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RE: heavy perl

by BlueLines (Hermit)
on Aug 23, 2000 at 06:50 UTC ( #29147=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to heavy perl

This doesn't look that hard though. According to the docs, something like this should work (I'll never know because I can't find the module anywhere on their site):
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use MPEG::MP3Play; my ($mp3_file)=@ARGV; print "Going to play $mp3_file...\n"; my $mp3=new MPEG::MP3Play (debug => 'all'); $mp3->open($mp3_file); $mp3->play; print "Finished playing $mp3_file\n";
I guess the tricky part is in dealing with the messge queue(??!!) from the SDK. Anyhow, this seems to be a very well documented module. I'm not sure what to tell you if you're having problems other than to read through all of the docs...


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