bart.cerneels at gmail.com
Fri Sep 29 09:58:31 UTC 2006
I'll look into it this weekend, and it's Bart :).
2006/9/29, Jeff Mitchell <kde-dev at emailgoeshere.com>:
> On Thursday 28 September 2006 17:05, Cerneels Bart wrote:
> > Renaming files would leave the database and the local cache inconsistent
> > unless it's managed by AFT. But I don't know if AFT works for podcasts.
> > for the id3 info: I don't think changing that will cause problems.
> > > Another question, I have been in the habit of trying to rename my
> > > downloaded
> > > podcast files to something more meaningful. Am I correct that if I do
> > > that
> > > with an amarok managed podcast that renaming a file will screw up
> > > amarok's management? How about just editing id3 tags?
> AFT watches any file that's in your Collection, so if your podcasts are in
> your Collection, it'll work so far as the Playlist goes. However, it
> (yet) do anything with the podcast database code, so renaming a downloaded
> podcast file will cause inconsistencies. Adding support shouldn't be too
> bad, but I don't have time to do it anytime real soon, and besides I know
> nothing about the podcast code.
> Bert -- might this be something you can work on? Look at the fileMoved,
> fileAdded, fileDeleted (all variations of those) and uniqueIdChanged
> from CollectionDB, if you want to give it a try.
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