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You should be able to put something together with File::Find (or one of its derivatives, if you prefer that), MP3::Tag or one of its competitors, and Archive::Zip.

The core of the script could be like this:

use File::Find; @ARGV = '.' unless @ARGV; find sub { # all code comes here return unless -f; # $_ is basename, use this because we have chdir'ed to its directo +ry if(/\.txt$/) { say $File::Find::name; } elsif(/\.zip$/) { # process ZIP file } elsif(/\.mp3$/) { # process mp3 file } }, @ARGV;

In reply to Re: Directory tree script that reads ID3 tags and archive file contents by bart
in thread Directory tree script that reads ID3 tags and archive file contents by wessman98

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