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    [Announce] Spotty 2.7.x - SpotifyConnect for your Squeezebox

    > Just tried and the Perl error is gone The result when running it with
    > no arguments is a plain 'Done.', not sure if I should expect anything
    > more verbose. Then I run with the IP:PORT for the LMS server running
    > Spotty. I then got no output, no 'Done.' I mean.


    Hmm... try this one?

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/mw79k0u17a...Files.zip?dl=0

    You said you installed Perl. Would you be able to install missing
    modules (there should be the Perl Package Manager or similar in the
    Windows menu) and run the following file manually from the command line?:

    https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mi...FolderFiles.pl

    if it's complaining about a missing module (eg. File::Slurp, or
    File::Next), install it using PPM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > Just tried and the Perl error is gone The result when running it with
    > no arguments is a plain 'Done.', not sure if I should expect anything
    > more verbose. Then I run with the IP:PORT for the LMS server running
    > Spotty. I then got no output, no 'Done.' I mean.


    Hmm... try this one?

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/mw79k0u17a...Files.zip?dl=0

    You said you installed Perl. Would you be able to install missing
    modules (there should be the Perl Package Manager or similar in the
    Windows menu) and run the following file manually from the command line?:

    https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mi...FolderFiles.pl

    if it's complaining about a missing module (eg. File::Slurp, or
    File::Next), install it using PPM.

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    Michael
    Thanks again Michael. Tried what you suggested and it did complain about File::Slurp. But through ppm I could not install File::Slurp, it does not seem to be an available package to install. There was a File::Slurp::Tiny, but installing that did not help, it still complained about missing File::Slurp. I am then running ActivePerl 5.28, from the activestate website. Should I try to go back to an earlier version possibly? Or switch to any other Perl distribution?

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    [Announce] Spotty 2.7.x - SpotifyConnect for your Squeezebox

    Can you try the latest binary I posted?

    > Am 06.10.2019 um 12:00 schrieb mykee <mykee.97hotz (AT) no-mx (DOT) forums.slimdevices.com>:
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    > mherger wrote:
    >>> Just tried and the Perl error is gone The result when running it

    >> with
    >>> no arguments is a plain 'Done.', not sure if I should expect anything
    >>> more verbose. Then I run with the IP:PORT for the LMS server running
    >>> Spotty. I then got no output, no 'Done.' I mean.

    >>
    >> Hmm... try this one?
    >>
    >> https://www.dropbox.com/s/mw79k0u17a...Files.zip?dl=0
    >>
    >> You said you installed Perl. Would you be able to install missing
    >> modules (there should be the Perl Package Manager or similar in the
    >> Windows menu) and run the following file manually from the command
    >> line?:
    >>
    >> https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mi...FolderFiles.pl
    >>
    >> if it's complaining about a missing module (eg. File::Slurp, or
    >> File::Next), install it using PPM.
    >>
    >> --
    >>
    >> Michael

    >
    > Thanks again Michael. Tried what you suggested and it did complain about
    > File::Slurp. But through ppm I could not install File::Slurp, it does
    > not seem to be an available package to install. There was a
    > File::Slurp::Tiny, but installing that did not help, it still complained
    > about missing File::Slurp. I am then running ActivePerl 5.28, from the
    > activestate website. Should I try to go back to an earlier version
    > possibly? Or switch to any other Perl distribution?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    Can you try the latest binary I posted?

    >
    The result was the same. Meaning 'Done' as output when running without any arguments. When providing IP:HOST for the server it returned nothing. Found no trace in the server log. Nothing new to go on I'm afraid.

    /Micke

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    [Announce] Spotty 2.7.x - SpotifyConnect for your Squeezebox

    >> Can you try the latest binary I posted?
    >
    > The result was the same. Meaning 'Done' as output when running without
    > any arguments.


    Hmm... please fire up the Spotify app on your desktop. Go to Settings.
    At the bottom there's a button to get "Advanced Settings" or similar. In
    there you'd find some preference for "Offline Storage" (or similar -
    mine is in German). Please open that path in your Explorer. Then drill
    down its sub-folders. Would there be any *.file files (with the
    extension .file)? How large are those files?

    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    Hmm... please fire up the Spotify app on your desktop. Go to Settings.
    At the bottom there's a button to get "Advanced Settings" or similar. In
    there you'd find some preference for "Offline Storage" (or similar -
    mine is in German). Please open that path in your Explorer. Then drill
    down its sub-folders. Would there be any *.file files (with the
    extension .file)? How large are those files?

    Michael
    There are 501 files with the extensions .file all store in subfolders in the 'offlinestorage' folder. They are from 1 kB up to 1000 kB approx. Although most of them are between 5 and 30 kB I would say. In the root of the 'offline storage' folder there is a file called index.dat that is 59 kB.

    /Micke

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    [Announce] Spotty 2.7.x - SpotifyConnect for your Squeezebox

    > There are 501 files with the extensions .file all store in subfolders in
    > the 'offlinestorage' folder. They are from 1 kB up to 1000 kB approx.


    Ok, here's another build:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/mw79k0u17a...Files.zip?dl=0

    That would log the folder it's looking for that information in as the
    first line of output. Would that be the same as the one in Spotify?

    Could you please post the full output?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > There are 501 files with the extensions .file all store in subfolders in
    > the 'offlinestorage' folder. They are from 1 kB up to 1000 kB approx.


    Ok, here's another build:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/mw79k0u17a...Files.zip?dl=0

    That would log the folder it's looking for that information in as the
    first line of output. Would that be the same as the one in Spotify?

    Could you please post the full output?


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    Michael
    It seems you nailed it!! First ran it without args and it listed files preceeded with Candidate: and completed with Done.

    Second attempt I provided server ip and port. You will see the output from the program below as well as the output on in the server log in the attached files.

    Playlist structure is now appearing nicely when browsing the playlists BIG thanks for your engagement to resolve the problem!

    /Micke
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    [Announce] Spotty 2.7.x - SpotifyConnect for your Squeezebox

    > It seems you nailed it!! First ran it without args and it listed files
    > preceeded with Candidate: and completed with Done.


    Well... I'm confused: this version wasn't supposed to change anything
    but the output. But none of the actual featur set.

    Also there's still no "Found..." line which should tell you what file it
    considered a match.

    > Second attempt I provided server ip and port. You will see the output
    > from the program below as well as the output on in the server log in the
    > attached files.


    The server log file seems to be truncated. Was
    dd1cc5e211ef376ff97f36e94451ca9dd2df8828.file the only file it uploaded,
    or did it uploae more than that one?

    Would you mind zipping C:\Users\micke\AppData\Local\Spotify\Storage\ and
    uploading it to https://www.dropbox.com/request/T3RctyzGgNg0oFDubq6a? I
    still don't understand why the script didn't work in the beginning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    >
    Would you mind zipping C:\Users\micke\AppData\Local\Spotify\Storage\ and
    uploading it to https://www.dropbox.com/request/T3RctyzGgNg0oFDubq6a? I
    still don't understand why the script didn't work in the beginning.

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    The storage directory is now zipped and uploaded Michael. /Micke

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