Version 2.0 finally moved to Fremantle stable, so everybody can start using it
If you are not familiar with it, this package will see what music you are listening on Maemo devices, and scrobble to your favorite service, either last.fm, libre.fm, or both.
I already explained the features in an earlier blog entry, along with an explanation of how to make use of the “love” feature.
But now I also managed to port this to Harmattan, and it works perfectly on my Nokia N9. Interestingly enough, the new UI has a “favorite” feature directly integrated, it took me some time, as it’s not publicly documented, but I finally managed to hook into it, so everything works seamlessly
I was rather impressed by how easy it was to port it, I was able to leave all the GLib bits intact, even libsoup is still supported, and libconio, so I only had to make changes regarding the new qmafw. Thanks to the Qt guys for using the GLib’s mainloop by default, it certainly made things easier for me
You can find a debian package here: maemo-scrobbler 2.0-2.
Then, you would need to create a file
~/.config/scrobbler like this:
[lastfm] username=foo password=bar [librefm] username=foo password=bar