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Amarok LyricWiki.org Lyrics

   2.0  

Amarok Script

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Amarok LyricWiki.org Lyrics
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Amarok LyricWiki.org Lyrics
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  9663
Submitted:  May 25 2006
Updated:  Nov 5 2007

Description:

A simple script to retrieve lyrics from LyricWiki.org and display them on the Lyric tab of the context browser. Now you can enjoy having lyrics that can be fixed when incorrect!

As of v2.0 this script now utilizes the LyricWiki.org SOAP API. In the short term this means more reliable results in a shorter time frame. In the long run (future versions) it means being able to edit, update, or add lyrics and albums to LyricWiki directly from Amarok.

Note: In version 2.0 special characters are not displayed properly. This is a problem with the SOAP service and not a problem in the script.

Requires:
Amarok 1.4
Ruby 1.8
QtRuby (Optional)

Note: Kubuntu users should be able to install QtRuby with the following command:
sudo apt-get install libqt0-ruby1.8

Comments and suggestions are appreciated.




Changelog:

v2.0
====

* New: LyricWiki.org's SOAP API has been implemented, improving performance and reliability.
* Bugfix: Search results no longer yeild duplicate song entries.
* Bugfix: Script will check bands starting with "The" by switching the order when using SOAP. Ex: "The Used" will also try searching for "Used, The"

v1.2
====

* Bugfix: Suggestions when no exact match is found should now function reliably.
* Bugfix: Following page redirects would sometimes fail due to spaces in song or artist names.
* Bugfix: Search results no longer yeild links to albums.

v1.1
====

* Bugfix: Missing QTRuby is now handled by the error handling.
* Bugfix: Bug in removal of category information may have truncated lyrics.
* Package fix: Script is now tarred as a directory for easier removal/update.

v1.0
====

* New: Error Handling. The script should no longer crash if unable to connect to LyricWiki.org.
* New: LyricWiki's page redirects are now automatically followed.
* New: Attempts to both find lyrics with case of ID3 tag characters unmodified and with the first letters of words capitalized before searching.
* Bugfix: Category information was sometimes displayed with lyrics.
* Bugfix: Empty lines before and after the lyrics are now removed.

See the full changelog in the About dialog found in Amarok's Script Manager.




LicenseGPL
Source(lyrics_lyricwiki-2.0.amarokscript.tar.gz)
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 UTF8 again

 
 by UncleOwen on: Apr 16 2007
 
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2.0 seems to have problems with UTF8. This worked in the version before.

Example: http://lyricwiki.org/Wise_Guys:Köln_Ist_Einfach_Korrekt

Both firefox and konqueror correctly display the German umlauts, but Amarok/lyricswiki changes them to ü, ä, ö or ß. Looks like it is mistaking UTF8 for ISO_8859-1.


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 Re: UTF8 again

 
 by stifi on: May 11 2007
 
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Same problem here. I am using UTF-8 as locales. When the script fetches Lyrics with non-ASCII characters, they are 'destroyed'. E.g. http://www.lyricwiki.org/Herbert_Grönemeyer:Chaos won't work for me.


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 Re: Re: UTF8 again

 
 by thmwarp on: Nov 7 2007
 
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Same here...

..but it is only, when the artist or the title of the song contains a german umlaut. If there is no umlaut in title or artist, the umlauts in the lyrik are displayed correct.


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 Re: UTF8 again

 
 by ngk-ben on: Apr 27 2008
 
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Bug reported on lyricwiki:
Ruby - Bugs : Any character outside of ASCII is returned malformatted

http://lyricwiki.org/LyricWiki:SOAP

I have no Ruby skills but developed a hack

add
l. 19: require 'iconv' #utf8 cast
l. 738: lyrics = Iconv.new('iso-8859-1','utf-8').iconv(lyrics)

in lyrcis_lyricwiki.rb

This will work for german umlauts at least maybe others to


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 Re: Re: UTF8 again

 
 by TimoSchmid on: May 21 2008
 
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works like a charm, thanks.


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 undefined method `-'

 
 by richlv on: Nov 5 2007
 
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lyrics_lyricwiki.rb:423:in `parseLyrics': undefined method `-' for nil:NilClass (NoMethodError)
from lyrics_lyricwiki.rb:674:in `fetchLyricsLegacy'
from lyrics_lyricwiki.rb:791
from lyrics_lyricwiki.rb:754:in `loop'
from lyrics_lyricwiki.rb:754

removed paths for improved reading.
i'm not sure when this happened, just noticed it after some time.


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 LyricWiki API is dead

 
 by ultr on: Aug 28 2009
 
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Now, when LyricWiki API has been closed, you get this instead of the lyric:

"
Unfortunately, due to licensing restrictions from some of the major music
publishers we can no longer return lyrics through the LyricWiki API (where this
application gets some or all of its lyrics).
[...]
(Please note: this is not the fault of the developer who created this
application, but is a restriction imposed by the music publishers themselves.).
"

However this should be quite easy for the script to simply read the LyricWiki page content to get the song text from it.

Any patches? :)
I don't know Ruby myself :/


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 Re: LyricWiki API is dead

 
 by ultr on: Aug 28 2009
 
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I noticed there already is a legacy function for this :)


To activate it edit lyrics_lyricwiki.rb file, comment out:

# begin
# $getLyricWikiSOAP = SOAP::WSDLDriverFactory.new("http://lyricwiki.org/server.php?wsdl").create_rpc_driver
# rescue
# errormsg = 'Failed to establish a connection with LyricWiki.org SOAP Server. LyricWiki.org is either down or experiencing an problem with their SOAP server. The script will run, but will be less responsive than usual.'
# `dcop amarok playlist popupMessage "#{errormsg}"`
# $useSOAP = false
# rescue Timeout::Error
# errormsg = 'Failed to establish a connection with LyricWiki.org SOAP server. The connection timed out. The script will run, but will be less responsive than usual or may not be able to contact LyricWiki.org at all.'
# `dcop amarok playlist popupMessage "#{errormsg}"`
# $useSOAP = false
# end

and add below:

begin
$useSOAP = false
end


And that's all :)


BTW: FSCK YOU, recording industry! You attack your own customers. And you will pay for that.


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