Well that's a shame... could have saved me 4-5 months of work ;-( Still, atomic parsley is dedicated to apple orientated tags which are not the same as standard ISO as I understand. Since I have introduced a c++ library, we could consider taglib for uniform support for mp3, vorbis and flac?

I don't remember why your taglib idea was rejected, whether it was me. If so I apologise ...



Dudy Kohen <kohen.d@gmail.com> wrote:
I suggested using taglib over 3 years ago and it was rejected since it's in c++...

On Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 10:02, Matteo F. Vescovi <mfv.debian@gmail.com> wrote:

On 20/04/2012 22:49, phantomjinx wrote:
> Hi all,
> Just merged into master an alternative solution to using libmp4v2 for
> mp4 tag reading/writing. Instead, I have modified/hacked the
> atomicparsley binary and converted it to a library. I was going to
> download it separately but due to the changes I have made, it was better
> to leave it in the gtkpod repository.

Excellent! Good job!

> mfv - I hope this should satisfy the folks on debian now ;)

You rock, PGR! :-)
Really really thanks a lot! (thumbs up)

> Cheers


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