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Submitted:  Aug 19 2010
Updated:  Aug 22 2010

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conkytransmission

(Aug 23 2010 - You can now find this project on launchpad.net: http://launchpad.net/conkytransmission.
post bugs, follow development, ask questions, submit code...)

Most transmission plugins/scripts for conky I could find were in bash code, and all of them seem really slow and cause conky to flicker when I had > 10 torrents. I decided to try to do better in python. Enjoy!

As of version 0.5, you can change the output via templates. You can even set a custom template path.

Also new in version 0.5 is the addition of command line arguments, which let you gain additional control over conkytransmission, (like sort methods, unit names, and custom template paths). (run ~/.conkytransmission/conkytransmission.py -h" for details)

To install and run:
You will need to install conky.
Also, you will need to install transmission-cli and turn on the transmission web client (web tab in the gui options).

Unzip conkytransmission.tar.gz.
Please read Instructions.txt before running install.sh to install conkytransmission.

I should note:
If conky is loaded before your window manager, when you add torrents or the window size of conky changes in length, conky will cut output off where the window originally ended on all window types besides override. I do not know a fix for this. Conky does NOT behave this way if started after your gnome-session has finished loading and your window manager takes over. If anyone has information about this, I'd really really like to know, as I'm pretty baffled. I don't know if it's a bug, or what.




Changelog:

v0.5 - Aug 21 2010:
* Has an installation script now!
* Added template engine
* Added command line arguments (run "~/.conkytransmission/conkytransmission.py -h" for details)
* Uses lua_bar instead of execbar by default so that the progress bar can be varied in size easily, instead of having to rely on your default_bar_size param

v0.1 - Aug 19 2010:
* Built it. Code is probably not the best, but it seems to work pretty well.




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 by xrdim on: May 28 2011
 
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As said before if characters are not displayed properly try increasing the text buffer size.In my case I just added the following line to the .conkyrc file and it work fine :

text_buffer_size 600


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I'm trying to use this with templates, but every time i put the --templatespath=~/folder/file it comes up with "Could not find templates! Quitt!
What am I doing wrong?
This is the line im using:
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${execpi 3 ~/.conkytransmission/conkytransmission.py --templatespath=/home/mclovin/2-conky/transmission.template}


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