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Sean Bruno 08-24-2008 11:39 PM

Music Collection HTML Generator
 
I've been poking around trying to find a decent way of creating an HTML
document that represents my music collection.

I've been using the Amarok Ruby plugin to generate a list, but it
doesn't show the tracks available per album.

Any suggestions?

Sean

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"Steven P. Ulrick" 08-25-2008 04:30 AM

Music Collection HTML Generator
 
On Sun, 24 Aug 2008 16:39:40 -0700
Sean Bruno <sean.bruno@dsl-only.net> wrote:

> I've been poking around trying to find a decent way of creating an
> HTML document that represents my music collection.
>
> I've been using the Amarok Ruby plugin to generate a list, but it
> doesn't show the tracks available per album.
>
> Any suggestions?
>
> Sean

Hello Sean
I hope I do not misunderstand what you want. With that in mind, might
this be what you are after:
http://downloads.sourceforge.net/mp3report/mp3report-1.0.2.tar.gz?modtime=954972785&big_mirror=0

The project page is here:
http://mp3report.sourceforge.net/

If that does not give you enough information, I made two sample
reports. One uses the option "--printmode":
http://www.afolkey2.net/~steve/keith_green-printmode.html

the other does not:
http://www.afolkey2.net/~steve/keith_green-nonprintmode.html

Here are the respective commands that I used to generate the above two
examples:

./mp3report.pl --title="Keith Green - "--printmode""
--outfile=/home/steve/.public_html/keith_green-printmode.html
--printmode --id3v2 /home/steve/Archives/Music/Christian/g/Green,
Keith/

./mp3report.pl --title="Keith Green - Non-Print Mode"
--outfile=/home/steve/.public_html/keith_green-nonprintmode.html
--id3v2 /home/steve/Archives/Music/Christian/g/Green, Keith/

Again, I hope that this is what you are looking for.

Steven P. Ulrick

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g 08-25-2008 04:41 AM

Music Collection HTML Generator
 
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Sean Bruno wrote:
> I've been poking around trying to find a decent way of creating an HTML
> document that represents my music collection.

if you just want an html page with you music file listed, using konqueror,
move to directory of files that you want to make a page for.

right click directory, select 'open with' and then select 'internet > firefox'.
when firefox opens directory, a page is cerated and it can then be saved.

i imagine some type of decoder would be needed when you click on file to
get it to play.

as for track showing, if they are files, you should see them.

hth.


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Sean Bruno 08-25-2008 05:05 AM

Music Collection HTML Generator
 
> The project page is here:
> http://mp3report.sourceforge.net/

Indeed that is really close to what I was looking for.

I guess the reason why I was using the Amarok plugin was that I have
a lot of music in non-mp3 format(ogg, flac, wav, mp4[?]). This may be
an issue with your app. Perhaps importing the various other modules for
flac, ogg etc would "just work" <tm>

I ran this app against my collection and seem to have hit a snag. I'm
not seeing any output file from my invocation, so I'm not sure if the
app is just bailing or what:

Scanning /opt/media/Music/woodstock_94_disc_2...
Scanning /opt/media/Music/wynton_marsalis__kathleen_battle -
baroque_duet...
Scanning /opt/media/Music/zz_top...
Scanning /opt/media/Music/zz_top/zz_top - fandango...
Scanning /opt/media/Music/zz_top/zz_top - the_best_of_zz_top...

Writing report to ~/Desktop/test.html...print() on closed filehandle EET
at ./mp3report.pl line 138, <_GEN_1> line 40985.
print() on closed filehandle EET at ./mp3report.pl line 141, <_GEN_0>
line 1.
print() on closed filehandle EET at ./mp3report.pl line 141, <_GEN_0>
line 2.
print() on closed filehandle EET at ./mp3report.pl line 141, <_GEN_0>
line 3.

....
print() on closed filehandle EET at ./mp3report.pl line 141, <_GEN_0>
line 50825.
print() on closed filehandle EET at ./mp3report.pl line 141, <_GEN_0>
line 50826.
print() on closed filehandle EET at ./mp3report.pl line 148.

Done, report generated in 27.82 seconds!



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Craig White 08-25-2008 11:51 AM

Music Collection HTML Generator
 
On Sun, 2008-08-24 at 23:30 -0500, Steven P. Ulrick wrote:
> On Sun, 24 Aug 2008 16:39:40 -0700
> Sean Bruno <sean.bruno@dsl-only.net> wrote:
>
> > I've been poking around trying to find a decent way of creating an
> > HTML document that represents my music collection.
> >
> > I've been using the Amarok Ruby plugin to generate a list, but it
> > doesn't show the tracks available per album.
> >
> > Any suggestions?
> >
> > Sean
>
> Hello Sean
> I hope I do not misunderstand what you want. With that in mind, might
> this be what you are after:
> http://downloads.sourceforge.net/mp3report/mp3report-1.0.2.tar.gz?modtime=954972785&big_mirror=0
>
> The project page is here:
> http://mp3report.sourceforge.net/
>
> If that does not give you enough information, I made two sample
> reports. One uses the option "--printmode":
> http://www.afolkey2.net/~steve/keith_green-printmode.html
>
> the other does not:
> http://www.afolkey2.net/~steve/keith_green-nonprintmode.html
>
> Here are the respective commands that I used to generate the above two
> examples:
>
> ./mp3report.pl --title="Keith Green - "--printmode""
> --outfile=/home/steve/.public_html/keith_green-printmode.html
> --printmode --id3v2 /home/steve/Archives/Music/Christian/g/Green,
> Keith/
>
> ./mp3report.pl --title="Keith Green - Non-Print Mode"
> --outfile=/home/steve/.public_html/keith_green-nonprintmode.html
> --id3v2 /home/steve/Archives/Music/Christian/g/Green, Keith/
>
> Again, I hope that this is what you are looking for.
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that looks pretty cool but I am locked into Apple / AAC format and I
don't see that as an option ;-(

Craig

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