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Diego Pino Vigo, Spain
Amarok Atom Syndication

Amarok 1.x Scripts by pinowksy 5 comments

Happy you find this useful..^_^

Yes, I know about Last.fm service but haven't tried yet.

The point is that music syndication from Last.fm only applies to the music you listen through Last.fm, if I am correct.

Neither you can customize the links that will be linked to a song on the list, etc.

I think it will be nice if there were a service on the net were you could store syndication files easily. Then you could have, for example, a list of the last songs you have listened to no matter what player or operating system you have used (Amarok from Linux, Windows Media Player from Windows, etc)

Finally, I wrote this weekend a google gadget for consuming contents syndicated with Amarok Atom Syndication. The best thing is that is possible to set up a refreshing interval (10 minutes by default). You can take a look here:

http://thebandarlog.blogspot.com/2007/10/amarok-atom-syndication-reader.html

I submited it to Google Gadget repository but still waiting for the OK to see if they add it or not. I will feel very glad to share it with other users. - Oct 01 2007
Amarok Atom Syndication

Amarok 1.x Scripts by dpino 6 comments

Hello onlineapps,

The error is similar to the previous one, UUID library is not installed in your system. To install it proceed as before,

Run cpan
$ cpan

Then, install UUID
cpan> install Data::UUID

Thanks for the feedback, I did not realize maybe some libraries were missing. In the next released I will add some warnings telling which libraries are needed and how to install them, or better, will add a config script to install those libraries.

Till then, I put down here a list of the libraries used by the script. If someone gets an error on a missing library (I mean, similar to the previous ones) please check this list:

HTTP::Cookies
LWP::UserAgent
File::Find
XML::DOM
Data::Dumper
Data::UUID
URI::Escape - Sep 12 2007
Amarok Atom Syndication

Amarok 1.x Scripts by dpino 6 comments

OK, try to install XML::DOM module first

Open a term and type:

$cpan

If you are running CPAN for the first time, just follow the steps needed

Then, install XML::DOM

cpan> install XML::DOM

Thanks for the feedback, I did not realize maybe some perl configuration was needed to be done

Hope it works now, have fun! - Sep 12 2007