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NAME

       formats - Internal formats database file for lltag

DESCRIPTION

       The  internal  format database is usually stored in /etc/lltag/formats.
       The user may override this file by defining a $HOME/.lltag/formats.  If
       this file exists, the system-wide one is ignored.

       These files contain entries starting with a line such as:

       [%n - %a - %t]
              A title between bracket that will be displayed at runtime.

       Then,  the following 3 lines must be given to explain how the format is
       actually used to parse filenames:

       type = basename
              The type is either basename (to parse the last part of the  path
              to a file) or path (to parse the directory part of the path to a
              file).  When actually parsing the path to target files, basename
              and  path  parsers  will be assembled.  All possible combination
              will be tried.

       regexp = %L%N%S-%S%A%S-%S%A%L
              A string composed of any characters, with the following  special
              fields:

              %L  for delimiter (empty by default, multiple spaces if --spaces
              was given)

              %S for a space (or multiple spaces if --spaces was given)

              %N for numbers

              %A for an alphanumeric string without /

              %P for any path (alphanumeric string with /)

              %% for %

       indices = NUMBER,ARTIST,TITLE
              A list of fields to match (either given by their  full  name  or
              associated  letter)  corresponding to each %N or %A field in the
              previous format.  It may be AUTHOR (or a), ALBUM (A), GENRE (g),
              NUMBER (n), TITLE (t), DATE (d), COMMENT (c) or IGNORE (i).  See
              also FORMAT in the manpage of  lltag  for  details  about  these
              fields.

SEE ALSO

       lltag(1)

AUTHOR

       Brice Goglin

                                 NOVEMBER 2006                lltag_formats(5)