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Amarok 2.0 Script

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Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  456
Submitted:  Dec 29 2012
Updated:  Jun 5 2015


SubRok allows you to play songs from a Subsonic server!

Open "Configure SubRok" and set your server host, port number, username, password and REST API version!

For the backwards compatibility, see http://www.subsonic.org/pages/api.jsp#versions

Tools -> SubRok Playlists (full management available after 1.2.0 REST API version)
To import, select one playlist from the first drop-down box, and click "OK", otherwise if you click "Delete" the selected playlist will be deleted (if owned by you).
To export a playlist to the Subsonic Server, create a playlist in Amarok and save it, rename the playlist by adding the suffix "SubRok" ... For example: [SubRok] - Pop/Rock Music, then select it from the second drop-down box and click "OK".
To get random songs, choose the number of songs and then click "Get Random Songs"

That's all!

If you like this script please leave a comment!


- Added new REST API selection for new Subsonic v5.2.1
- Add leading zero to the track numbers for a correct order in the playlist.

- Added new REST API selection (1.10.2) for new Subsonic v4.9.
- Added a workaround to show the track number (thanks to rsalvador).

- Added new REST API selection (1.9.0) for new Subsonic v4.8.

- Added option to select appropriate REST API version to get a backwards compatibility (http://www.subsonic.org/pages/api.jsp#versions).
- Fixed issue with the non existent avatar showed in infoHTML.

- For password option, display characters as they are entered while editing otherwise display asterisks.

- Added button to test connection paramaters in config dialog.

- Added playlist management. See README file for know how it works.
- Fixed minor bugs.

- First script release.

Source(SubRok 1.7)
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 Support for musiccabinet 0.7.19

 by elessartelrunya on: Jan 30 2013
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unfortunately I get "Incompatible Subsonic REST protocol version. Server must upgrade." message after click on "Test Connection".
Would you provide an upgrade / a version that works with musiccabinet?

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 Re: Support for musiccabinet 0.7.19

 by m4x1m on: Jan 31 2013
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If is only a problem related to the version of REST protocol, I can add a dropdown menu in the configuration dialog where you can select the right version. What version uses musiccabinet?

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 Re: Support for musiccabinet 0.7.19

 by m4x1m on: Feb 1 2013
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I gave a look at musiccabinet, is based on version 4.7 of subsonic, so there should be no problem, it's weird.

To work well, SubRok is coded to use the latest set of API REST. From the Subsonic documentation:

Starting with version 1.8.0, the API provides methods for accessing the media collection organized according to ID3 tags, rather than file structure.

For instance, browsing through the collection using ID3 tags should use the getArtists, getArtist and getAlbum methods. To browse using file structure you would use getIndexes and getMusicDirectory.

My previously idea isn't good, because there isn't compatibility with previous API REST, since I used these calls to run the script.

I'm sorry.

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 Re: Re: Support for musiccabinet 0.7.19

 by elessartelrunya on: Feb 1 2013
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thanks for your efforts so far. Using https://my-server/musiccabinet/xsd/subsonic-rest-api.xsd

in the xsd it says version 1.7.0
Looking at the rest api doc it says with parameter 'v' you can specify the client version. I guess that's what you're doing?
I will ask the musiccabinet devs, maybe they know more.


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 by gerdtorok on: Oct 2 2014
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I really like the idea behind, good work you're doing.
Unfortunately the REST-API got upgraded again, could please have a look to support 1.12 ?
Would really appreciate it - keep it up =)

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 Great Script - And A Little Bug...

 by WHTC on: May 13 2015
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I really like the script. I just got Subsonic set up recently and browsing the collection through Amarok is great.

However, when track numbers are added to the title, Amarok sorts them alphabetically in the playlist, and thus incorrectly. Example:

1 - My First Track
10 - My Tenth Track
11 - My Eleventh Track
2 - My Second Track

I realise this isn't your problem, but a limitation in Amarok's StreamItem.

I updated the script to pad track numbers with a leading 0, so everything sorts properly. If you are interested in the patch, just let me know where to send it.


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 Re: Great Script - And A Little Bug...

 by m4x1m on: May 16 2015
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Sorry but, on my Amarok (v2.8) the tracklist are correct. My sort order configuration is "Track Artist / Year - Album" and Amarok show me 1 2 3, not 1 10

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 Re: Re: Great Script - And A Little Bug...

 by WHTC on: May 16 2015
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I'm running the same version. And yes, the track list is ordered correctly in the Media Sources view. It is when I select an album and choose "Add to Playlist" or "Replace Playlist" that the tracks are ordered incorrectly in the Playlist view.

I'll send you a message with a link to a screenshot.

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