|author||Eric Wong <email@example.com>||2015-12-25 08:32:25 +0000|
|committer||Eric Wong <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2015-12-25 08:33:43 +0000|
English grammar is not easy :x While we're at it, dtas-archive.txt is expanded to document things like: http://80x24.org/dtas-all/20150918085401.GA8610@dcvr.yhbt.net/ (bus failure).
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Uncommon for audio software, dtas is implemented in Ruby.
The latest stable release or development snapshot of Ruby is recommended.
-However, Ruby 1.9.3 should work, too. Older versions of Ruby are not
+However, Ruby 1.9.3 and later works, but older versions of Ruby do not.
-SoX is a dependency of dtas-player. While not _strictly_ required, the
+SoX is a dependency of dtas-player. While not _strictly_ required,
dtas-player uses SoX by default and you will need it unless you've
reconfigured dtas-player to use something else.
-mp3gain is required if you use ReplayGain with MP3s
+mp3gain is required if you want to use ReplayGain with MP3s
If you only intend to use dtas-cueedit, you will need metaflac(1) from
the FLAC package.
-Debian 7 users can install dependencies easily:
+Debian 7+ users can install dependencies easily:
sudo apt-get install sox libsox-fmt-all mp3gain flac ruby-dev