The libmpd package

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A client library for MPD, the Music Player Daemon.


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Dependencies base, mtl, network [details]
License LGPL
Copyright Ben Sinclair 2005-2007
Author Ben Sinclair
Maintainer bsinclai@turing.une.edu.au
Category Network, Sound
Home page http://turing.une.edu.au/~bsinclai/code/libmpd-haskell.html
Uploaded Tue Oct 2 11:03:52 UTC 2007 by BenSinclair
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              libmpd : An MPD client library for Haskell
             --------------------------------------------

Dependencies:
    The Glasgow Haskell Compiler >= 6.4       http://haskell.org/ghc
    Cabal > 1.0                               http://haskell.org/cabal
    network                                   http://hackage.haskell.org/cgi-bin/hackage-scripts/package/network
    mtl                                       http://hackage.haskell.org/cgi-bin/hackage-scripts/package/mtl

Building:
    $ chmod +x configure Setup.lhs
    $ ./Setup.lhs configure --prefix=${HOME}
    $ ./Setup.lhs build
    $ ./Setup.lhs install --user

    This assumes you have Cabal installed. Cabal is installed by
    default with newer GHCs.

Use:
    Import the Network.MPD module and specify the libmpd package
    (-package libmpd) when compiling, or add it to the `Build-Depends'
    list in your `_.cabal' file.

Limitations:
    Most of the API is complete, but some parts, most notably parsing, are
    not yet as good as they could be.

Platforms:
    libmpd has been confirmed to work on:
        Linux/x86
    Seems to work on Windows XP as well, but there is no MPD support for
    that platform.

Latest Sources:
    darcs get http://turing.une.edu.au/~bsinclai/code/libmpd-haskell

License:
    LGPL

Authors:
    Ben Sinclair <bsinclai@turing.une.edu.au>
    Joachim Fasting <joachim.fasting@gmail.com>