I don't know whether the URL for Live365 has changed, as there are no stations listed under any of the categories. Is there any way of fixing this?
I forgot to say that I am using Ubuntu 10.04
Both category parsing and channel parsing are broken.
This will take some time to fix.
I made some changes to the streamtuner2 package that was running on my Fedora 17 box (rpm - streamtuner-2.0.8-9.fc17)
I have attached a patch for the changes done in live365.py. Category and channel parsing seems to work. I was able to open the live stream via vlc.
Abhisek, I was quite excited to see that you had fixed the Live365 parsing and although I failed miserably to apply the patch to 'live365.py' from the terminal - specifically, I used "sudo patch -p1 --dry-run < streamtuner-2.0.8-9.fc17.patch" and just got "HUNK failed" errors - I applied it 'manually' after examining the patch code (the pluses are added lines, the minuses are deleted, correct?). I'm pretty sure it's done correctly but when I now run ST2, the Live365 tab doesn't even open! Can you offer any advice?
Edit: Ok, my bad. the problem was one of 'indentation' - Python is really really finicky about that! But it still isn't working for me. The Live365 tab now opens but I get a "category parsed empty" message at start-up, with nothing at all getting loaded for Live365. Attached is the 'live365.py' code with patch applied. Any suggestions?
Edit2: My bad again. I had another go at patching the original and this time succeeded - all I needed was "patch -p1 live365.py < live365.patch". And it works perfectly!!! Although it has put me off learning Python, which seems way too particular about text formatting. Below is the patched file. Many thanks Abhisek.
Awesome that it finally worked for you. Python has its own quirks, you should definitely give a shot at learning it.
It is odd that I did not get any alert when you posted your query, I was so sure that I had subscribed for updates to this topic.