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Subject: RE: Playlist creation under windoz
From: Sundar, Shekhar (MSTG-NY) (SSundar_at_exchange.ml.com)
Date: 2003-01-07


depending on your organization of your music and folders.. you can use a variation of :

dir *.mp3 /s /d /b >All_MP3s.m3u <- this by David Reis
sed s/E:\\/..\//g All_MP3s.m3u > All_mp3s1.m3u <- here I'm replacing E:\ with ../
sed s/\\/\//g All_mp3s1.m3u > All_mp3s2.m3u <- here I'm replacing other \ with /
mv All_mp3s2.m3u playlists/all.m3u <- moving my playlist to the playlists folder
rm All_mp3s1.m3u <- delete the temp. files used for sed'ing
rm All_mp3s.m3u <- delete the temp. files used for sed'ing

I have a folder called 'music' and all my music is under that.. and I have a folder called 'playlists' with all my playlists under that..

-Shekhar

-----Original Message-----
From: Harald Milz [mailto:hm_at_seneca.muc.de]
Sent: Monday, January 06, 2003 6:07 PM
To: rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se
Subject: Re: Playlist creation under windoz

Matthew Daubenspeck <matt_at_oddprocess.org> wrote:

> This never works for me (Under Win2k anyway) as it always adds the
> Drive letter to the front of everything. So I use linux and forget
> about Windows :)

You can still install Cygwin and use the GNU tools like find and grep.

-- 
A vacuum is a hell of a lot better than some of the stuff that nature
replaces it with.
		-- Tennessee Williams



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