Provided by: gnupod-tools_0.99.8-6_all
gnupod_search - search and remove files
Search and Remove files --help display this help and exit --version output version information and exit -m, --mount=DIRECTORY iPod mountpoint. Default is $IPOD_MOUNTPOINT -t, --title=STRING search songs by Title -a, --artist=STRING search songs by Artist -l, --album=STRING search songs by Album -i, --id=INT search songs by ID -g, --genre=STRING search songs by Genre -c, --playcount=COUNT search songs by Playcount -s, --rating=STARS search songs by Rating (1 star = 20, 2 stars = 40 ...) -R, --podcastrss=RSS search songs by podcast-rss -U, --podcastguid=GUID search songs by podcast-guid -b, --bitrate=BITRATE search songs by Bitrate -o, --match-once Search does not need to match multiple times (like ($a || $b || $c)) --delete Remove (!) matched songs from the iPod --view=ialt Modify output, default is 'ialt' t = title a = artist r = rating p = path l = album g = genre c = playcount i = id --rename="KEY=VALUE" Rename KEY into VALUE for matched songs. Example: Rename the Artist 'Jon Doe' into 'John Doe' gnupod_search --artist="Jon Doe" --rename="artist=John Doe"
Written by Adrian Ulrich
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Copyright © Adrian Ulrich This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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