flactagger is a script for tagging FLAC files. It can extract information from file names if they're named according to etree.org's naming standards. It can also extract information from info files like song titles, location, and date. Tags can also be edited in an editor.
|Tags||Archiving multimedia Sound/Audio|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD Unix|
Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs related to the -e option.
Release Notes: This release has automatic detection of the two -m modes and support for titles spanning several lines. It also fixes a bug or two.
Release Notes: Mainly non-important fixes like spelling errors and a change to the description of the -T option.
Release Notes: This release has been completely rewritten in Ruby and simplified from the compexities of version 2.0.x. A C compiler is no longer needed. This version depends on "metaflac" like versions prior to 0.8.x. REPLAYGAIN tags are preserved. Support was added for multiple equal fields, multiple types of track numbers, editing of tags in an editor, and several parsing modes. The -d and -r tags take an optional regexp argument. flactagger has also been relicensed under the GNU GPLv3.
Release Notes: The file name of the file being tagged will be displayed if the environmental variable VERBOSE is set. There are some cosmetic changes to the output from --help. An error message that contradicted itself has been fixed.