[Twisted-Python] Twisted powered network jukebox

Bob Ippolito bob at redivi.com
Sun Oct 5 16:34:54 EDT 2003

On Sunday, Oct 5, 2003, at 15:46 America/New_York, Michael Porter wrote:

> Hi,
> I've just uploaded the first public version of mpJuke, a network 
> jukebox
> I've been working on. If you're interested take a look at the website:
>     http://www.mpweb.dsl.pipex.com/
> Its written in Python using Twisted, wxPython and pySQLite. In theory 
> it
> should be cross-platform but I have only tested it on Windows 2000 so 
> far.
> It's released under the GPL.
> Windows users can download the binary installer which contains a frozen
> version created with Anthony Tuininga's cx_Freeze utility. This should 
> run
> without any further requirements.
> Users on other platforms will need to download the source code and 
> ensure
> they have the other dependencies available. Then run "mpjukegui.py" to 
> start
> up the server or "mpjukegui.py catalogue" to start the "Catalogue 
> Creator".

Very cool.  I'll probably port this to OS X sometime in the near 
future.  Also, I have some almost-complete code lying dormant that does 
iTunes music sharing (server and client) that might be useful for this 


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