Yes it's working nicely once I added that module.
I like it very much - you even flick through the artist pictures!
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Subject: [slim] Artist's biography plugin
> Hmmm. It seems it wasn't just the proxy. Your MHCPAN.zip does not
> contain HTML::HeadParser?
Thanks for the hint! I uploaded a new set to
> 500 Can't locate HTML/HeadParser.pm in @INC (@INC contains: C:\Program
> Files\SlimServer\server\Plugins C:\Program Files\
> SlimServer\server\Plugins\SlimScrobbleSupport C:\Program
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> Subject: [slim] Artist's biography plugin
>> I think it will probably work for most people I'm just behind a work
>> proxy here
>> I tried Dot Allison, Franz Ferdinand & David Byrne (I still only have
> Not really exotic stuff.
>> mp3s at work ha ha) and certainly FF have an allmusic page.
> Should work with some streams, too. Tried Radio Paradise and
>> I believe one needs to explicity specify the proxy, something like
> Thanks! In the meantime I added the following on line ~218:
> $ua->proxy('http', 'http://' . Slim::Utils::Prefs::get('webproxy')) if
> Seems pretty similar to me...
>> The thought occurs that many people must be setting up their own
>> UserAgents in plugins.
> At least four of mine do... And I never cared about proxies. :-/
>> I wonder is there a generic SlimServer one we can use that will do
>> proxy etc automatically?
> Not that I knew.
> Thanks a lot for point the proxy problem out!
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2005-02-04, 09:40 #1Craig, James (IT)Guest
Artist's biography plugin