musicfix

music file renamer and tagger
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commit fa42e8465c60b5654969fca86ad857e78ef57559
parent 06a68be1d55ff336b4f032e4aca2876010a1185b
Author: lostd <lostd@2f30.org>
Date:   Tue,  1 Jan 2013 15:53:36 +0000

Remove verbose comments

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bin/musicfix | 33---------------------------------
1 file changed, 0 insertions(+), 33 deletions(-)

diff --git a/bin/musicfix b/bin/musicfix @@ -1,17 +1,6 @@ #!/usr/bin/env ruby # encoding: utf-8 -# Musicfix is a music file renamer and tagger with consistency concerns. -# It has a release-centered logic and gets data from the Discogs.com site. -# First configure the target music directory (mdir variable). -# Next browse the site and locate your album. Change to the album's -# directory. Ensure the files are ordered and provide the release id -# to the program. Enjoy! - -# Dependencies: -# System packages: taglib -# Ruby gems: discogs-wrapper stringex taglib-ruby - require 'rubygems' require 'fileutils' require 'open-uri' @@ -20,28 +9,6 @@ require 'stringex' require 'taglib' require 'yaml' -# Naming conventions -# The 'f' prefix means "normalized for filename" -# -# Use everywhere: -# [f]b: album name -# [f]ba: album artist -# y: release year -# my: master release year -# g: genre style -# [f]v: release format -# -# Only for track naming: -# [f]a: track artist -# [f]t: track title -# [f]n: track number, may have letters (vinyls) -# d: disc number -# tn: track number counter -# x: file extension in lowercase -# -# Only for image naming: -# zz: zeros that match d + n width - # Concatenate artist list using '&' # Convert "Sound, The (2)" to "The Sound" def mkartist al