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Re: [vox] Re: Mp3 Music For Linux?
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Re: [vox] Re: Mp3 Music For Linux?



On Wed 27 Dec 06, 12:16 AM, Ruben Safir <ruben@mrbrklyn.com> said:
> > >
> > > cdparanoia works great but for a complete command line solution try
> > > abcde (a better cd encoder). It integrates cdparanoia, various table of
> > > contents (audio cd toc) databases like cddb, and various encoders like
> > > lame to make you a labeled directory of music files. It also gives you a
> > > choice of labels and lets you edit when there are multiple toc matches
> > > (being submitted by whatever users looked up cds that weren't already in
> > > the database or didn't like the entry that was there). I think most
> > > programs just pick the first one because I've never seen others give a
> > > choice.
> > 
> 
> 
> Has anyone actually looked at the CDparania code?  It has some sloppy C memory
> management coding in it
> 
> Ruben
 

Never looked.  Sloppy in what way?  Obvious loss of pointers to dynamic
memory?

Pete 
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