Re: m3u planned?
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Larry Garfield <larry@g...> wrote:
> I'm not Tim so I don't know how hard it would be, but it COULD bethat
> hard to implement. Bear in mind, as mentioned, m3u playlists oftenuse
> absolute paths. The absolute path on a PC looks nothing like theI've got a shared drive that stores all my mp3s and playlists. I had
the same problem trying to get the playlists to work under both Linux
The solution was to create the directory structure as Artist->Album
and then have the playlist in the album directory with only the file
name, no path.
Yes, it might be hard to deal with absolute paths and different path
separetors, but Winamp doesn't deal with that either, so just ignore
I would love this feature as well.
- On Wednesday 01 October 2003 09:58, melevittfl wrote:
> Yes, it might be hard to deal with absolute paths and different pathCome on Tim - this feature is being repeatedly asked for. It CAN'T be that
> separetors, but Winamp doesn't deal with that either, so just ignore
> I would love this feature as well.
hard to implement. I have only one 256M card, and I regularly copy different
music to it, and then have to manually build new ptunes playlists. It'd be so
much easier if I could just copy m3us. Here's an offer - if you'll publish
the spec/format for ptunes playlists, I'll write something to convert from
m3u - can't be above a few lines of perl.
Niall O Broin