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CUETools / Re: CUETools DB
Last post by Despair -
The metadata CUERipper uses is stored in the settings folder .\CUE Tools\MetadataCache\ under {TOCID}.xml so if all 8 CDs have the same TOCID then the xml file will be overwritten with each CD.
Yeah, they do. Guess there's nothing that can be done then :(
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: foo_discogs
Last post by da yuyu -
It works as expected here (both 32/64bits fb2k v2 beta 24), testing the same release with a dummy FLAC file.
Tested both $joinnames(%<ARTISTS_NAME>%,%<ARTISTS_JOIN>%) and %<ARTISTS_NAME>%,
with tracks by artists containing suffix brackets.
Not essential, but I am not sure if these are ANVs, which are more like "Name1 (Name2)" or "Name 1 AKA Name 2".

@alec.tron, you could also check in the preview panel stats (Results view):
- Artist tag stats columns 'Skip W/U' and 'Equal' count is 0.
- click to edit the artist value to check if it contains extra spaces.

Maybe also you could try manually deleting those tags before running the test again.

I've changed the v1.0.15.1 status from 'preview' to 'latest release' at Github (as the latest code update is working fine here).
Maybe it is worth downloading and installing the component again to see if it makes any difference?
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General - (fb2k) / Re: Defining a range for auto-playlists
Last post by ojdo -
Ouch, thanks for pointing that out. In that case, the (path HAS 1965 OR path HAS 1966 OR ...) chain is probably easiest and best to maintain... however, using much too much title formatting, you might be able to extract the year-bearing substring from your path. In my collection, albums contain the year in `[yyyy]` brackets in their folder name, which can be extracted from the folder name with a fragile snippet like this and then compared against a range in the two `ifgreater` in the end:

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$puts(y,$add(0,$substr($put(d,$directory(%path%,1)),$add(1,$put(s,$strchr($get(d),'['))),$add(4,$get(s)))))$ifgreater($get(y),1964,$ifgreater(1972,$get(y),1,0),0)

However, this can be quite brittle and depends very much on your folder layout. As a minor insurance, `$add(0)` converts all non-matches to a numeric zero, so that any non-matches are converted to a known value.
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CUETools / Re: CUETools DB
Last post by korth -
The database doesn't have any metadata stored for the TOCID provided. There does appear to be 8 different CTDB IDs (CRC32) stored under that TOCID .

CUERipper has the ability to contact freedb (hosted by gnudb.org) directly. Based on your description I cannot tell if other entries for CDDBID 25055805 is causing an issue. freedb lookup can be disabled by temporarily renaming the server to 0.0.0.0

The metadata CUERipper uses is stored in the settings folder .\CUE Tools\MetadataCache\ under {TOCID}.xml so if all 8 CDs have the same TOCID then the xml file will be overwritten with each CD.