since i haven't managed to get thelastripper working under OS X 10.6.x
and it refused working for me under 10.5 after using it successfully
some weeks under 10.5.x, I thought a little while if I can support OS
X development of TLR. Unfortunately I have absolutely no experience
with c sharp and the used API at all - so I decided to write my own
ripper (as native Cocoa/Obj-C application). It works nice so far -
plays/rips/writes tags/sorts the downloads etc.) but some features
are not yet working. (If i manage to make it a full replacement for
TLR for OS X I will release it as Freeware - of couse including a big
thank you & credits for the thelastripper developers).
-> Now my problem: I have tried to implement the love/hate/skip
commands - i have a method giving me the service url as a string and
append session ID, command ("love", "ban" or "skip") and "debug=0",
like i have seen it's done in the sources of thelastripper: ...
"%@control.php?session=%@&command=%@&debug=0" ... (where "%@" is the
variable placeholder) - it results a URL String like this:
but whatever I try (sending this using GET and POST) - i always get a
'Not Found' HTML answer:
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//IETF//DTD HTML 2.0//EN">
<TITLE>404 Not Found</TITLE>
The requested URL /radio/control.php was not found on this server.<P>
<ADDRESS>Apache/1.3.39 Server at ws.audioscrobbler.com
What's wrong with this? Is the control.php url outdated? can it be
replaced by sth new?
Many thanks for you help in advance.