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Bug#255839: marked as done (GNUMP3d sorting)

Your message dated Mon, 2 Jun 2008 14:08:34 +0100
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and subject line gnump3d has been removed from Debian, closing #255839
has caused the Debian Bug report #255839,
regarding GNUMP3d sorting
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Package: gnump3d
Version: 2.8-2
Severity: wishlist
Tags: upstream

When playing a directory recursively, the playlist order will be
strictly alphabetical rather than sorted per directory.  This behaviour
is not ideal in some cases.

I generally store my files as follows:


And so on, and when clicking on [Play All] to listen to all albums by
an artist, I get the list sorted in song-name order, which means that
I get all the 01-songs, then all the 02-songs etc.  This might work for
some artists and albums, but for things like concept-albums (think
Pink Floyd for instance) or audio-books (think Lord of the Rings where
each book is stored in a separate directory) it's clearly not a good

It may be that I've just missed the proper config-option, but I've at
least read the documentation and configuration-file without finding
anything helpful.

Regards: David Weinehall
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Version: 3.0-4+rm

The gnump3d package has been removed from Debian testing, unstable and
experimental, so I am now closing the bugs that were still opened
against it.

For more information about this package's removal, read
http://bugs.debian.org/468643 . That bug might give the reasons why
this package was removed, and suggestions of possible replacements.

Don't hesitate to reply to this mail if you have any question.

Thank you for your contribution to Debian.

Marco Rodrigues

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