[vorbis] TAG Standard - ENSEMBLE/PERFORMER tags
krooger at debian.org
Sun Jan 13 13:03:23 PST 2002
On Sun, Jan 13, 2002 at 03:26:14PM -0500, Glenn Maynard wrote:
>It doesn't do a whole lot more than tags; it's certainly not
>comprehensive. It's a useful reference for prior art, of course, but
>I'd really not like to see it used directly. (It doesn't appear to do
>*any* of the useful language functions that have been discussed
>recently: translation, translit, etc.)
With UTF-8, does a '\0' byte mean anything, or can it still retain its C
function of marking the end of string? I'm trying to figure out how to
upload the data and still be able to know where one string ends off;
\r\n isn't the way, because those characters are allowed inside tags.
I still plan to do the frontend to freedb for tags; maybe you could
start a thread with a different subject entitled "metadata" stream,
and do something similar where you take data from the ogg-db as a
starting point, and let people fill in metadata?
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