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Re: Bug#219139: ITP: cdcat -- a graphical (QT based) catalog program

On Tue, Nov 04, 2003 at 04:20:26PM +0100, Jorge Bernal (Koke) wrote:
>   Description     : a graphical (QT based) catalog program
>  The cdcat is a graphical (QT based) multiplatform (Linux/Windows)
>  catalog program which scan your directoryes/drives you want and
>  memoryze the filesystem /including the tags of mp3's/  and store it a
>  small file.  The database is stored in a gzipped XML format, so you can
>  hack it, or use it if necessary :-)

s/(QT based) //g

We don't need to know the toolkit it uses.  We have dependencies to show

Oh, and s/mp3's/mp3s/.

Hmm, s/memoryze/memorise/ (or memorize if you're a 'merkin).


Possibly drop the leading 'The', since 'cdcat' is more of a proper noun.

"scan your directories/drives you want" should possibly be "scan the
directories/drives you want", or perhaps "scan your directories/drives".

I think that the slashes in the description detract from the readability.  I
know they're there for emphasis, but I don't think it's really that
important to emphasise that phrase.

"store it a small file" should be "store it in a small file".  And how do
you know it will be small?  XML isn't particularly space-conscious, and
peoples' MP3 collections tend to be fairly comprehensive - I'd remove the
word "small" there.

I think I've picked enough nits here today.

- Matt

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