[Abcde-users] abcde 2.8 release
steve at einval.com
Sat Jan 14 01:13:55 GMT 2017
I've just released abcde version 2.8, and it's ready for download from
the normal location:
There are a few new features and lots of bug fixes in this release, as
you can see from the changelog:
* Make fdkaac the default for m4a encoding. Faac can still be selected
for m4a encding via ~/.abcde.conf file but best not to :).
* Split user-definable mungefilename function into mungetrackname,
mungeartistname, and mungealbumname, each of which default to
mungefilename Thanks to Gerald Turner for the patch and enhancement
request. This closes Issue 39:
* FAQs: Clarify the exit from multi-result CDDB search.
* Fix to allow multiple output formats when aac fallback is triggered.
Thanks to Birk Bremer for the bug report. This closes Issue 35:
* Fix for some erroneous error and status logging. Thanks to Christian
Wasem for the bug report and fix. This closes Issue 32:
* Add support for trying multiple CD lookup services in order. Thanks to
Gabriel Rosenkoetter for the patch. Closes Issue 42:
* Add Recommends on glyrc and imagemagick in Debian packaging. Closes
Debian Bug #827626
* Fix up handling of the first few sectors when reading
from a whole-CD flac file or using cdparanoia in one-track
mode. Thanks to Matthias König for the patch. Closes Issue 44:
* Tweak the fix in musicbrainz for handling sketchy returned data
some more. Hopefully closes Issue 30:
* Re-enable some commented out cdparanoia/debug code in do_discid.
Closes Issue 14:
* Add "-a" to lots of grep calls in case of "binary" looking data,
e.g. non-ascii text in track titles!
Closes Issue 24:
* Add "-L" to default curl options, to follow redirects if needed
Closes Issue 40:
Thanks to Gabriel Rosenkoetter for the patch.
* Switch default from "cddb" to "musicbrainz" for track lookup
Closes Debian Bug #842178
Thanks to the many contributors whose work has made this release
possible. Have fun with the new release. :-)
Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK. steve at einval.com
Getting a SCSI chain working is perfectly simple if you remember that there
must be exactly three terminations: one on one end of the cable, one on the
far end, and the goat, terminated over the SCSI chain with a silver-handled
knife whilst burning *black* candles. --- Anthony DeBoer
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