Apache::MP3::Log

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# I use this to put the current track I am listening to
# on pudge.net; each time a new MP3 is selected, it sends
# an HTTP request to pudge.net which calls a perl script
# to update the current track there.  Essentially, this
# just tells the site "this is the track info for the
# just-requested track".

package Apache::MP3::Log;

use strict;
use vars qw(@ISA $VERSION);
use Apache::Constants qw(DECLINED);
use Date::Format;
use LWP::Simple;
use MP3::Info;
use Socket;
use Apache::MP3::Resample;

@ISA = 'Apache::MP3::Resample';
$VERSION = 1.0;

sub stream {
    my $self = shift;
    my $r = $self->r;

    return DECLINED unless -e $r->filename;
    # only my IPs for now ... maybe do by cookie/username later
    $self->log_mp3 if $r->connection->remote_ip =~ /^10\.0\.1\.(?:132|107|177|108|109)$/;
    $self->SUPER::stream;
}

sub log_mp3 {
    my $self = shift;
    my $r = $self->r;

    my $tag = get_mp3tag($r->filename) or return;
    my $url = $self->stream_base . $r->uri . '?stream=1';
    $url  =~ s/%/%25/g;
    $url  =~ s/ /%20/g;
    $url  =~ s/&/%26/g;
    $url  =~ s/;/%3B/g;

    my $data = join "%%", @{$tag}{'TITLE', 'ALBUM', 'ARTIST'},
        $url, strftime("%C", @{[localtime]});
    $data =~ s/[\015\012]+//g;
    $data =~ s/%/%25/g;
    $data =~ s/&/%26/g;
    $data =~ s/;/%3B/g;

    my $get;
    my $foo = 0;
    eval {
        local $SIG{ALRM} = sub { die "oops!" };
        alarm 10;

        $get = get("http://pudge.net/someperlscript?data=$data");
        $foo = 1;
    };

    alarm 0;
}

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