On Thu, Jun 29, 2000 at 04:19:36PM +0100, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> > browse through an audio CD's content in Windows (ie. all the .wav's as
> > opposed to just the .cda's) ... I was just wondering if anyone has come
> > across or heard of anything similar for Linux ??
> Comes up on linux-kernel every so often, apparently.
>> Check out http://kt.linuxcare.com/kernel-traffic/kt20000417_63.epl#5> for the most recent discussion.
>> Summary: belongs in user-space.
and speaking of which that's what xmms's cd audio plugin does. except
instead of showing them as .wav's it (can, but doesn't by default) shows
them as a user formattable ("album - song" by default) string based on
a cddb lookup.
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