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QUVIRC(5)			  quvi Manual			     QUVIRC(5)

NAME
       quvirc -	The simple configuration file for the quvi program

DESCRIPTION
       A quvi configuration file consists of groups of key-value pairs similar
       to the so called	.ini-like configuration	files. quvi uses the GLib to
       parse the configuration.	GLib refers to these files as key files, for
       lack of a better	name.

       The lines beginning with	a # are	considered as comments.	You can
       annotate	your configuration file	using this character. All text after
       the comment character to	the end	of the line is ignored.

       GKeyFile	has some limitations that should be considered when you	use a
       configuration file to configure quvi.

       Multiple	keys
	   Each	group in each configuration file may contain the same key
	   multiple times, note	however	that the last key value	replaces the
	   previously defined value.

       Multiple	groups
	   Configuration files may contain multiple groups with	the same file,
	   they	are however, merged together.

       The syntax of the configuration file is described in detail in the
       Desktop Entry Specification at
       http://freedesktop.org/Standards/desktop-entry-spec

       GKeyFile	is described in	detail in the GLib reference documentation at
       http://developer.gnome.org/glib/stable/glib-Key-value-file-parser.html

PATHS
       The program will	by default search the quvirc file from the typical
       configuration file paths. These paths (order and	location) are
       determined by GLib, based on how	it was configured.

       o   Print the search paths:

	       $ quvi info --print-config-paths
	       /usr/share/gnome/quvi/quvirc
	       /usr/share/gdm/quvi/quvirc
	       /usr/local/share/quvi/quvirc
	       /usr/share/quvi/quvirc
	       /home/legatvs/.local/share/quvi/quvirc
	       /home/legatvs/.config/quvi/quvirc

       Each of the same	group variable value read from another quvirc replaces
       the current value. For example:

	   ~/.local/share/quvi/quvirc
	   [core]
	   stream = foo

	   ~/.config/quvi/quvirc
	   [core]
	   stream = bar

       The program would use "bar" as the core.stream value.

EXAMPLES
       A given quvirc could look like:

	   [core]
	   check-mode-offline =	true
	   print-format	= json
	   subtitle-language = cc_en,tts_en
	   stream = 480p,720p,best
	   #verbosity =	debug

	   [dump]
	   query-metainfo = true

	   [exec]
	   enable-stdout = true
	   external = echo %t,mplayer %u

	   [get]
	   output-regex	= %t:/\\w|\\s/,%t:s/\\s\\s+/ /
	   output-name = %t_%i.%e
	   resume-from = -1
	   throttle = 500

	   [http]
	   #user-agent = foo/1.0
	   enable-cookies = true

SEE ALSO
       quvi-info(1), quvi-dump(1), quvi-get(1),	quvi-scan(1)

FURTHER	RESOURCES
       Home

	   http://quvi.sourceforge.net/

       Development code

	   git://repo.or.cz/quvi-tool.git

       gitweb

	   http://repo.or.cz/w/quvi-tool.git

AUTHORS
       Toni Gundogdu <legatvs@gmail.com>
	   Author.

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to the quvi-devel mailing list
       <quvi-devel@lists.sourceforge.net> where	the development	and the
       maintenance is primarily	done. You do not have to be subscribed to the
       list to send a message there.

LICENSE
       quvi is Free Software licensed under the	GNU Affero GPLv3+

QUVI
       Part of the quvi(1) suite

quvi 0.9.5			  11/10/2013			     QUVIRC(5)

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