Package Details: python-spotdl 4.0.7-2

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Package Base: python-spotdl
Description: Download your Spotify playlists and songs along with album art and metadata (from YouTube if a match is found).
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Keywords: download-music mp3 music playlists song song-lyrics spotify youtube-music
Licenses: MIT
Provides: python-spotdl, spotdl
Submitter: timschumi
Maintainer: zoorat (aminvakil, AlexisBRENON)
Last Packager: aminvakil
Votes: 16
Popularity: 1.67
First Submitted: 2019-10-08 11:40 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-01-11 18:56 (UTC)

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aminvakil commented on 2023-01-09 08:43 (UTC)

For anyone facing a problem with fastapi right now, please check .

aminvakil commented on 2022-11-14 17:48 (UTC)

@TheBigGreatMango makepkg in a clean chroot and running spotdl download works.

Is there a specific command which you have problems with? Also a couple of other deps were needed for 4.0.0, are you using the latest commit of this repository?

TheBigGreatMango commented on 2022-11-12 23:15 (UTC)

sadly missing dependancies

txtsd commented on 2022-08-02 09:56 (UTC)


aminvakil commented on 2022-08-02 09:48 (UTC)

@txtsd It has been a while since I stopped running CI on this package because of this error, thanks to you I've just made this :)

Watching CI right now. If it gets fixed, I will push the depends to AUR.

txtsd commented on 2022-08-02 09:47 (UTC)

Adding python-async-timeout to dependencies will fix it.

frostedpenguin commented on 2022-08-02 09:38 (UTC)

pkg_resources.DistributionNotFound: The 'async-timeout>=4.0.2' distribution was not found and is required by redis

This package is missing dependency with async-timeout pip install asyn-timeout fixes the issue

zoorat commented on 2022-07-19 05:11 (UTC)

@Kitt3120 Version 4.0.0 is not out. Release candidate 2 is out. we will update this package when actual v4 is out.

but i will ask about it in their discord server.

aminvakil commented on 2022-06-27 08:20 (UTC)

python-spotdl does not run correctly.

It fails with ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'redis'

Probably something related to deps: