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TransmissionScreenlet

   0.2beta3  

Screenlet

Score 69%
Downloads:  1121
Submitted:  Nov 9 2008
Updated:  Jan 18 2009

Description:

Features:
  • shows current torrent-listing of your transmission-daemon, sorted by progress

  • control-functions:
    Clear Finished Torrents*
    Add Torrent*
    Open WebUI*
    Open download directory*
    Pause active torrents
    Resume prev. active torrents
    start/stop daemon
    (items marked with * can be activated with buttons)

  • optional: notification when torrent has finished downloading

  • auto-run command on finished torrents


  • Depends:
  • transmission (transmission-remote), tested with v 1.33

  • screenlets, tested with v 0.1.2

  • python-xlib (optional)

  • pynotify (optional)


  • NB:
    the icon is part of the transmission-package, so not made by me.

    some usage examples/ideas for the autorun feature
    1) logging
    script:
    Quote:
    #!/bin/bash
    echo "`date`: $1" >> logfile

    run with:
    /path/to/script %n

    2) stopping or removing
    transmission-remote -t%t --stop
    or
    transmission-remote -t%t --remove
    3) removing torrent based on ratio and moving files to another directory
    script:
    Quote:
    #!/bin/bash
    if [ $(echo "a=$(transmission-remote -t$1 --info | grep Ratio | sed -e 's/ Ratio: //');b=$5;r=0;if(a>=b)r=1;r"|bc) -eq 1 ]
    then
    transmission-remote -t$1 --remove
    mv $3/$2* $4
    fi

    run with:
    /path/to/script %t %n %d "/archive/directory" desired.Ratio
    uncheck "Run above command only once"
    (please set desired.Ratio to 1.0 or higher)

    4) playing sound (e.g. with play)
    5) mail notification

    these scripts are mostly untested, use at own risk




    Changelog:

    v0.2beta3:
    output formatting
    minor bugfix

    v0.2beta2:
    bugfix

    v0.2beta:
  • improvements, cleaner code, fixes

  • python-xlib dependency only optional (it's used to automatically set screenlet-width to screen-width when first started, if python-xlib is not present, it's set to 800pixels)

  • notification (if pynotify is present)

  • new features: start/stop daemon, pause/resume torrents, autorun command

  • -- please note that this is a beta release, so tell me about any bugs you find --

    v0.1.1:
  • bug-fix: listing of torrents didn't necessarily show all torrents

  • added menuitems

  • buttons can be hidden

  • button size according to font


  • v0.1:
    initial release




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     Deluge

     
     by flakon on: Dec 16 2008
     
    Score 50%
    flakonflakon
    Chtulhu

    You will be may do support for deluge?


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     Re: Deluge

     
     by Vaarsuvius on: Dec 16 2008
     
    Score 50%

    definitely not. "Adding" support for deluge would mean rewriting all/most of the code, so this would be a totally different screenlet. I do like the fact that Deluge is written in python, and using deluge instead of transmission would give me a lot of opportunities... but last time I tried deluge, it was way to buggy for me.
    I doubt I will try deluge again anytime soon, so don't expect a screenlet for deluge from me.


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