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authorwm4 <wm4@nowhere>2020-08-05 22:37:47 +0200
committerwm4 <wm4@nowhere>2020-08-05 22:37:47 +0200
commit13d354e46d27fd0c433880839abcf9096dbcbc2f (patch)
tree8b410c67db9a1ee0573892386d442019b54122da /
parentf457f3839a88447bdef2ecb3ea8b8e37864f9b93 (diff)
auto_profiles: add this script
This is taken from a somewhat older proof-of-concept script. The basic idea, and most of the implementation, is still the same. The way the profiles are actually defined changed. I still feel bad about this being a Lua script, and running user expressions as Lua code in a vaguely defined environment, but I guess as far as balance of effort/maintenance/results goes, this is fine. It's a bit bloated (the Lua scripting state is at least 150KB or so in total), so in order to enable this by default, I decided it should unload itself by default if no auto-profiles are used. (And currently, it does not actually rescan the profile list if a new config file is loaded some time later, so the script would do nothing anyway if no auto profiles were defined.) This still requires defining inverse profiles for "unapplying" a profile. Also this is still somewhat racy. Both will probably be alleviated to some degree in the future.
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1 files changed, 2 insertions, 1 deletions
diff --git a/ b/
index 6e5838f771..c57619b353 100644
--- a/
+++ b/
@@ -85,7 +85,8 @@ def build(ctx):
lua_files = ["defaults.lua", "assdraw.lua", "options.lua", "osc.lua",
- "ytdl_hook.lua", "stats.lua", "console.lua"]
+ "ytdl_hook.lua", "stats.lua", "console.lua",
+ "auto_profiles.lua"]
for fn in lua_files:
fn = "player/lua/" + fn