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authorEric Wong <e@80x24.org>2016-01-18 05:18:09 +0000
committerEric Wong <e@80x24.org>2016-01-18 07:02:39 +0000
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perlpod(1) is already installed by default on Debian and
RedHat-based systems; and probably most modern *nixes; pandoc(1)
(and Haskell) are not.

POD also more standardized than Markdown (which flavor? :P),
especially for generating manpages.  So save any potential
documentation editors some disk space by not forcing them to install
Haskell and pandoc.

Finally, I'm a mildly proficient in Perl and do not know Haskell
at all and have a better chance at reading/hacking the source if
the document generator breaks.
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-% dtas-console(1) dtas user manual
-dtas-console - rudimentary curses console client for dtas-player
-dtas-console displays the elapsed decoder time of the track, which can be
-used as an approximation of the current playback time of a track.
-It cannot display an accurate playback time due to variable buffering
-in the sinks and pipes.
-See dtas-player_protocol(7) for a detailed description of the protocol.
-Key bindings are inspired partially by mplayer(1)
-- 'j'/'k' - seek backward/forward 5 seconds
-- LEFT/RIGHT - seek backward/forward 10 seconds
-- UP/DOWN - seek forward/backward 1 minute
-- PGUP/PGDWN - seek forward/backward 10 minutes
-- SPACE - toggle play/pause state of the playback
-- 'p'/'P' - decrease/increase timer resolution
-- BACKSPACE - seek to the beginning of the track
-- 7/8 - decrease/increase ReplayGain preamp
-- 9/0 - decrease/increase software volume
-- '=' - set software volume to 1.0 (no adjustment)
-- 'm' - mute set software volume to 0.0 (mute)
-- 'f'/'F' - decrease/increase ReplayGain fallback_gain value
-- 'r'/'R' - cycle forward/backwards through ReplayGain modes
-- 'q'/Ctrl-C - exit dtas-console
-- 'o' - toggle display between HH:MM:SS and absolute seconds
-DTAS_PLAYER_SOCK - the path to the dtas-player control socket.
-This defaults to ~/.dtas/player.sock
-Increasing timer resolution increases the number of CPU wakeups and
-power consumption.   This defeats the efforts of dtas-player
-configurations which use large buffers (especially in the sink) to
-reduce wakeups and power consumption.
-In rare cases (or poorly-configured systems), increased wakeups from
-dtas-console will also increase contention with the sound card,
-negatively affecting audio quality even if CPU utilization is not
-a problem.
-All feedback welcome via plain-text mail to: <dtas-all@nongnu.org>\
-Mailing list archives available at <http://80x24.org/dtas-all/> and
-No subscription is necessary to post to the mailing list.
-Copyright 2013-2016 all contributors <dtas-all@nongnu.org>.\
-License: GPL-3.0+ <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt>
-dtas-player(1), dtas-player_protocol(7), dtas-ctl(1), dtas-sinkedit(1),