i really like gnomebaker but i'm missing one feature. Often i create
audio-cds with gnomebaker and some weeks later i want to create the
same CD with some small changes.
Therefor it would be great if there would be an option to save the
current playlist in gnomebaker. So i could simply load my last
"gnomebaker-session", make some changes and burn the CD again.
What do you think about this feature?
I would like to implement it but before i start hacking i want to know
your opinion. I would add a "Export Playlist" menulist item in the
actions menu after the "Import Playlist" item.
Would you accept such a feature in gnomebaker. Because if you don't
like it i don't waste my time programming something nobody wants.
meanwhile i have read the feature request for a general save/load
option for data-cds and audio-cds (1329303). I think that would be a
good idea too.
Does someone already work on this?
I would be ready to implement it.
But maybe we should clear some questions:
1. The file format?
2. What should be done if the current session hold information
for an audio-cd and an data-cd and someone wants to save it?
For question two i would always save the complete session so if there
are files in the data-cd tab and in the audio-cd tab i would save both
infos in one file. That leads me to the file format. I would use a
simple text-file and write line by line the files of the session.
Maybe with a starting line who says if it's a audio-cd or a data-cd
and the selected size of the cd/dvd. For example if you save a session
with a data-cd and a audio-cd the file could look like:
# DATA 800
# AUDIO 80
I think such a simple text-file would be enough, or do you think
something like a xml file would be better?
What do you think about it?
Hope i'm getting some responses...
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