Projects / QTScrobbler


QTScrobbler is tool for submitting .scrobbler.log files from portable players to It currently supports players that write .scrobbler.log and iPods.

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Recent releases

  •  07 Aug 2009 07:50

    Release Notes: Support was added for MTP (a.k.a. Plays for Sure) devices. A CLI option was added to use an MD5 hash instead of a plain text password. A console window was added to QTScrob, allowing easy access to debug information when required. Support was added for #TZ/UTC header entries in .scrobbler.log. A problem in which the timezone was hardcoded when reading an Apple "Play Counts" database was fixed.

    •  13 Jul 2008 23:41

      Release Notes: Support for .scrobbler.log version 1.1 files. NTLM proxy support. A progress window in QTScrob. An option to remove the Apple "Play Counts" file after submission. A few timezone issues have been fixed. The OS X browser root has been changed to /Volumes.

      •  15 Apr 2008 14:35

        Release Notes: iTunesDB parsing was fixed. Submit is run in separate thread.

        •  11 Jan 2008 23:56

          Release Notes: This release fixes iTunesDB parsing. It fixes GMT calculation on non-Linux platforms. libcurl timeouts have been added. This release will automatically detect timezone and summertime details.

          •  30 Sep 2007 14:46

            Release Notes: All parsing and networking code has been separated into a backend library, libscrobble. A new command line frontend, scrobble-cli, that doesn't depend on Qt has been added. A basic help system has been added. Icons from the Tango project have been added.


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