SYNOPSISwm2xmcd [-v n] [-d outdir] [-c] workmandb ...
DESCRIPTIONSimilar in function to xmcd, workman is a CD audio player utility for the X window system, but uses the XView/Open Look interface. Wm2xmcd is a simple program that converts workman CD database files to the xmcd format. A specified workman CD database file is used as input and Xmcd CD database files are generated.
OPTIONSWm2xmcd supports the following options:
- -v n
- Specifies level of verbosity of output diagnostics. Currently the levels 0 through 3 are supported. Level 0 is the "quietest" whereas level 3 generates lots of messages.
- -d outdir
- Specifies the output directory. The default is cddb under the current directory. If the -c option is also specified, then subdirectories under outdir will be created.
With this option,
will prompt the user to type a category name for each CD entry
to be converted. Each category will be a subdirectory under the
NOTESWorkman uses a complex multi-line track title description scheme, whereas xmcd uses a simple list of single-line titles. Xmcd has flexible free-form text fields associated with the CD as well as each track. Wm2xmcd currently expands the multi-line workman track entries into a format that fits the xmcd list, but does not use the free-form text fields.
Some workman database keywords are ignored by this utility, notably those that correspond to workman features that are irrelevant in xmcd.
AUTHORTi Kan ([email protected])
AMB Research Laboratories, Sunnyvale, CA, U.S.A.
Comments, suggestions, and bug reports are always welcome.
Workman was originally written by Steve Grimm ([email protected]). Inquiries about workman should be directed to its current maintainer, Dirk Foersterling ([email protected]).