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Library for work with xspf format

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Python package

Library to work with xspf.

Requirements

Installing

Install and update via pip:

pip install -U xspf-lib

Example

  1. Generating new playlist.
>>> import xspf_lib as xspf
>>> killer_queen = xspf.Track(location="file:///home/music/killer_queen.mp3",
                              title="Killer Queen",
                              creator="Queen",
                              album="Sheer Heart Attack",
                              trackNum=2,
                              duration=177000,
                              annotation="#2 in GB 1975",
                              info="https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killer_Queen",
                              image="file:///home/images/killer_queen_cover.png")
>>> anbtd = xspf.Track()
>>> anbtd.location = ["https://freemusic.example.com/loc.ogg",
                      "file:///home/music/anbtd.mp3"]
>>> anbtd.title = "Another One Bites the Dust"
>>> anbtd.creator = "Queen"
>>> anbtd.identifier = ["id1.group"]
>>> anbtd.link = [xspf.Link("link.namespace", "link.uri.info")]
>>> anbtd.meta = [xspf.Meta("meta.namespace", "METADATA_INFO")]
>>> playlist = xspf.Playlist(title="Some Tracks",
                             creator="myself",
                             annotation="I did this only for examples!.",
                             trackList=[killer_queen, anbtd])
>>> print(playlist.xml_string())
<playlist version="1" xmlns="http://xspf.org/ns/0/"><title>Some Tracks</title><creator>myself</creator><annotation>I did this only for examples!.</annotation><date>2020-02-03T14:29:59.199202+03:00</date><trackList><track><location>file:///home/music/killer_queen.mp3</location><title>Killer Queen</title><creator>Queen</creator><annotation>#2 in GB 1975</annotation><info>https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killer_Queen</info><image>file:///home/images/killer_queen_cover.png</image><album>Sheer Heart Attack</album><trackNum>2</trackNum><duration>177000</duration></track><track><location>https://freemusic.example.com/loc.ogg</location><location>file:///home/music/anbtd.mp3</location><identifier>id1.group</identifier><title>Another One Bites the Dust</title><creator>Queen</creator><link rel="link.namespace">link.uri.info</link><meta rel="meta.namespace">METADATA_INFO</meta></track></trackList></playlist>
>>> playlist.write("some_tracks.xspf")
  1. Parsing from file.
>>> from xspf_lib import Playlist
>>> playlist = Playlist.parse("some_tracks.xspf")

License

The license of the project is MIT License - see LICENSE file for details.

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