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Spotifious a natural Spotify controller for Alfred   So, you’ve heard of Spotifious, eh? A natural Spotify controller for Alfred? Searchs Spotify, controls your music, generally rocks?   It’s

Hi, it is not the same workflow, but problem is the same, see this link explaining how to workaround the problem (by reverting back to previous Spotify version).   Hope it helps

Really nice, thanks for sharing.

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2 hours ago, Tim H said:

Was using the Homebrew version based on the path.

 

That’s odd. Have you changed your $PATH in launchd? Normally, /usr/local/bin isn’t on your path in Alfred.

 

I also wonder why it was segfaulting. That’s really not supposed to happen.

 

Anyhow, glad it’s working

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8 hours ago, deanishe said:

 

That’s odd. Have you changed your $PATH in launchd? Normally, /usr/local/bin isn’t on your path in Alfred.

 

I also wonder why it was segfaulting. That’s really not supposed to happen.

 

Anyhow, glad it’s working

 

Thanks for your help!

 

10 hours ago, Tim H said:

Duh, you're right.  Put in the absolute path to the system PHP ('/usr/bin/php') and it works again.  Was using the Homebrew version based on the path.

 

 

 

I'm glad you fixed it, too!

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20 hours ago, deanishe said:

 

That’s odd. Have you changed your $PATH in launchd? Normally, /usr/local/bin isn’t on your path in Alfred.

 

 

Actually, just noticed that Spotifious sets the path to `/usr/local/bin` explicitly in the script filter, so it will pick up Homebrew PHP if it's there. 

 

# Add Homebrew to path for those who need :)
export PATH="/usr/local/bin:${PATH}"

php -f main.php -- "{query}"

# In case you are experiencing unsolveable issues,
# you can generate a log file to help me. Modify the
# first line of this script so it looks like this:
# php -f main.php -- "{query}" | tee ~/Desktop/Spotifious.log

 

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