abcde is a frontend command-line utility (actually, a shell script) that
grabs tracks off a CD or a singletrack flac file with an embeded cuesheet,
encodes them to Ogg/Vorbis, MP3, FLAC, Ogg/Speex and/or MPP/MP+(Musepack)
format, and tags them, all in one go.
Your finished Ogg/MP3/FLAC/Speex/MPP's are, by default, stored in a subdirectory
of the current directory (named after the art
Q. Who created abcde? Who develops it nowadays?
A. It was originally created by Robert Woodcook. He decided to give up
maintaining it at some point in 2002 and Jesus Climent took over. In 2012,
Colin Tuckley and Steve McIntyre joined in to help. Contact
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if you
have a problem or a sugges
* Sort options alphabetically (Closes issue 58).
Thanks to vskytta for the patch.
* Add Recommends: mailx in the Debian packaging for Debian/Ubuntu
users. Closes: #607147
* Fix encoding call for m4a. (Closes issue 31). Closes: #449045
* Fix do_musicbrainz() for the case where there are no matches.
* When using Musicbrainz, checksum and only output unique matches for