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Requests / Re: API Access to the Modules on AMP
« on: February 16, 2022, 00:20:09 »
Hi Sylvain and all!

Just a gentle "bump" to move my request on top of your stack  ;D

Requests / Re: API Access to the Modules on AMP
« on: January 11, 2022, 01:15:00 »
Hi Sylvain and thank you!

You're right: the highest ID would be the solution... Let me know  :)

Requests / Re: API Access to the Modules on AMP
« on: January 03, 2022, 18:22:05 »
Happy new year!

Health and prosperity! :D
Requests / Re: API Access to the Modules on AMP
« on: November 15, 2021, 20:02:13 »
Hi Sylvain!

Thanks for your reply!

Indeed, for AmiModRadio, it doesn't matter if a URL is broken or point to some resource other than a module: it will try to download it, if it can't, just moves on, then it will try to play it and, again, if it can't, just moves on :)

What I would need would just be a URL like "" that would return just a number, the max. number of "modules" (even if broken links, other types of documents, etc.) currently available. If doesn't even have to be a "proper" HTML file, just a number :D

What do you think?
Requests / Re: API Access to the Modules on AMP
« on: September 02, 2021, 13:57:52 »
Salut Sylvain !

Thank you so much for your swift, kind, and positive answer :)

No worries, I don't believe that there are millions of users of AmiModRadio right now ;)

So I could use with a number but would it be possible for you to provide another API that returns the current total number of modules? Something like or so that AmiModRadio could then randomly pick a number between 1 and this total number of modules when calling

Thanks in advance!
Requests / API Access to the Modules on AMP
« on: August 19, 2021, 05:21:38 »
Hi there!

I'm developing AmiModRadio, an Amiga program to automatically download, unarchive, and play modules for Amiga and I was wondering if I could add AMP as a source (with any and all due credits!)?

I think that I could call the simple URL with a number but I'd like to be sure that it's something that's allowed and smiled upon and, second, that it's the best method to do so...

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