Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Suggestion for new file name filter
Re: Suggestion for new file name filter
From: Jeff Waltzer <jeffwaltzer_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 08:43:40 -0800 (PST)
Don't see what regular expressions get us here. Seems to be its just a
complicated way of doing playlists to me.
--- Nanne Huiges <nanne_at_fmf.nl> wrote:
> > > hmm, regexp might be the best way, but then again maybe hard to do..
> > If anyone could do a user example showing how the configuration should
> be done
> > then the to-be-implementer can use some thoughts from that.
> wouldn't it be just as simple te get a "filter" files (maybe more, so
> can have up to n filterfiles (filtern.filt)....
> and then have them contain a (perl like) regexp, so you can just do
> something like
> wich would mean (sorry, my perl is abit rusty, so it might be crap)
> any string starting with a - and ending with a - is replaces with
> than you can put recognisable strings in your wps ([b] for band?) so you
> can make a
> filter for deleting everything between the [b] [/b] tags...
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