On Mon, Sep 27, 2004 at 12:29:45PM +0100, Dale Dunlea wrote:
> It will store information regarding the various music files, including
> artists, albums, song titles, location of album art, genres, playlists,
> play counts, most recently played, songs that have not ripped correctly
> and should be black-listed etc.
You can do all of this in flat files. I still cannot see why you should need
to use mysql -- indeed, you don't. But then, if you _really_ want to.... :)
I'm not going to labour the point.
-- Thomas Adam
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