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Subject: Re: Re: shorter file names
From: Fabian Merki (fabian_at_merkisoft.ch)
Date: 2002-08-14


that is also a very good idea. but unfortunately it only works in organized directories.
i have a huge various directory with all new songs i like (current size 380 -> i was the one who set the max_dir to 500 for that reason). mostly i have one or two songs from one artist but sometimes i have more...

if we could support many styles the $a $b switch and the cutting-style than there won't be anyone who would be unhappy.

fabian

----- Original Message -----
From: Daniel Stenberg
Sent: 14.08.2002 15:18:30
To: rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se
Subject: Re: shorter file names

> On Wed, 14 Aug 2002, Fabian Merki wrote:
>
> > my idea is that if we had an option to set "cut each word of bandname to
> > 4-chars" than the directorylisting could look like:
>
> I have a different idea for the same problem. Imagine your file names to be
> the format:
>
> $a - $b.mp3 where $a and $b are two different names (as you said you have).
> It could also then of course be $a - $b - $c.mp3 and so on, the point being
> that there is a separator being "[one or more spaces]-[one or more spaces]".
>
> Then imagine a config system somehow that makes the $a and $b (and $c etc)
> displayed in a different order:
>
> $c - $b - $a.mp3
> $b - $a - $c.mp3
>
> or perhaps, as in most cases you know the artist already based on the
> directory so you can skip the $a part from the display:
>
> $b.mp3
> $c - $b.mp3
>
> ... anyway, it's an idea! ;-)
>
> --
> Daniel "Bagder" Stenberg -- http://rockbox.haxx.se/
>
>



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