python-mpd2(?) kills playlist entry

ncmpc is a fully featured MPD client, which runs in a terminal (using ncurses). Its goal is to provide a keyboard oriented and consistent interface to MPD, without wasting resources.
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JoergZ
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python-mpd2(?) kills playlist entry

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I'm testing to control mpd by python-mpd2 library. I've two mpd servers (both Raspberry Pi 3). At one server the current playlist entry is deleted if I used the MDPClient.next() function at the other server this does not happen. If I look with NCMPC at the servers I can see a small letter 'c' top right at the first server, at the other server there is a 'r'. Is it the reason? And how can I delete/change the 'c'?

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Re: python-mpd2(?) kills playlist entry

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That's consume mode. Toggle with "C" in ncmpc or with "mpc consume".

JoergZ
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Re: python-mpd2(?) kills playlist entry

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@max Thx! That's it!

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