Jason Huck | 1 Apr 01:43 2003

Re: Re[2]: Xmms Playlist Track Display

I always wondered about that. Just made a quick test file with the #EXT info
included, and either I screwed something up, or iTunes doesn't support it.
It played the song, but didn't display the extra info. Bummer.

> This explains why Winamp seems to display Artist, Track, etc. in
> Playlists while Audion and every other Mac Player only displays
> filename (if I'm lucky) or even less appealing, the track's url.

>>> All netjuke would have to do it put the ID3 info(which it probably
>>> already has) with the m3u list it is sending. A quick glance at the
>>> m3u file netjuke sends has no #EXT info listed.

>> Netjuke already does include these #EXTINF lines in the playlist but
>> this is apparently limited to windows at the moment
>> ($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'] contains "windows"). If XMMS or players
>> on other systems use the #EXTINF data it might be a good idea to
>> extend the support though.

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Kevin Stussman | 1 Apr 01:56 2003

Re: Re[2]: Xmms Playlist Track Display

Make sure the format is exactly like this:

#EXTM3U
#EXTINF:292,Amon Tobin - Out From Out Where - Back From Space
http://wheezy/netjuke/var/music/mp3-vol1/complete/Amon%20Tobin/Out%20From%20Out%20Where/01%20-%20Back%20From%20Space.mp3
#EXTINF:235,Amon Tobin - Out From Out Where - Verbal (Feat. Mc Decimal
http://wheezy/netjuke/var/music/mp3-vol1/complete/Amon%20Tobin/Out%20From%20Out%20Where/02%20-%20Verbal%20%28feat.%20MC%20Decimal%20R%29.mp3
#EXTINF:367,Amon Tobin - Out From Out Where - Chronictronic
http://wheezy/netjuke/var/music/mp3-vol1/complete/Amon%20Tobin/Out%20From%20Out%20Where/03%20-%20ChronicTronic.mp3

If you just remove the "windows" limitation in the code in the php, it
will produce results like this (which doesn't work for xmms anyway).

#EXTM3U
#EXTINF:292,Amon Tobin - Out From Out Where - Back From Space
#EXTINF:235,Amon Tobin - Out From Out Where - Verbal (Feat. Mc Decimal
#EXTINF:367,Amon Tobin - Out From Out Where - Chronictronic
http://somehost/netjuke/var/music/mp3-vol1/complete/Amon%20Tobin/Out%20From%20Out%20Where/01%20-%20Back%20From%20Space.mp3
http://somehost/netjuke/complete/Amon%20Tobin/Out%20From%20Out%20Where/02%20-%20Verbal%20%28feat.%20MC%20Decimal%20R%29.mp3
http://somehost/netjuke/complete/Amon%20Tobin/Out%20From%20Out%20Where/03%20-%20ChronicTronic.mp3

Check out this link for more info :
http://hanna.pyxidis.org/tech/m3u.html
You can save any playlist and look at it with the "save link as" on most
browsers.

Regards,

Kevin.

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Steven Adeff | 1 Apr 02:17 2003
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Hi all, I have a Orinoco Silver Wifi card I bought from my school computer 
store. They don't accept returns for some odd reason, so I'm forced to sell 
it. Its a 802.11b wireless card that supports 64bit WEP. I need 128bit WEP 
though, so its useless to me. It works, and I have all the paper work etc. 
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Jason Huck | 1 Apr 02:20 2003

Re: Re[2]: Xmms Playlist Track Display

Kevin,

Thanks for the link. Looks like I had the format correct. Although I have
artist, album, and track info in a different order than your example - mine
matches this line from play.php:

$playlist .= "#EXTINF:$tr_time,$tr_name - $ar_name ($al_name)\r\n";

...but apparently everything after the time is treated as the song title, so
you can format it however you like.

- Jason

> Make sure the format is exactly like this:
> 
> #EXTM3U
> #EXTINF:292,Amon Tobin - Out From Out Where - Back From Space
> http://wheezy/netjuke/var/music/mp3-vol1/complete/Amon%20Tobin/Out%20From%20Ou
> t%20Where/01%20-%20Back%20From%20Space.mp3
> #EXTINF:235,Amon Tobin - Out From Out Where - Verbal (Feat. Mc Decimal
> http://wheezy/netjuke/var/music/mp3-vol1/complete/Amon%20Tobin/Out%20From%20Ou
> t%20Where/02%20-%20Verbal%20%28feat.%20MC%20Decimal%20R%29.mp3
> #EXTINF:367,Amon Tobin - Out From Out Where - Chronictronic
> http://wheezy/netjuke/var/music/mp3-vol1/complete/Amon%20Tobin/Out%20From%20Ou
> t%20Where/03%20-%20ChronicTronic.mp3
> 
> If you just remove the "windows" limitation in the code in the php, it
> will produce results like this (which doesn't work for xmms anyway).
> 
> #EXTM3U
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Kevin Stussman | 1 Apr 04:02 2003

BUG : Postgres Date Problem (and fix)

Anyone using postgres might notice that the "last login" date for a user
will be something like this on the user admin page:

Last login: 1969-12-31 16:59:59

This is because php cannot parse the Postgresql date : 

2003-03-27 12:50:53.543302-07

This is the standard date format for postgreql. When PHP runs this
through the date("Y-m-d H:i:s",strtotime($field[5])) function (as is
done in user-list.php), I believe it just chokes.

