No support for decibel audio player?

Asked by HarveyCabaguio on 2010-12-18

In this bug report there was a user asking for support with decibel audio player, and after a while the fix was committed but I still can't use decibel with covergloobus.

Here's the bug report: https://bugs.launchpad.net/covergloobus/+bug/531461

I installed covergloobus from trunk (1.7 rev 299) and decibel is version 1.0.6.

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Alexandr Grigorcea
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2010-12-20
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2010-12-19
Alexandr Grigorcea (cahr-gr) said : #1

for some reason is disappeared from the makefile, I've added it now

Now I'm getting this error:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr//share/covergloobus/covergloobus.py", line 95, in init
    self.init_lyrics()
  File "/usr//share/covergloobus/covergloobus.py", line 145, in init_lyrics
    self.lyrics.init()
  File "/usr/share/covergloobus/lyricsearch.py", line 95, in init
    engine = __import__('tabs.'+klass, fromlist=['tabs']).__dict__[klass]()
KeyError: "

I'm positive that I have all the install dependencies.

Best Alexandr Grigorcea (cahr-gr) said : #3

crashes when loading empty lyrics/tabs/covers list, fixed that, thanks

On Sat, Dec 18, 2010 at 11:56 PM, HarveyCabaguio <
<email address hidden>> wrote:

> Question #138206 on CoverGloobus changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/covergloobus/+question/138206
>
> Status: Answered => Open
>
> HarveyCabaguio is still having a problem:
> Now I'm getting this error:
>
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "/usr//share/covergloobus/covergloobus.py", line 95, in init
> self.init_lyrics()
> File "/usr//share/covergloobus/covergloobus.py", line 145, in init_lyrics
> self.lyrics.init()
> File "/usr/share/covergloobus/lyricsearch.py", line 95, in init
> engine = __import__('tabs.'+klass, fromlist=['tabs']).__dict__[klass]()
> KeyError: "
>
> I'm positive that I have all the install dependencies.
>
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Thanks Alexandr Grigorcea, that solved my question.