[WIP] XBMC + Spotify = True (an XBMC implementation that uses Spotify's official API) - Printable Version
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- calmdown - 2010-01-30 08:32
I really wish this was applied as any other script/plugin to xbmc..
As it is now when replacing xbmc.bin and you are used to regularly update to latest svn of xbmc, it needs to modify the bin file, therefor its not working 100% with the latest changes.
- jeey - 2010-01-30 13:04
calmdown Wrote:I really wish this was applied as any other script/plugin to xbmc..
They actually released the source code, this is something they are also required to do So its not such a big deal
Hopefully down the line it will go into the main branch ?
- BouncinDave - 2010-01-30 13:51
I can confirm that GazWest's guide works perfectly.
- sandos - 2010-01-30 15:00
Found a bug: try hitting play on a playlist.. 100% CPU. Music keeps playing though, but GUI is unresponsive.
- calmdown - 2010-01-30 16:58
When trying to view toplists, nothing shows up, is that a bug/error on my side/not implemented yet?
- gazwest - 2010-01-30 18:06
BouncinDave Wrote:I can confirm that GazWest's guide works perfectly.
Thats great Dave! Glad my newfound linux "skills" could help someone, he he!
I've noticed that it sometimes crashes though. But after I turned off the openGL effects it seems to be OK.
Not 100% sure yet though, but as far as alpha releases go, this is a pretty good one!
- Shank - 2010-02-01 01:35
gazwest Wrote:How to install SpotyXBMC on XBMClive 9.11 32bit.
Thanks for the guide, however I have one issue
sudo wget http://cloud.github.com/downloads/akezeke/spotyxbmc/alpha009_ubuntu32.tar.gz
--2010-02-01 00:31:04-- http://cloud.github.com/downloads/akezeke/spotyxbmc/alpha009_ubuntu32.tar.gz
Resolving cloud.github.com... 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, ...
Connecting to cloud.github.com|126.96.36.199|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 403 Forbidden
2010-02-01 00:31:04 ERROR 403: Forbidden.
- akezeke - 2010-02-01 08:19
The downloads are down at the moment due to license problems. There will be a new version based on openspotify available later today or tomorrow!
- Shank - 2010-02-01 09:04
Thx kinda explained my 403 error :-)
- gazwest - 2010-02-01 10:41
Allright! Looking forward to it. Will try to write a new newbie guide when the new version is out.
Although, I have some feedback for you.
CPU usage is at 100% as long as the spotify 'app' is open. If i select a song, and go back to the main XBMC menu, CPU usage drops to normal levels again (the song is still playing though.)
I go back to spotify and look for a new track - CPU usage goes up to 100% again. Are there any logs or anything else I can provide you with to help you look into this problem? As far as I know, this is a problem most users encounter when using SpotyXBMC.
BUT! I got to field-test SpotyXBMC this saturday. I had a party at home, and people used the app all night long. It worked without problems! :-)
- gazwest - 2010-02-02 16:00
No news from Akezeke?
- topfs2 - 2010-02-02 16:17
gazwest Wrote:No news from Akezeke?
Compile it yourself if your desperate, the code is available, our give the developer some room to work.
- Drbell - 2010-02-02 17:04
So is this available for Windows in any way (other than compiling code oneself)?
I'm crossing my fingers this makes it to the main build sometime, or at least becomes a supported plugin rather than having to hack it into the main product ourselves.
Looks fantastic - can't wait to give it a go.
- reta - 2010-02-02 20:02
Monthefish Wrote:You wont get it on windows as there isn't an API that lets you play music via 3rd party API yet.
Then how come Dave got it working on Windows, is this something he is working on? As you've probably already seen, this was posted on his site 2 weeks ago:
"A working build for Windows using the openspotify API is now completed. Also note that the possibility to play Spotify playlists is also implemented!"
- Monthefish - 2010-02-02 20:29
If you go to the site of the guy who is developing the Api he is using libopenspotify only playback in Linux is currently supported which was added on the 22nd of jan....still no support for windows song playback ie hear the music playing