ls2html is a Perl script which traverses a directory tree of MP3/OGG files and writes an index.html file containing a table-based listing of subdirectories and MP3/OGG files in each directory. It currently extracts tag information from OGG files, organizing the information below it in the table. The main goal of this project is to offer users who like to share OGG/MP3 files through Web servers to easily do so without worrying about running backend services or opening the Web server to raw directory listing.
only wish is for mulitple accounts
This application is probably the closest what my dream of a simple, fast finance application with forecasting and scheduled transactions, etc... the only clincher is the single account.
Multiple accounts would seal the deal... being able to transfer between accounts on a scheduled date is the only thing I do in MS Money that this cannot do... it eats at my very heart :P
mosix hmm.. beowulf as a plugin *lol*
I just installed this onto my debian 2.1 system and it rocks, plain and simple. I have a Pentium 450 and run mosix between that and a Pentium 166, both with 128mb ram. Once you optimize your environment to work right with parallel processing, this thing really makes it cook. It makes my StarOffice 5.1 under KDE come up like greased lightning.