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c9c2ca27 1#!/bin/sh
2
3# Copyright (C) 1999 Nathaniel Smith <njs@uclink4.berkeley.edu>
4# Copyright (C) 1999, 2000, 2001 Robert Woodcock <rcw@debian.org>
5895f404 5# Copyright (C) 2003, 2005 Jesus Climent <jesus.climent@hispalinux.es>
c9c2ca27 6# This code is hereby licensed for public consumption under either the
7# GNU GPL v2 or greater, or Larry Wall's Artistic License - your choice.
8#
9# You should have recieved a copy of the GNU General Public License
10# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
11# Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
12
13# Copyright for this work is to expire January 1, 2010, after which it
14# shall be public domain.
15
16# TODO:
17# - Add more error checking
18
19# KNOWN BUGS:
20# - Not much error checking, esp. of arguments
21# - Submitted via: line is created by template, when it really should be in send.
22# Oh well.
23
0759150d 24VERSION=0.4.7
c9c2ca27 25NAME=cddb-tool
26
27#return codes
28BAD_SYNTAX_ERR=10 # invalid CDDB file
29NO_TMP_ERR=11 # can't create a temp file
30NO_MATCH_ERR=12 # try submitting one
31LOOKUP_ERR=13 # problem connecting to cddb server
32EMPTY_QUERY_RESPONSE=14 # query response = "", (probably no net connection)
33
34# assume a reasonable default if $HTTPGET is undefined
35if [ "$HTTPGET" = "" ]; then
36 if [ X"$(uname)" = X"FreeBSD" ] ; then
37 HTTPGET=fetch
38 HTTPGETOPTS=${HTTPGETOPTS:="-q -o -"}
a9a23379 39 elif [ X"$(uname)" = X"NetBSD" ] ; then
40 HTTPGET=ftp
41 HTTPGETOPTS=${HTTPGETOPTS:="-q -o -"}
c9c2ca27 42 elif [ X"$(uname)" = X"Darwin" ] ; then
43 HTTPGET=curl
44 HTTPGETOPTS=${HTTPGETOPTS:="-f -s"}
45 else
46 HTTPGET=wget
47 HTTPGETOPTS=${HTTPGETOPTS:="-q -O -"}
48 fi
49fi
50
51HTTPGET="$HTTPGET $HTTPGETOPTS"
52
53usage() {
54 cat << EOF
55$NAME version $VERSION
56usage: one of:
57 $0 parse file
58 $0 template disc-id tracks
59 $0 send file address
60 $0 read server proto user host disc-id genre
61 $0 query server proto user host disc-id tracks
62 $0 stat serverurl user host proto
63 $0 help
64EOF
65}
66
67help() {
68 cat << EOF
69$NAME version $VERSION
70A toolbox for doing cddb related stuff
71
72Usage: $0 command [command_options]
73
74Commands:
75 parse file
76 Get data out of a cddb file - dumps to stdout in a form
77 source'able by the shell
78
79 send file address
80 Mails a CDDB file to a specified address, using correct format.
81 Category should be one of blues, classical, country, data, folk,
82 jazz, newage, reggae, rock, soundtrack, or misc.
83 template disc-id tracks
84 Generates a template (empty) cddb file to stdout. The command
85 line should be essentially the output of cd-discid.
86 query server proto user host disc-id tracks
87 Looks up disc on server (should be of form "http://host/~cddb/cddb.cgi")
88 remainder of command line is in the same form as that returned
89 by the cd-discid program.
90 read server proto user host disc-id genre
91 CDDB file is dumped to stdout. File will contain an extra
92 #CATEGORY= line, which leaves it a valid CDDB file but which will
93 be recognized by parse and send commands. Uses wget, so if you
94 need to use a proxy then just configure wget to do so. user and
95 host will be used for identifying ourselves to the CDDB server.
96 stat serverurl user host proto
97 Check server status with given protocol. This can be used to check
98 if the server supports given protocol. Most common values for proto
99 should be 5 and 3. With 3 you will not get DYEAR and DGENRE fields
100 in response.
