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Fix time position in playback ended trigger #674

merged 2 commits into from Feb 6, 2014


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Fryie commented Jan 26, 2014

When using mopidy with the scrobbler plugin, I noticed that my tracks were not being scrobbled on Turns out, scrobbling only happens after listening to the track for a certain amount of time. However, the scrobbler listener was always receiving 0 as the current time position which caused it to never scrobble a track.

This was happening because the time position was queried after stopping the track - at which point the time position is reset to 0. Saving the time position before calling stop and passing that value to the listener in the trigger fixes this.

Unfortunately I am no experienced Python developer (I'm a Rubyist :) ) and don't know how to write a test for this. Seems to me this would require a fair amount of mocking. However, I verified that I did not break any existing tests nor have given flake8 cause to complain. I also did manual testing on my machine and now my tracks are being happily scrobbled.

For the reference, I was using mopidy with ncmpcpp and listening to music from spotify, in case this issue is in any way specific to the setup.

Fixed some style issues :)

Pierpaolo Frasa added some commits Jan 26, 2014

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adamcik commented Jan 30, 2014

Lgtm, good catch. We should get this in, though I will probably change this as I cleanup audio and core events, that is once I get to it :-)


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jodal commented Jan 30, 2014

Looks good to me.

@adamcik Feel free to merge if you add a test for it as well.

@jodal jodal modified the milestones: 0.18.2, v0.19 - MPD playlist mgmt and other MPD improvements Feb 6, 2014

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@jodal jodal merged commit b522491 into mopidy:develop Feb 6, 2014

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jodal commented Feb 6, 2014

I tried testing this myself, and it was really hard and painful, thus lack of test approved.

Thanks for the debugging and patch! :-)

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