[mythtv] LastFM support in MythMusic
wligtenberg at gmail.com
Sat Feb 16 21:04:55 UTC 2008
Just an update for all the people who can't wait to scrobble their songs...
I have created a menu, inside the music settings for the last.fm settings.
And I now print some song information when it should be scrobbled.
So the only thing left is the communication with the server.
And I'm going to look into that tomorrow, so with luck the scrobbling
will be working tomorrow.
On Feb 14, 2008 1:15 PM, Ashley Bostock <abostock at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 14/02/2008, Willem Ligtenberg <wligtenberg at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Any help on the code is appreciated, even PERL ;)
> > But maybe it is better to use the new api, or as a colleague of mine
> > pointed to me, have a look at lastfmproxy and make MythMusic depend on
> > that. But I haven't had the time of investigating it further. But any
> > ideas on this are welcome.
> > Since this will be my first Mythtv development. I have just installed
> > a fresh SVN version on my dev system, I have it compiled now, so I am
> > good to go!
> > This weekend Saturday night (GMT+2) I will have some spare time, so I
> > will be in #mythtv, and see if anyone there is able to help me get
> > started. The first and maybe easiest to do is get the scrobbling in
> > there.
> > Cheers,
> > Willem
> The code that was added in version 15222 is probably useful to your
> I requested that for my Perl script to make sure that I didn't submit tracks
> that hadn't played for long enough...
> INSERT INTO settings (value,data,hostname) VALUE('MusicLastPlayDelay?',
> '240', 'HOSTNAME');
> If you set that db entry when someone enabled last.fm in mythmusic, you
> could then hook off of the code which sets the lastplay time to work out
> when it is then ok to submit the track (you'd need to also check the song is
> longer than a 30second clip).
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