phpTunes
phpTunes
2.0

0.0

phpTunes free download for Mac

phpTunes

2.0
02 January 2007

Show everyone what you are listening to in iTunes.

Overview

phpTunes allows you to display the song you are currently listening to on iTunes by auto-uploading it to your PHP website.

You can implement it in any Web page with PHP. Register here through PayPal for $5 to remove the unregistered message that is overlaid after 20 minutes and unlock several display options.

What's new in phpTunes

Version 2.0:
  • Completely revamped interface!
  • Preferences stored using a new plain text scheme
  • When you press the spacebar in the URL field in both the wizard and preferences, "%20" is entered
  • Uses RBtunes 3.0.1
  • When you quit, it sends final track data to the server using a display setting of the user's choice
  • Button in Register window now says Buy Now
  • tunes.php is now even smaller and requires PHP 5
  • Spruced up all the alerts
  • Unregistered message is now overlaid after 20 minutes instead of 30
  • License key replacement email URL now uses "%20" instead of spaces
  • License key generator improved slightly
  • Can't click next in wizard until username and password are entered, same for URL
  • Changed the bug report link, and made it dynamic in case it changes
  • "Copy Currently Playing" is only enabled when the currently playing text from the server is not empty
  • "Copy PHP Include" is only enabled when the URL is not empty
  • phpTunes is now an application bundle (.app)
  • Can only press OK in Register window once both name and license key fields are filled out
  • When editing a display and using Cmd-I to replace selected text and a # is the first character to left and not selected, another won't be added.
  • When editing unregistered message, typing behaves normally
  • No longer updates every second, only when track changes
  • Pressing Esc or Cmd-. closes the Register window, as it should
  • Known Bug: If you quit iTunes before quitting phpTunes, phpTunes will freeze

5 phpTunes Reviews

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Jack
27 August 2003

Most helpful

This works absolutely perfectly with smaller playlists, but pointing it at my Library.xml file resulted in the following error: Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /Library/WebServer/Documents/itunes/phptunest.php on line 731 Presumably because my Library is fairly big (approx. 4,000 songs) and the exported .xml file is 4.6MB - I haven't tried it in MySQL mode yet - would that help?
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Version 1.0
The-Macgeek
15 December 2005
I am getting several emails requesting help because they are running into PHP errors when they try to use the PHP script. Make sure permissions are set on the folder that holds itunes.php, otherwise itunes.php can't work.
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Version 1.2
The-Macgeek
12 December 2005
i notice people are trying to upload their library.xml files. you don't have to do this! all you need to do is enter a username and password in the itunes.php file, upload the it to a server, then run the application. in the application, enter the url to the itunes.php file you uploaded, and enter the username and password you chose, and click update. no uploading of a library.xml file or any use of mysql is required. i was trying to keep this simple, dont make it complicated! this was all explained in the read me file. the download link works fine, but if you are having problems, go to http://macware.byethost5.com/phptunes and click the download link there.
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Version 1.1
1 answer(s)
The-Macgeek
The-Macgeek
11 February 2006
There is an error in the Read Me file. The code for including the itunes.php file in another web page should be the following: Note the semi-colon. Sorry about that.
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Version 1.3
Kilbey11
12 December 2005
I get all sorts of PHP errors when trying to download this version.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
12 November 2004
your library is tiny. i'm up to 15,876 songs (103GB). this script worked fine for me.
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Bob Sackimano
Bob Sackimano
11 January 2005
Hahahahah, 15,000 songs? I think it's time to get out of your mother's basement, son.
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Version 1.0
Jack
27 August 2003
This works absolutely perfectly with smaller playlists, but pointing it at my Library.xml file resulted in the following error: Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /Library/WebServer/Documents/itunes/phptunest.php on line 731 Presumably because my Library is fairly big (approx. 4,000 songs) and the exported .xml file is 4.6MB - I haven't tried it in MySQL mode yet - would that help?
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Version 1.0
2 answer(s)
Kyle Armour
Kyle Armour
04 July 2004
it probably wont, but i cant be sure. i have 8,000 and got the same error, so i transfered everything to a mysql db but i got the same error...i guess its just too big. I wish I had a mac, they have plugins that will load a 10,000 song list in like literally like 5 seconds.
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Version 1.0
Harold Bakker
Harold Bakker
05 July 2004
If you're suffering from time-out issues either try running the script from the commandline or add the following line just after the opening
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Version 1.0
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App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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