lrc files: ASCII text?
Hello. This is probably not a Debian related problem, so sorry for
that, but maybe someone has an answer. I am trying to load lrc lyrics
files to an mp3 player. There was one lrc example file in it, and it
looked just like plain text, with time tags. So I made one for another
song, put it in the player, and nothing, lyrics are not shown. I
downloaded an lrc file from the web, uploaded it, and it works.
Now the Debian part:-)
The command 'file' on the sample lrc says: 'ASCII English text, with
CRLF line terminators'. The file from the web says: 'ASCII English
text'. The file I have is 'ASCII text, with CRLF line terminators'.
The first trial was with a version wich was 'ASCII text', and nothing
either. First I thought it was a CRLF issue, but it is not. What about
the 'English' tag. How does file knows it is English or non-English.
In fact, my problematic song is a Japanese one, but lyrics are
written in romanized form, no weird characters. I don't know what else
to do, so any help will be appreciated.