Hey Guys, I've been somewhat busy creating a program called RSS XMLister. It's a program for those of us that have a webhost where we can upload our music instead of running a virtual server on out PC.
More streamlined XML editor
Fixed big bug making it so that the dates entered broke the lists, making them un-viewable.
Large amount of bugfixes and UI customizations
Saving of list preferences! No more re-typing all the header info when you just want to change 1 or 2 tracks
You can now create new lists (no generation) with the XML editor
v0.9 - Public release
Various bugfixes to make public release safe
What does it do?
This program generates an XML list of an online directory that can be played through the PSP's 2.6 RSS Channel feature. It's quick and easy to use, it allows complete customization, and also allows you to load/edit existing XML lists, as well.
How does it work?
To create your own RSS channel, just follow these steps:
1. Upload your audio files to your webspace. Make sure you put them into an empty directory, there must be no index.html present.
2. Run RSS XMLister and choose 'Generate a list from an online directory' and input the necesary information.
3. Upload your XML file to your webspace.
4. On your PSP, browse to the XML file you uploaded. Add the channel and enjoy!
Where do I get it?
You can get the latest version right here!
XML Customization Menu
I don't have my own webspace but would like to try this program out...
You can. By default, this program links to my own small online music collection. The music there is clean, and it's updated regularly. I like all types of music, but you won't find anything dirty or explicit in there.
You can also get some free webhosting that's pretty good.
How can I help?
By giving your comments, suggestions, and tips! I need your help finding bugs etc., so post them here or PM me with whatever you have to say.
The download is a .exe file. You can put it on your desktop or put it in a different folder. When an XML file is created, it is put in the same directory that the .exe resides in. In later versions this may be changed.