I hadn’t, but I’m back on feature adding/bug fixing again, so I’ll have a look at it.
Ron, while you are at it, instead of writing your own parser for ogg maybe you should consider using more taglib than you do currently. I have been doing of lot of testing of taglib against the MP3 scanner of Firefly. It seams that the version of taglib in subversion with the proper patches works better than the parser of Firefly for MP3 file.
I also patched Firefly to use taglib for handling MP3 and ogg files. It is very simple. If you want, I can provide you with the files.
I have been spending a lot of time with MP3 and ID3 tags and I must recognize that it is a nightmare. Writing tag parsers might not be the best use of time and nerves…
I wouldn’t mind seeing them. A single tag reader would be nice, but again, it’s the C++ nature of it that seems problematic. Wouldn’t mind playing with it though, to see if I could get it working on an embedded target.
Oh. You can email me at [email protected].