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Hello again.

I only code because of the journey. I would say that, in the last 20 years, there has not been a single piece I am proud of. However, I generally manage to hack a workable solution, and the achievement is usually enough.

The end result is fairly well planned - as is the sql to get it there.

my %album = ( name => "Collection Name", upc_ean => "123456789012", disc => [{ title => "CD 1", disc_id => "12345", track => [{ title => "Track 1 title", isrc => "aa-aaa-13-12345" }] }], );

This summarises the structure well enough. Add in sections of CD-Text where appropriate. Few are mandatory, as far as I am concerned.

My current reading centres on either Marpa, Parse::RecDescent or Regexp::Grammars. I suspect one of these will do what I am looking for...

I'll update later, when I have something cobbled together...

In reply to Re^2: Parsing and extracting data from files. by WhiteTraveller
in thread Parsing and extracting data from files. by WhiteTraveller

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