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NAME

cocoju - a console front-end for your favorite command-line audio player

SYNOPSIS

cocoju [-v] [-a] [-h] [-f] [homedir] [-- player arg1 arg2 ... [%f] ... argn ...]

DESCRIPTION

cocoju is a console front-end for your favorite command-line audio player. It allows you to play your music. It is written in ANSI C and is POSIX.1 compliant. Browse your audio and video files and play them, If you want to play all files in a directory and its sub-directories: press the 'f' key to open the directory and all its sub-directories, Enjoy...

OPTIONS

The base directory of cocoju is homedir. If no directory is specified, homedir is the working directory.

-v

Just print the version of cocoju and then exit.

-a

Deactivate the autoplay mode when cocoju starts. See below for details about the autoplay mode.

-h

Show hidden files (files whose name begins with a ".").

-f

Open recursively all subdirectories of homedir and place all the files in the list to be displayed when cocoju starts.

--

If "--" is used then, instead of using mplayer by default, cocoju will call player with argument arg1, arg2, ... to play your files. If the arguments of player have to be passed in a given order, then you can tell cocoju at which position the filename should be using %f. For example, if you call cocoju with

cocoju ~ -- cvlc %f --play-and-stop

then, to play filename.ogg, cocoju will execute:

cvlc filename.ogg --play-and-stop

The %f is not mandatory. If it is not specified, then cocoju will add filename.ogg at the end:

cvlc --play-and-stop filename.ogg

MODES

When not in autoplay mode, once a file has finished playing, cocoju just stops and waits for the user. This is the default. When in autoplay mode, once a file has finished playing, the choice of the next file to be played follows these rules: in normal mode, the next file is the following file in the same list ; in repeat mode, the next file is the same file ; in shuffle mode, the next file is a random file in the same list.

GENERAL SHORTCUTS

x

Stop playing music.

q, CTRL+D

Quit cocoju.

h

Go to homedir.

:dir

Go to directory dir.

a

Autoplay mode on/off.

s

Shuffle mode on/off.

r

Repeat mode on/off.

p

Pause/resume.

i

Highlight the currently playing file.

/pattern

Search forward in the list the next occurence of pattern.

n

Find the next occurence of pattern.

N

Find the previous occurence of pattern.

v

Play the next file, which depends on the chosen mode. See above for details.

=

On operating systems supporting the SIGWINCH signal like Linux, BSDs cocoju is resized automatically when the terminal's size is changed. But on other operating systems not supporting the SIGWINCH signal, if the terminal's size changes, the user can tell cocoju to fit into the new size by pressing '='.

u

Go to parent directory if any.

BACKSPACE

Go to previously opened list of files if any.

5, CTRL+R

Refresh the list.

f

When a directory is seleted, open recursively all its subdirectories and place all the files in a new list.

AUTHOR

cocoju and this man page were written by Guillaume Quintin <coincoin169g@gmail.com>