[Abcde-users] Failback for musicbrainz failure?
geoffrsweet+abcde at gmail.com
Wed Nov 8 00:03:57 GMT 2017
Interesting! I must be working with an older version from my repo (Mint
18). The documentation doesn't reflect that. Now, is that a failure like
it receives back a timeout or http 500? Or does it include an "Unknown"
I will also try to update manually to make sure I am using a version that
supports the comma delimited list.
On Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 11:32 PM, Sam Hawkens <sam.hawkens at freenet.de> wrote:
> You can specifiy several cddb methods as a comma separated list.
> # CDDB options
> # Choose whether you want to use "cddb" and/or "musicbrainz". Default
> # is "musicbrainz", but both can be specified in a comma delimited list
> # to be tried sequentially in the event of failure of the first
> # search.
> Am 05.11.2017 um 05:29 schrieb Geoff Sweet:
>> Howdy all.
>> I'm progressing through a long process of ripping a couple thousand
>> CD's into a digital collection. I've setup several old laptops to keep the
>> pace going and abcde is KILLING it for me. Its such a great tool.
>> However some of my CD's are old and I've found several that aren't
>> listed in musicbrainz but are listed in CDDB. Currently I just wrap abcde
>> around some bash scripting so that if it produces a "Unknown Artist"
>> directory, it kills the autorip process. I've noticed that in nearly all
>> these cases the CD is discovered in CDDB. Instead of creating a "one off"
>> stack for a laptop that is configured to use CDDB, is there a way for abcde
>> to fail-back onto CDDB in the event of a "not found" situation with
>> musicbrainz. I was hoping it was as easy as overloading the config like so:
>> But that doesn't seem to work.
>> Any ideas?
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