Script to organize a directory containing audio files.
Songanizer is a script to organize a directory containing Ogg and MP3 files. The script accepts a list of directories in which the real Ogg and MP3 files reside. It then reads information like author, album, and genre from the files' ID3 tags and creates parallel directory structures which just contain symbolic links real files. The goal is to create virtual directory structures which give different views of the data without having redundant copies of the files themselves.
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released on 26 March 2007
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cvs -z3 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/sources/songanizer co songanizer
25 December 2018
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