The fix is to use something like :

SELECT email, name, nickname, created, login_cnt,
date_trunc('second',last_login)

in the SQL....of course, this might not be the best solution for
non-postgres people :-)

Regards,

Kevin

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Gordon Mackenzie | 2 Apr 08:53 2003
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Re: Netjuke-users digest, Vol 1 #255 - 10 msgs


> 
> --__--__--
> 
> Message: 2
> Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2003 15:06:45 -0700
> From: Kevin Stussman <kevins <at> solium.com>
> To: netjuke-users <at> lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: Re: [Netjuke-users] Xmms Playlist Track
> Display
> Organization: Solium Capital Inc
> 
> 
> After some digging, I noticed this line in play.php
> : 
> 
> if (
>
stristr(strtolower($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']),"windows")
> ) echo
> "#EXTM3U\r\n";
> 
> which only gives extended m3u info to windows
> clients....why? Is there a
> problem with non-windows people getting this info?
> Xmms seems to read
> #EXTINF just fine...
> 
> Kevin.
> 
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Andreas Jeromin | 2 Apr 16:01 2003
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Reading ID3v2

Hi all

I have problem with update from b16 to b17

The Netjuke read don't the id3v2 Tags from my Files.

I just took MP3-Info shell extension V3.4.21 (unicode),

http://www.mutschler.de/mp3ext

as normal i'll write id3v1 and id3v2 Tags in my mp3-files. by scanning of
new files, netjuke only accept id3v1 not id3v2.

jero

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Randy Perkins | 2 Apr 17:54 2003

Re: Reading ID3v2

On Wed, 2003-04-02 at 09:01, Andreas Jeromin wrote:
Hi all I have problem with update from b16 to b17 The Netjuke read don't the id3v2 Tags from my Files.
hello,

i didnt notice problems reading,
although it could have read the old tag and i didnt realize it

i had my problem when i would try to write back to the tag
using the "edit media" option

The beta (CVS) version of netjuke has changes on the way tags are handled,
and it solved my problems.

i cant recommend downloading the CVS and using it,
because it is not finished

i dont know if you can just update a few files on the b17 version to
get the improvements ????
maybe someone else can tell you how

so i guess i am saying,
i had some problems also,
and i expect things to be better in the next release

see ya
randy

as normal i'll write id3v1 and id3v2 Tags in my mp3-files. by scanning of new files, netjuke only accept id3v1 not id3v2.
that is how a lot of my mp3 are setup also, with both tags

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Jason Huck | 2 Apr 18:08 2003

Re: #EXTINF data and Mac players

>> After some digging, I noticed this line in play.php
>> : 
>> 
>> if (
>> 
> stristr(strtolower($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']),"windows")
>> ) echo
>> "#EXTM3U\r\n";
>> 
>> which only gives extended m3u info to windows
>> clients....why? Is there a
>> problem with non-windows people getting this info?
>> Xmms seems to read
>> #EXTINF just fine...
>> 
>> Kevin.
>> 
> 
> I've tried removing the "if" statement and just have
> the:
> 
> $playlist .= "#EXTINF:$tr_time,$tr_name - $ar_name
> ($al_name)\r\n";
> 
> But I get no such info when playing a subsequentially
> created M3U file from a playlist created in netjuke.
> Just the http string. On  Mac OS X with Audion.
> 
> - Gordon

Gordon,

Same results here with iTunes. Seems these players don't include support for
the #EXT data. Hopefully future versions will.

I believe I'm going to start including it in all playlists anyway, since it
doesn't seem to hurt anything.

Unless someone else has seen different results?

- Jason

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Florian Maul | 2 Apr 20:56 2003
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Re[4]: Xmms Playlist Track Display

Hello Jason,

> I always wondered about that. Just made a quick test file with the #EXT info
> included, and either I screwed something up, or iTunes doesn't support it.
> It played the song, but didn't display the extra info. Bummer.

The problem might also be a playlist-bug in netjuke 1.0b17 which
causes all the #EXTINF lines to be printed at the top of the file.
Just 'save as' the M3U and have a look at its contents, it has to look
like this - maybe it doesn't:

#EXTINF time,track info
http://url.to/your/musicfile.mp3
#EXTINF time,another track info
http://url.to/your/anothermusicfile.mp3

To fix it, check out my bug-report:

>   first of all, I just found a bug in play.php which causes missing
>   MP3EXT-Comments in the M3U Playlist when playing whole albums,
>   artists or genres. In line 186 of play.php an 'echo' command is used
>   that causes all comments being placed before the urls and not
>   interleaved. It should be changed like this:
> 
>   if ( stristr(strtolower($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']),"windows") )
>   $playlist .= "#EXTINF:$tr_time,$tr_name - $ar_name ($al_name)\r\n";
> 
>   That means replacing 'echo' with '$playlist .=' like in the other
>   play-function m3uMe().

Please reply if it works and even if it doesn't let us now if iTunes
ignores the extra #EXTINF lines.

Florian <fmaul <at> gmx.de>

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