#15 use netjuke mysql database for info

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2003-09-12
2003-09-03
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The open source netjuke project
(http://netjuke.sourceforge.net/) has good utilities for
reading in idv3 mp3 information, and does good
streaming when you're away from home. Using mserv,
I'm finding that the mp3 information from a significant
number of items doesn't get read (but does get read by
netjuke). The database approach with netjuke also has
some advantages. It'd be great to see these two
efforts brought together.

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  • James Ponder

    James Ponder - 2003-09-12

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    the feature you speak of is actually borrowed from the
    project called getid3() at http://getid3.sourceforge.net/

    it is all written in php.

    try as i have, nobody seems to have written a similar thing in
    C. :-(

     
  • James Ponder

    James Ponder - 2003-09-12
    • priority: 5 --> 6
    • assigned_to: nobody --> squish
     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Patch #1159562 significantly addresses mserv's failure to collect ID3 tag
    information from MP3s.

     
  • Johan Walles

    Johan Walles - 2006-08-03

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    If somebody still cares about this, FairDJ's song metadata
    extraction code is far superior to MServ's. FairDJ uses the
    exact same database format for users, songs and ratings.
    FairDJ also has the same wire protocols as MServ.:
    http://sf.net/projects/fairdj

     

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