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Amarok 1.x Scripts
wabaroK - amaroK web interface

Amarok 1.x Scripts 30 comments

by jjl
Score 50.0%
Dec 04 2005
I have answered in the forum. - Sep 29 2006
Yes it is not dead :) In fact 0.1.3 does not work with MySQL. I've released a beta version to correct the problem (see on )

About amaroK 1.4, I think that I'll wait for ubuntu dapper to be released. So that I will just have to install packages (yes I'm lazy ;) ) - Feb 28 2006
Hi, thanks for your comments.
Well I'm not sure to understand what you'd like. I also have artists without album and they are listed in artists.
But the songs are not listed in the 'Albums of artist' (2nd screenshot). Is it your wish ? - Dec 31 2005
Hi, Thanks for your feedback. Yes the requests are treated by only one thread.
I think this will change for next version. I hope to release it by the end of january. - Dec 31 2005
Well, I wanted to "HTMLize" my collection, so I've search for scripts to do that. I've found 2 (yours and another) but they didn't fullfil my needs (I prefer a dynamic version but I don't want to run apache/mysql nor migrate my db)
So I developed mine. (full story in french on my blog
I've added links to thoses scripts in the description. - Dec 04 2005
Thanks for your report. I've missed this issue wich is really bad :(
Now it is corrected (0.1.3), the script can only display files within collection directories (from amaroK configuration) - Dec 04 2005
This should now be corrected with 0.1.2 (thanks to Dave help);
MySQL does not support the standard || concatenation.
Now used Db is detected and requests are updated according to it. - Nov 30 2005
Well, as every other scripts in this category, you can install it with the amaroK menu : Tools/Scripts
You can also look at this script web page (Link at the top), I've made a documentation with Install instructions and screenshots. - Nov 29 2005
With debug=1, most of the ouput should be on stdout. So you can start the script (~/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/wabaroK/ from command line (amaroK should be running) and redirect stdout to a file.
With this file, I hope I can find where your problem come from.
Thanks - Nov 28 2005
Hum I reproduced that if dcop send me a line without \n. That should not append.
If it is, this should be corrected with 0.1.1. If not you can set debug=1 in file ~/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/wabaroK/ and send me the output and the file ~/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts-data/wabaout.log
(maybe by mail because this will be quite huge)
Thank you - Nov 27 2005
Thanks for your feedback
Well it's strange you cannot install it, because I follow the amaroK wiki to create the package and I can install it. Wich version of amaroK do you have ?
I've tried a new way to create the tar file (v0.1.1), maybe it will be better. - Nov 27 2005

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by jjl
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Sep 23 2006
Thanks for your feedback.
I've added your translation and updated the script to work with both tags.
The 2 cameras I've tested set both of them (Nikon E5200 & Panasonic DMCLX1) ... quite strange that yours do not :-? - Jul 26 2006

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by jjl
Score 50.0%
Nov 02 2005
Thanks for your comment.
I will look at such an option but this should complicate the script a bit :)
Anyway you could do that with a find command (from iso-8859-1 to utf-8) :
find . -type f -execdir iso-8859-1 utf-8 {} \;
(This works only for files) - Nov 14 2005
Yes, that's a good idea (up to now I've only had the problem on files). I've done new version including directories.
Thanks - Nov 02 2005
Default value is ISO-8859-1. To change it, juste edit the changeFilenameCode.desktop file and replace iso-8859-1 (on the 2 Exec lines) by your needed code.
You can use any code supported by iconv. - Oct 23 2005