Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] FW: FW: plugin does not ask for username/password

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jamie Nicol [mailto:jamie thenicols net]
> Sent: Monday, 03 September, 2012 23:36
> To: John Frankish
> Cc: rhythmbox-devel gnome org
> Subject: Re: FW: [Rhythmbox-devel] FW: plugin does not ask for
> username/password
> Hi,
> Hopefully I can clear up the authorisation process for you a little bit. But
> unfortunately my answer is still that I don't know why it isn't working for you
> Quite possibly the case for automatically opening that url in opera.
> We use the gtk_show_uri() function-I don't know how it works internally and
> I don't know how to get it to work without using gnome.

Thanks for this pointer - gtk_show_uri() requires gvfs to be present.
I installed gvfs, but the problem remains.

Both banshee and rhythmbox now show variations of the same error:

{"error":14,"message":"This token has not been authorized"}

I'm wondering if this above has something to do with cookies.
I have 3rd party cookies allowed in Opera though...

> (If you're interested why:
> documents the authorisation process. Part 4 of that, auth.getSession, is the
> point at which we keep being told that we're not authorised. If you look at
> it shows that a successful
> response would contain the username. That's the first time that the app can
> know which username the user has signed in to with, since they could
> use any username in their browser.)

I guess I need to look at this next - a lot of work for something that should be simple :)

> if you run banshee  from a terminal does it output the url that it tries to send you to? (If not, can
> you edit the source to make it?).

Unfortunately "banshee --debug" does not show the url...

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