This is my first Ruby script… please feel free to contact me with feedback.
I know you can currently download into subdirectories based on ID3 tags. I would love to be able to have downloads go into subdirectories based on the PAR2 file that "covers" them.
Example, all files downloaded overnite into a huge directory:
AAA.PAR2 AAA 01-16.mp3 AAA 02-16.mp3 ... AAA 16-16.mp3 AAA.nfo AnnoyinglyNamedNothingLikeAAAButInThePARFileAnyway.nfo BBB.PAR2 BBB 01-92.mp3 BBB 02-92.mp3 ... BBB 92-92.mp3 BBB.nfo ... XXY.PAR2 XXY.mp3 XXY.txt
So I would want them moved into the subdirectories "AAA", "BBB", "XXY", etc. It wouldn't be perfect but it would be a great start for what I do to process my inbound stuff.
If not, how about dumping some log file I can parse in perl or ruby that gives me "AAA.LOG" which lists the files that went with AAA.PAR2 ?
Of course, being a borderline OCD engineer, I didn't just solve the problem but also put together a full object-oriented infrastructure to parse and process PAR2 files. I've only handled one packet type defined in the PAR2 specifications, but put in place a
Par2BasePacket with an interface that all the other packet types can be derived from.
Without further delay, see the attached code (sorry, my install doesn't support syntax highlighting of ruby and I don't have time now - but you can paste the code into this online highlighter).