[Bug 515587] [NEW] abcde should not write over "unknown" folder

Reuben Firmin launchpad at flavor8.com
Mon Feb 1 17:13:47 UTC 2010

Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: abcde

When abcde cannot identify the artist / album, the default name assigned
to the output folder is "Unknown_Artist-Unknown_Album".

If abcde is being called from a script to rip many CDs at once, every
time a CD cannot be identified, the Unknown_Artist-Unknown_Album folder
is overwritten. It _does_ make sense to overwrite identified albums
(perhaps the user is re-ripping with a different codec, or similar), but
given that many albums may be "unknown", abcde should have a special
case that takes care of this logic.

I suggest that the folders be named sequentially, e.g. Unknown_Artist-
Unknown_Album_1, Unknown_Artist-Unknown_Album_2, etc.


** Affects: abcde (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

abcde should not write over "unknown" folder
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