I’ve released Mopidy-MPRIS 2.0, the first major update to Mopidy-MPRIS in about 3.5 years.
Mopidy-MPRIS is a Mopidy extension that makes Mopidy controllable from other programs on the same machine through D-Bus. This makes it possible to control Mopidy from various widgets in GNOME/KDE/etc, as well as with keyboard media keys.
This release replaces the
python-dbus D-Bus bindings with
modernize the code base and prepare it for the move to Python 3. It also wires
up a lot of events so that various UI elements are immediately updated when the
server state changes.
As part of the release, the documentation has been greatly extended, including a survey of some MPRIS clients and tips on how to run Mopidy-MPRIS on the system bus. Throughout the documentation, I’ve added calls for help wherever something isn’t working perfectly and I haven’t figured it out yet. Even with these rough spots, this is easily the best Mopidy-MPRIS release so far.
For all the details, check out the changelog.
This blog post was originally published at jodal.no.