SoCo 0.19 release notes¶
SoCo 0.19 is the latest increment to the SoCo module. Among the additions this time are added methods for library share handling, new methods for relative and group volume handling and a new DIDL-Lite class used for certain podcasts. See the full list of additions and bugfixes below.
SoCo (Sonos Controller) is a Python package that allows you to programmatically control Sonos speakers.
New Features and Improvements¶
- Added class
data_structuresmodule to implement the added
object.item.audioItem.musicTrack.recentShowDIDL-Lite object type. Used for podcasts etc. Pull request #677.
- Add support for Python 3.8, pull reques #679
- Add methods
MusicLibrary. Partially addresses issue #678.
- Add a
balanceproperty to the
SoCoclass, allowing get/set of speaker balance, pull request #693. Addresses issue #692. Credit to @tephlon for the idea and the majority of the implementation.
- Add the
set_relative_volume()method to the
SoCoclass, pull request #687
- Add unit test for
soco.music_library.MusicLibrary.delete_library_share()method, pull request #694
- Add deprecation warning concerning the removal of Python 2.7 support, pull request #697
- Add group volume operations, pull request #688
- Fixed broken link in loudness docstring, issue #671
soco.events, fixed bug affecting some users in code to determine system’s own IP address. Some systems requires a valid port to be used (not port 0), so we use
config.EVENT_LISTENER_PORT. Pull request #680.
- Copy metadata from
get_queue()and events. Pull request #589. Closes issues #535, #547 and #552.
- Fixed a bug (avoid trying to iterate a None) in the
discoverymodule, commit c8e4a24