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foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

foo_audioscrobbler is a Last.fm/Audioscrobbler component for foobar2000 1.0 and later.

Features
  • It works independent of the Last.fm client application.
  • It supports the current submission protocol.
  • It sends now playing notifications to your Last.fm profile.
  • Optionally, it can import played tracks from your iPod via the foo_dop component.
  • It has an own group on Last.fm.

Download foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7 (where you can also read the release notes)

Join the foo_audioscrobbler group on Last.fm

Important note: If your submissions do not appear on you Last.fm profile page, please first check the Submissions Server Status.

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #1
Ooh lovely. I'd try this straightaway, but Preston North End (my home city) are playing Leeds in the playoff finals, it's just about to start, so i'll have to wait a couple of hours to try it:D

Thank you.





foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #6
does the plugin without the installer need libcurl.dll?

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #7
Wow, thanks!

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #8
How does this compare to the Audioscrobbler beta program that the Last.fm people are pushing?
~

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #9
Thank you.

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #10
does the plugin without the installer need libcurl.dll?

No, even the installer doesn't include libcurl. It's a complete rewrite without libcurl, because libcurl caused some problems.

[quote author=lav-chan link=msg=389748 date=1146872064]How does this compare to the Audioscrobbler beta program that the Last.fm people are pushing?[/quote]
It's comparable to the standalone plugin we had for foobar2000 0.8.3 (but hopefully without the bugs :B). It does the same as the new beta Audioscrobbler, except that you won't need to run the additional Audioscrobbler application in the system notification area.

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #11
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Come on man, like it was a big deal having an installer.... wink.gif

Actually it is. There is an English word for it too, the word is `overkill'. Or do you by chance pack an installer with every single file you send to your friends via email? I hope you don't.

@OP:
So far the plugin has worked without problems. Thank you for this update.

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #12
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Come on man, like it was a big deal having an installer.... wink.gif

Actually it is. There is an English word for it too, the word is `overkill'. Or do you by chance pack an installer with every single file you send to your friends via email? I hope you don't.

@OP:
So far the plugin has worked without problems. Thank you for this update.


Then just run the installer and save the dll it installs. Not hard for a l33t installer hater like you eh? 

I actually agree with you personally, i'd rather have the dll, but I  think the OPs response was provoked by you calling an installer 'crap'. Other people find them useful and you could have been a bit more polite.

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #13
Can you please stop talking about the installer. There is the choice, just download what you prefer.

Personally I don't need the installer, but I kept it because all previous releases of the component are shipped with an installer. I thought I could circumvent a discussion about it, by simply keeping it like it was before.

Obviously I was wrong.

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #14
Ah, sorry about that.

I've got round to trying this and i'm getting this in my console:

Not submitting. Cache contains 1 tracks.
Not submitting. Cache contains 2 tracks.
Not submitting. Cache contains 3 tracks.
Not submitting. Cache contains 4 tracks.
Not submitting. Cache contains 5 tracks.
Not submitting. Cache contains 6 tracks.
Not submitting. Cache contains 7 tracks.
Not submitting. Cache contains 8 tracks.

last.fm appears to be up. Any ideas?

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #15
What do you get on the console when you start foobar2000. Is there some message about handshaking?

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #16
What do you get on the console when you start foobar2000. Is there some message about handshaking?


Ah, I got it to work by deleting my config file. Thank you.

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #17
Submitting track to Audioscrobbler...
Submission failed: bad authorization.
Submitting 2 cached tracks to Audioscrobbler...
Submission failed: bad authorization.
Submitting 3 cached tracks to Audioscrobbler...
Submission failed: bad authorization.
Submitting 4 cached tracks to Audioscrobbler...
Submission failed: bad authorization.
Submitting 5 cached tracks to Audioscrobbler...
Submission failed: bad authorization.

it was working fine earlier...

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #18
Did you try to restart foobar2000? Normally a re-handshake should solve BADAUTH issues.

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #19
I updated the component, but everytime I close foobar2000, the program window disappears, but the process remains active. To be sure it's not another component (I updated several), I renamed the extension to .dl_ and foobar2000 closes entirely now.

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #20
Unfortunately, the hanging issue seems to be still there.

If you are interested, this is what the console reads:

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Startup time : 0:00.160779
Handshaking: Client up to date.
Submit interval set to 1 seconds.
Handshake successful.

foo_audioscrobbler 1.4.7

Reply #21
I also noticed foobar.exe ghost after installing foo_audioscrobbler. Deleted it and haven't had any since.

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Reply #22
FWIW, I don't get a ghost process when I quit fb2k, and I have this component installed.



 
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