On 11/18/2013 10:10 AM, Sébastien Bianti wrote:
I'm not working anymore on DLeyna project, so I send this to the mailing
If Dleyna is well installed, you should easily run the test tools coming
As you mentioned, Dleyna Renderer comes with rendererconsole.py that
allows you to discover renderers, and interact with them.
The main function in this script shows you an example of interaction.
Le 16/11/2013 16:21, Thorsten Sick a écrit :
> Hello Sebastien
> I am looking for a official (+stable, +maintained) python api to dleyna.
> The closest thing to that I found is a test tool in dleyna-renderer you
The dLeyna project doesn't actually provide python APIs as such. It
provides d-Bus APIs. However, as Python's d-Bus bindings are so easy to
use, the dLeyna d-Bus APIs can be used directly in python apps with very
little effort. The rendererconsole and mediaconsole scripts are just
python wrappers around the d-Bus API which we use for testing. They are
not intended to be APIs as such but rather examples of how to call the
APIs from Python.
The d-Bus APIs are stable and documented.
> My goal is to create a controller for my home-network using my Fritz Box
> renderer as output and my raspberry pi server as data-source.
> The controller will have a steampunk style interface (including punch
> cards for music selection). The whole stuff will be Open Source (but
> will require some research and experiments on my side, so expect it to
> be done in half a year or later)
> All that will be documented here:
> Thanks for your help
> Thorsten Sick
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