I am doing initial exploration in the SoCo module which is a Python API for Sonos. Following the tutorial I do
>>> speakers = soco.discover() >>> speaker = speakers.pop() >>> speaker.player_name 'Portable' >>> speaker.ip_address '192.168.0.11' >>> speaker.get_current_transport_info()['current_transport_state'] 'STOPPED'
So far, so good. Now, still following the documentation, I do
>>> speaker.music_library.list_library_shares() Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> AttributeError: 'MusicLibrary' object has no attribute 'list_library_shares'
and, sure enough,
dir(speaker.music_library) confirms there is no such method.
But the documentation for this class says:
Listing and deleting music library shares
Music library shares are the local network drive shares connected to Sonos, which host the
audio content in the Sonos Music Library.
To list the shares connected to Sonos, use the
method as follows:
The result is a
list of network share locations.
Now either the documentation is badly out of step with the version I just downloaded (0.18.1; it says not), or I need another pair of eyes to point out what I am doing wrong.