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Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Fulfilling The Roadmap

Jaikoz 3.2.2 out now fixing the remaining problems in 3.2.0. 3.2 goes someway towards the roadmap with a simpler interface and simpler matching options. But I didn't manage the last option , more automated tests !

As a result there was a few issues with 3.2.0, so lesson learnt I do need more automated tests and I always should do a beta for these major releases !

I've also been busy rewriting the Musicbrainz Search Server, if all goes as plans this update should make it way onto Musicbrainz very soon.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

when will it work with snow leopard?

Paul Taylor said...

It works now if you install the patch at http://www.jthink.net/jaikoz/jsp/fixes/start.jsp

A new full release will be available this week.

Adam said...

Hi Paul,

Not sure if this is the best place to ask but I could find no other way of contacting you. I've bought a copy of Jaikoz and been using it for a while but only very basically i.e. clicking on autocorrect.

What I want to know (as I use my Mac more these days and only have Jaikoz as an MP3 tagger/organiser) is that can it save files out to a folder structure based on the mp3 tags eg.

Artist Name
Album name 1
Album name 2

etc. If not can you recommend one that you know of for the Mac. I have one for the PC but I want one for my Mac.

Thanks, Adam

Paul Taylor said...

Hi Adam http://www.jthink.net/jaikozforum/forums/list.page is the place for these questions, but you can use Action/File And Folder Correct/Correct Subfolder from Tags to do this. It uses the mask defined in Preferences/File and Folder Correct/Rename Folder from Tags

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