101 help
102 Display this.
103EOF
104}
105
106f_seq ()
107{
108 i=$1
109 while [ $i -ne `expr $2 + 1` ]
110 do
111 echo $i
112 i=`expr $i + 1`
113 done
114}
115
116COMMAND=$1
117shift
118case $COMMAND in
119parse) # takes 1 argument, a filename, and dumps out a sh parseable version
120 CDDBFILE="$1"
121
122 set -e
123 # names chosen to match usage in abcde code
124 DISCID=$(grep ^DISCID= "$CDDBFILE" | cut -f2 -d= | tr -d \[:cntrl:\])
fe4d186c 125 DARTISTALBUM="$(grep ^DTITLE= "$CDDBFILE" | cut -f2- -d= | tr -d \\n | sed 's- / -~-g' | tr -d \[:cntrl:\])"
126 DARTIST="$(echo "$DARTISTALBUM" | cut -f1 -d~ | sed 's,\\,\\\\,g;s,\([\"\$\`]\),\\\1,g' | tr -d \[:cntrl:\])"
127 DALBUM="$(echo "$DARTISTALBUM" | cut -f2 -d~ | sed 's,\\,\\\\,g;s,\([\"\$\`]\),\\\1,g' | tr -d \[:cntrl:\])"
128 CDDBGENRE="$(grep '^#CATEGORY=' "$CDDBFILE" | cut -f2- -d= | tr -d \[:cntrl:\])"
c9c2ca27 129 if grep "^DYEAR" "$CDDBFILE" 2>&1 > /dev/null ; then
130 CDYEAR=$(grep "^DYEAR" "$CDDBFILE" | cut -f2- -d= | tr -d \[:cntrl:\])
131 elif grep YEAR "$CDDBFILE" 2>&1 > /dev/null ; then
132 CDYEAR=$(grep "YEAR" "$CDDBFILE" | grep -v "DYEAR" | awk 'BEGIN{FS="YEAR:"}{print $2}' | awk '{print $1}')
133 else
134 CDYEAR=""
135 fi
136 CDGENRE=$(grep '^DGENRE=' "$CDDBFILE" | cut -f2- -d= | tr -d \[:cntrl:\])
137
138 set +e
139 echo DISCID="\"$DISCID\""
140 echo DALBUM="\"$DALBUM\""
141 echo DARTIST="\"$DARTIST\""
142 echo CDDBGENRE="\"$CDDBGENRE\""
143 echo CDYEAR="\"$CDYEAR\""
144 echo CDGENRE="\"$CDGENRE\""
145 NUMTRACKS=$(grep -E '^TTITLE[0-9]+=' "$CDDBFILE" | wc -l)
146 CURRTRACK=0
147 while [ "$CURRTRACK" -lt $NUMTRACKS ]; do
148 CURRTRACKM1=$CURRTRACK # Track minus 1 (cddb numbers from 0)
149 CURRTRACK=$(expr $CURRTRACK + 1)
150 echo -n "TRACK${CURRTRACK}=\""
151 grep ^TTITLE${CURRTRACKM1}= "$CDDBFILE" | cut -f2 -d= | sed 's,\\,\\\\,g;s,\([\"\$\`]\),\\\1,g' | tr -d \[:cntrl:\]
152 echo \"
153 done
154 ;;
155
156template)
157 DISCID="$@"
158 DISCNUM=$1
159 echo '# xmcd CD database file'
160 echo '#'
161 echo '# Track frame offsets:'
162 NUMTRACKS=$2
163 for x in $(f_seq 3 $(expr $NUMTRACKS + 2))
164 do
165 printf "#\t$(echo "$DISCID" | cut -f$x -d' ')\n"
166 done
167 x=$(expr $x + 1)
168 LENGTH=$(echo "$DISCID" | cut -f$x -d' ')
169 echo "#"
170 echo "# Disc length: $LENGTH seconds"
171 echo "#"
172 echo "# Submitted via: $NAME $VERSION"
173 echo "#"
174 echo "#blues,classical,country,data,folk,jazz,newage,reggae,rock,soundtrack,misc"
175 echo "#CATEGORY=misc"
176 echo DISCID="$DISCNUM"
177 echo "DTITLE=Unknown Artist / Unknown Album"
178 echo "DYEAR="
179 echo "DGENRE="
180 # TTITLE0 -- TTITLEn
181 for x in $(f_seq 1 $NUMTRACKS)
182 do
183 echo "TTITLE$(expr $x - 1)=Track $x"
184 done
185 echo "EXTD="
186 # EXTT0 -- EXTTn
187 for x in $(f_seq 1 $NUMTRACKS)
188 do
189 echo "EXTT$(expr $x - 1)="
190 done
191 echo "PLAYORDER="
192 ;;
193
194send) # cddb-tool send filename email@address
195 FILE="$1"
196 ADDRESS="$2"
197 DISCID=$(grep ^DISCID= "$FILE" | cut -f2 -d= | tr -d \[:cntrl:\])
fd34b28b 198 CDDBGENRE=$(grep '^#CATEGORY=' "$FILE" | cut -f2- -d= | tr -d \[:cntrl:\])
c9c2ca27 199 grep -v "^#CATEGORY=" "$FILE" | mail -s "cddb $CDDBGENRE $DISCID" "$ADDRESS"
200 ;;
201
202query) # cddb-tool query serverurl proto user host discid...
203 SERVER="$1"
204 PROTO="$2"
205 USER="$3"
206 HOST="$4"
207 HELLOINFO="$USER+$HOST+$NAME+$VERSION"
208 shift 4
209 TRACKINFO="$@"
210 TRACKINFOPLUS=$(echo $TRACKINFO | tr ' ' '+')
211 RESULTS=$($HTTPGET "$SERVER?cmd=cddb+query+$TRACKINFOPLUS\&hello=$HELLOINFO\&proto=$PROTO") || exit $LOOKUP_ERR
0759150d 212 echo "$RESULTS" | tr '\r' '\n' | tr -s '\n' | sed 's/^ //g'
c9c2ca27 213 ;;
214
215read) # cddb-tool read serverurl proto user host genre discnumber
216 SERVER="$1"
217 PROTO="$2"
218 USER="$3"
219 HOST="$4"
220 CATEGORY="$5"
221 DISCID="$6"
222 HELLOINFO="$USER+$HOST+$NAME+$VERSION"
223 $HTTPGET $CDDBDATA "$SERVER?cmd=cddb+read+$CATEGORY+$DISCID\&hello=$HELLOINFO\&proto=$PROTO" 2>/dev/null
224 ;;
225
226stat) # cddb-tool stat serverurl user host proto
227 SERVER="$1"
228 USER="$2"
229 HOST="$3"
230 PROTO="$4"
231 HELLOINFO="$USER+$HOST+$NAME+$VERSION"
232 $HTTPGET $CDDBDATA "$SERVER?cmd=stat&hello=$HELLOINFO\&proto=$PROTO" 2>/dev/null
233 ;;
234
235help) # help
236 help
237 ;;
238
239*) # usage
240 usage
241 ;;
242esac