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Re: randomplay: command-line shuffle music player

On Sun, 7 Sep 2003, Adam Kessel wrote:
> I've written a fairly simple command-line shuffle music file player.
> Despite its simplicity, I find it quite handy, and I don't think there's
> any other package out there (in Debian or not) that does quite what it
> does. The main feature is that it keeps track of which files have been
> played across sessions; but it also has some nice ways to play your files
> quickly from the command line. It's definitely a "scratch an itch" type
> program.  
Been there... my version is -shuffle +recursion.

> I'm wondering if something relatively simple (the script is about 340
> lines of code) would be worth including in Debian.  
There is already something similar (music123), but that one is devoid of 
the features I want, and consists of 1e38 source files and a 300KB binary 
written in some completely inappropiate language (you can do that in a few 
screenfulls of perl, you know).
/-----------------------\ Shh, be vewy, vewy quiet,
| kilobyte@mimuw.edu.pl | I'm hunting wuntime ewwows!
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

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