#beets

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      • sampsyo
        EvanPurkhiser: Good idea! It's an interesting question...
      • It definitely seems useful to have a flag, but there's also an argument for making a more complete solution (sort by multiple fields, ascending vs. descending).
      • It would also be nice if other commands could similarly use sorting -- i.e., we would make it part of the general query syntax.
      • Maybe we should try to design the ideal solution? It would be a shame to add a one-off flag and then have to deprecate it soon after...
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      • Sothoth
        did install beet
      • via pip
      • and pip show beets tells me 1.3.5 installed
      • now it isnt there ...
      • might it be in unusual PATH ?
      • ThomW
        you might need to add ~/.local/bin to your path
      • if you installed beets locally
      • Probably best to check if 'beet' is there in the first place :p
      • You did realise that the command is 'beet' and not 'beets' right? :P
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      • DjSlash
        sampsyo: is using different configs, but the same database going to be a problem ? (probably not, but just asking to be sure)
      • xplat
        DjSlash: usually not, it's generally like using different command-line arguments with the same database.
      • DjSlash
        yeah, that's what I thought
      • xplat
        DjSlash: but there might be some esoteric settings where it matters, or at least matters to you (in terms of metadata consistency). if in doubt about some difference you'd probably want to ask about it specifically.
      • DjSlash
        I'm not worried about that, it's basically that I don't want the 'music' for my daughter to be in the same directory as my own music
      • xplat
        DjSlash: Ah. I'm not actually sure if changing the library dir will be a problem, you'll have to wait for an answer from someone else (or just try it on a small test dataset)
      • DjSlash: be aware, though, that if you share a database, the music from both library dirs will show up in queries regardless of which config you're using
      • DjSlash: if that's going to annoy you, you should configure different databases in the two configs.
      • DjSlash
        If it's going to annoy me, I'll just rename the directory the music for my daughter is in and do an beet update :)
      • thanks for thinking with me, btw
      • xplat
        np
      • derwin
        I did the thing you're asking about with two different collections
      • and symlinks
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      • DjSlash
        what exactly did you do with symlinks?
      • derwin
        I had two collections, and I wanted one to be both a subset and a superset of the other
      • so most stuff went in the "master" collection
      • and was symlinked on a directory level into the "slave"
      • if I wanted something only in the "slave", I had a config that I used to import directly into the slave paths.
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      • DjSlash
        yep, thats almost as I want it too
      • NOTICE: [beets] sampsyo pushed 8 new commits to master: https://github.com/sampsyo/beets/compare/9b160bb81dd4...6cc643520dbb
      • NOTICE: beets/master 117d16f Fabrice Laporte: lyrics: add tests to track which websites can be scraped by our algo and be...
      • NOTICE: beets/master 567e630 Fabrice Laporte: fix flake8
      • NOTICE: beets/master 9e39946 Fabrice L: Update lyrics_sources.py...
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      • jjrh
        Are any of the people interested in the new http api stuff here?
      • derwin
        ?
      • if they are, they'll want you to ask whatever you have to ask
      • jjrh
        I didn't have anything specific just wanted to see if people were around on irc.
      • Specifically I am wondering about the angular vs ember vs backbone vs from scratch stuff
      • I haven't done anything with any of those frameworks myself and looking at angular and ember they look very similar.
      • sampsyo
        I'm here
      • Yeah, from that list, I have only used Backbone
      • But Angular and Ember do indeed look very similar
      • The web is full of a crazy amount of opinion on both sides, as usual
      • One nice thing about Ember is that it's from the same developers as JSON API, so it's a bit of a good match
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      • jjrh
        http://www.benlesh.com/2014/04/embular-part-1-c... reading this seems to push me towards ember.
      • once the http api is in place people can do what ever they want though. It's just good to have something we can target.
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      • sampsyo
        jjrh: That's true. It seems like it might be worthwhile to start on the interface design even before there's an API all finished.
      • jjrh
        https://github.com/emberjs/data seems to be the module/plugin (or what ever they call it in ember) for mapping json data to ember models
      • I'll probably hack away on this over the weekend and see what I can get going. I'm fairly new to beets dev. It was ironic I started writing some code to talk to the beets database the other week and then checked the git and saw this http stuff
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      • rafi
        I've been using Backbone+Marionette+RequireJS for years. ember and angular are way too opinionated for me, and have a lot of magic bindings, which I see, as a bad thing
      • jjrh
        The opinionated things are useful in the sense we are all on the same page.
      • rafi
        ember != angular
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      • EvanPurkhiser
        lazka: I updated my PR again with your suggestion to not subclass ID3FileType. I still had a question about overriding the private methods.
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