simadb_cli(1) simadb_cli is a command line interface editor for the sima user DB.

SYNOPSIS

simadb_cli --remove_artist=artist [--dbfile=db_file] [--reciprocal]
simadb_cli --purge_hist [--dbfile=db_file]
simadb_cli --view_all [--dbfile=db_file]
simadb_cli {--bl_curr_trk | --bl_curr_art | --bl_curr_alb | --bl_art=artist_name} [--dbfile=db_file] [--host=mpd_host] [--port=mpd_port]
simadb_cli --remove_bl=row_id [--dbfile=db_file]
simadb_cli --view_bl [--dbfile=db_file]
simadb_cli {{-h | --help} | --version}

DESCRIPTION

This manual page documents briefly the simadb_cli commands.

simadb_cli is a command line interface to get and edit users blacklist database used with MPD_sima. The default database file (see the section called "FILES") can be overridden if you want.

EXAMPLE

Black list edition

Adding to black list. You can add a single track, an album or an artist to the black list. The element to black list is chosen from the currently playing track. Use --bl_curr_trk to prevent simadb_cli to queue this track, --bl_curr_alb or --bl_curr_art respectively for the album and the artist.

Remember you need access to your MPD server to retrieve information to black list. Defaults are localhost:6600 or found in environment variables but you may set it up from command line:

simadb_cli --bl_curr_art -S mympd.example.org

To black list a specific artist (not currently playing) you can use --bl_ar="Artist name to black list".

OPTIONS

The program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes ("-"). A summary of options is included below.

-h, --help

Print help and exit.

--version

Print version and exit.

--bl_art=artist_name

Use to black list artist_name. simadb_cli is checking artist_name is actually in MPD music library (cf -S and -P options to set MPD host/address if necessary).

If artist_name is not found the script print out a list of matching artists.

--bl_curr_trk | --bl_curr_art | --bl_curr_alb

Use to black list the currently playing track|artist|album. You need access to your MPD server, use -S and -P to set MPD host/address if necessary.

-d db_file, --dbfile=db_file

Use the specific file db_file as database.
Default is too use XDG_DATA_HOME (see the section called "FILES").

--purge_hist

Purge history, you may supply an alternative DB file with --dbfile option.

--remove_bl=row_id

Use to remove a black list entry. To get the row_id to suppress use --view_bl option.

--view_bl

Get all entries in the black list.

-P mpd_port, --port=mpd_port

Use the specific port number mpd_port on MPD server. This overrides MPD_PORT environment variable.
Default is 6600.

-S mpd_host, --host=mpd_host

Use the specific host mpd_host as MPD server.
mpd_host can be an IP or a fully qualified domain name as long as your system can resolve it. This overrides MPD_HOST environment variable.
Default is localhost.

FILES

${XDG_DATA_HOME}/mpd_sima/sima.db

SQLite DB file. Usually XDG_DATA_HOME is set to ${HOME}/.local/share.

FEEDBACK/BUGS

The maintainer would be more than happy to ear from you, don't hesitate to send feedback, m[blue]http://kaliko.me/id/m[].

XMPP users are welcome to join the dedicated chat room at m[blue]kaliko.me@conf.azylum.orgm[].

AUTHOR

Jack Kaliko <kaliko@azylum.org>

Wrote this man page and is currently leading MPD_sima project.

COPYRIGHT


Copyright © 2009-2016 Jack Kaliko

This manual page was written for the Debian system (and may be used by others).

Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 3 published by the Free Software Foundation.

On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.