YAAPG (Yet Another but not just Any Playlist Generator) is a Perl script to generate a random .mp3 playlist for your music player. It randomly generates a playlist of MP3 music files into a convenient .m3u file found in /albums of the YAAPG folder. It handles fixed as well as VBR MP3s. Deep nesting of music files is supported; there is no need for playlist preprocessing. There are no song repeats per playlist, and repeats on successive runs are user-controlled with a history file function.
winblast2unix fixes files/directories you import from a Windows partition or Windows-made disk. It translates all whitespaces and control characters in filenames and directories to the underscore character and executes a mass chmod on the files (755 for directories, .exe, .dll, and .com files, and 644 for everything else). It has user "restriction" for multi-user environments in which all users of a common programs folder may not be trusted. User can now chose the option of translating non-English characters into English equivalents, or strip them completely.
A most useful utility!
In the past, I have used GIMP or XnView to do .gif to .png conversion. Now I need not launch a large X app to do so. Thank you!
Am am in the process of creating installation instructions for Debian Woody (stable) for your clock.
I have a compilation problem. The screenshot of the error is here:
My gmodule.h is present and available in /usr/include/glib-1.2/
I also have the 2.0 version in /usr/include/glib-2.0/
Is there a way of forcing the makefile to see it? Or, which dir is it looking for it so I can make a symlink?
Thanks for any help :-)