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I rewrote the bsl_audioscrobbler plugin completely. Now it also shows album cover art.
A few caveats:
Thanks again for providing your code for caching. You probably already know, but from that code I saw you were still suing AWS 3.0. There is a new API out for ECS 4.0 (they changed the name). It’s not that big of a deal, but if you want to keep up to date, I’d figure I’d let you know.
I saw that there was a new api, but none of the code examples included PHP, so I imagined that they had not released a PHP api and started coding with the older API for which I’d found a PHP script. Thanks for the comment, it actually switched on my brain and I googled “amazon ecs php” which actually returns more useful results than “amazon php api”.
I’m having a slight problem with this plugin, as txp:am_link just seems to link back to my own site.. (and not to the song on Amazon)
Last edited by Nooon (2005-10-04 12:26:32)
True – wonderful – but is there a way to get the charakters right? For example “Cesária Évora.” becomes “Ces�ria �vora”. Same thing with swedish characters as å, ä, ö. And it is only appearing at that place.
Last edited by yaform (2005-12-08 14:25:45)
all we need is some creactivism
I was wondering if you or anyone you know of has planned to make use of all the other RSS or XML data feeds from audioscrobbler in a TP plug-in.
They’ve got alot of data feeds, personally I’d love to have my listening habits charted out on a page, ie. top 10/20/30 most listened to artists, albums, songs.
Also, the bls_audioscrobbler plug in didn’t allow more than one instance of the plug-in on on the same page. I haven’t implimented your plug-in, but if more than one instance (ex. most recent at top of page, ten most recent at bottom, to conserve header space etc… ) isn’t allowed, I was wondering if it’s been suggested.
Last edited by kitkioto (2005-12-27 01:14:38)