ReOrganize4L is a tool for rearranging the files on an MP3 stick. It is based on ReOrganize! for Windows and supports many devices. The main idea behind it is that most MP3 sticks sort the tracks by date. ReOrganize4L first copies the tracks to a temporary directory on your hard drive, then rearranges the order of the files. After this, it copies the tracks (with the new order) back to the stick.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Players MP3|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A bug that caused the program to crash when it starts has been fixed. The **filelist array has been replaced with a temporary file.
Release Notes: A GUI is added. Alphabetical sorting is deactivated (it will be reactivated when the beta status of this version ends). The language is now C and C++.
Release Notes: A very small bugfix was made. Previously, the user could cause the tool to crash by typing a letter instead of a number in the menu.
Release Notes: This version implemented alphabetical sorting, custom sort lists, and display of the current file listing.