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I had the same problem on a windows box. I hadn’t activated the CURL extension. Open your php.ini file and change the following line:
restart Apache and your problem should be fixed.
All mine ever says is “not listening to music” :(
With an Apple, everything is either easy or impossible. – Unknown
Eh… forget that last post…
I have a feature request for this…
Instead of returning the notlisteningmessage, I wish there was a “not listening image” or were able to output a different form if there was no music playing.
Okay, I’ve searched everywhere for the reason why paularms retracted his post about the authors tag not working. I can’t get it to work either. What did you do that made it work? I’ve tried changing the form to all kinds of types. It should be on article though, right?
Try this, see if it helps (change your username and cache options)
Here is the call from the page template:
<code><txp:rmc_audioscrobbler username=“USERNAME” cachepath=“as_cache” cacheage=“1” limit=“10” form=“audio_center” notlisteningmessage=“Either Audioscrobbler is sucking or I’m not listening to music right now.” notworkingmessage=“Audioscrobbler is sucking at the moment. Please refresh the page.” /></code>
This is my form (type = misc)
<code><li><txp:as_link><txp:author /> – <txp:title /></txp:as_link></li></code>
Last edited by paularms (2005-06-29 22:03:52)
RSL: paularms is using my other audioscrobbler plugin. I’ve just noticed a bug in the documentation, where is says that txp:link should be used you should use txp:permlink instead. My bad, sorry. Try using this:
In your page template:
<txp:bsl_audioscrobbler username="USERNAME" form="audioscrobbler" cachepath="./as_cache" />
And your audioscrobbler form:
<li><txp:permlink><txp:title /> by <txp:author /></txp:permlink></li>
Paul: your wish is my command :p I’ve updated both audioscrobbler plugins, they now both support the attributes notlisteningform and notworkingform. You can get them from my website
Last edited by ruairi (2005-07-03 01:15:38)
Is there some kind of trick to get the forms to work with the bsl_audioscrobbler plugin? Because they are definitely not working for me and just returning the default notworkingmessage/notlisteningmessage.
Is one audioscrobbler plugin better than the other? I’m confused as to why you are still keeping up with two plugins that sound like they do the same thing.
If you’re having problems with the
rmc_audioscrobbler plugin, here’s why: I uploaded the file before I’d actually finished updateing it completely, please download and install it again (it’s what happens at 3am after a beer or two). Also, I’m a bit confused on which plugin you’re using in one post you seem to be using one plugin and in the next the other. I’ve doublechecked the
bsl_audioscrobbler plugin and everything seems alright.
I wasn’t really planning on maintaining
bsl_audioscrobbler, but as I’d made a mistake documenting a tag and the modification was only adding 4 lines of code I updated it as well.
rmc_audioscrobbler is the better of the two, even though the CD covers don’t always correspond to the song that was played, at least it shows some kind of image. Apart from that,
rmc_audioscrobbler code is a bit cleaner and it’s easier to add features to cleaner code ;)