Capt Capt - 4 months ago 69
Javascript Question

Any JavaScript parser for .lrc?

I was using the code from Kejun's Blog .

I want to parse a .lrc (which is basically a lyrics file) so as to get the time variable as well as the string(read lyrics) . I tried out this code and could not seem to get the output .

<html>
<head>
<script src="jquery-1.7.1.js"></script>
<script>
$(document).ready(function () {
$.ajax({
type: "GET",
url: "a.txt",
dataType: "text",
success: function (data) {
parseLyric(data);
}
});
});

var _current_lyric = new Array();

function convertLRCLyric(inf) {
inf += "n";
var lyric = inf.match(/([(d{2}:d{2}(.d{1,2}){0,1})]){1,}W*n|([(d{2}:d{2}:d{2}(.d{1,2}){0,1})]){1,}W*n/ig);
var l_s = '',
l_tt, l_ww, l_i, l_ii;
if (!lyric || !lyric.length) {
return;
}

for (l_i = 0; l_i < lyric.length; l_i++) {
l_tt = lyric[l_i].match(/([d{2}:d{2}(.d{1,2}){0,1}])|([d{2}:d{2}:d{2}(.d{1,2}){0,1}])/ig);
l_ww = lyric[l_i].replace(/[S+]/ig, '').replace(/n{1,}/ig, '');
for (l_ii = 0; l_ii < l_tt.length; l_ii++) {
l_tt[l_ii] = l_tt[l_ii].replace(/[/,'').replace(/]/, '');
if (l_tt[l_ii].search(/d{2}:d{2}:d{2}.d{2}/g) >= 0) {
_current_lyric[l_tt[l_ii].substring(0, l_tt[l_ii].length - 1)] = l_ww;
} else if (l_tt[l_ii].search(/d{2}:d{2}:d{2}.d{1}/g) >= 0) {
_current_lyric[l_tt[l_ii]] = l_ww;
} else if (l_tt[l_ii].search(/d{2}:d{2}:d{2}/g) >= 0) {
_current_lyric[l_tt[l_ii] + ".0"] = l_ww;
} else if (l_tt[l_ii].search(/d{2}:d{2}.d{2}/g) >= 0) {
_current_lyric["00:" + l_tt[l_ii].substring(0, l_tt[l_ii].length - 1)] = l_ww;
} else if (l_tt[l_ii].search(/d{2}:d{2}.d{1}/g) >= 0) {
_current_lyric["00:" + l_tt[l_ii]] = l_ww;
} else if (l_tt[l_ii].search(/d{2}:d{2}/g) >= 0) {
_current_lyric["00:" + l_tt[l_ii] + ".0"] = l_ww;
}
}
}
}

function parseLyric(allText) {
_current_lyric = [];
convertLRCLyric(allText);
var ly = "";
for (var time in _current_lyric) {
ly += time + "--" + _current_lyric[time] + "n";
}
alert(ly);
}
</script>
</head>
<body>

</body>
</html>


But i keep getting a blank alert . Any help would be great . Thanks in advance .

Answer

Answer :

Ok so i built my own parser ,Here is the code

var contents = " " ;
function readMultipleFiles(evt) {
    //Retrieve all the files from the FileList object
    var files = evt.target.files;

    if (files) {
        for (var i = 0, f; f = files[i]; i++) {
            var r = new FileReader();
            r.onload = (function (f) {
                return function (e) {
                    contents = e.target.result;
                   processData(contents);
                };
            })(f);
            r.readAsText(f);
        }
    } else {
        alert("Failed to load files");
    }
}
document.getElementById('fileinput').addEventListener('change', readMultipleFiles, false);



var allTextLines = " ";
var lyrics = [];
var tim = [] ;
var line = " ";


// parsing the Lyrics 
function processData(allText) { // This will only divide with respect to new lines 
    allTextLines = allText.split(/\r\n|\n/);

     next();
   } 
 function next()
 {
for (i=0;i<allTextLines.length;i++)
{
if (allTextLines[i].search(/^(\[)(\d*)(:)(.*)(\])(.*)/i)>=0 )// any line without the prescribed format wont enter this loop 
{
    line = allTextLines[i].match(/^(\[)(\d*)(:)(.*)(\])(.*)/i);
        tim[i] = (parseInt(line[2])*60)+ parseInt(line[4]); // will give seconds 
        lyrics[i]= line[6] ;//will give lyrics 

 }
 }  

  } 
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