subsonic-API-compliant servers.
- Play music through Chromecasts on the same LAN.
- DBus MPRIS interface integration for controlling Sublime Music via playerctl, i3status-rust, KDE Connect, and other DBus MPRIS clients.
- Browse Albums, Artists, and Playlists.
- Play queue.
- Create/delete/edit Playlists.
- Cache songs for offline listening.
Via the AUR:
Install the sublime-music package. Example using yay:
yay -S sublime-music
In the future, you will be able to install via Flathub. For now, if you want to try the Flatpak, you will have to install it manually by visiting the Releases page and downloading the .flatpak file from there.
Then, you can install Sublime Music with:
sudo flatpak install sublime-music.flatpak
and run it by executing:
flatpak run com.sumnerevans.SublimeMusic
pip install sublime-music
- Python 3.7
- Probably other things… Please create an MR with any other dependencies that you had to install to develop the app.
Install the Sublime Music app locally (commands may differ from what is described below, this is merely an outline):
pip install -e . --user pip install -r dev-requirements.txt
Building the flatpak
- A flatpak-builder environment must be setup on the build machine to do a flatpak build. This includes org.gnome.SDK//3.34 and org.gnome.Platform//3.34.
- The flatpak folder contains the required files to build a flatpak package.
- The script flatpak_build.sh will run the required commands to grab the remaining dependencies and build the flatpak.
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