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grip 2.95 needs some testing.


I've been running this port (Grip 2.95) at home to rip quite a few CDs
(that I own, mind you) and convert them to ogg vorbis files with
success.  Most of the patches comes from NetBSD.

I'd like to get some feedback before I eventually commit this port.

---cut: DESCR---
Grip is a front-end to external cd audio rippers (such as dagrab
or cdda2wav). It also provides an automated frontend for MP3 encoders,
letting you take a disc and transform it easily straight into MP3s.
The CDDB protocol is supported for retrieving track information
from disc database servers. Grip works with DigitalDJ to provide a
unified "computerized" version of your music collection.

Here is the URL:

SHA1 (grip.tar.gz) = 6c19ce1da84ac07f75435b0b5fd11873fc6ff529


// david lebel <lebel_(_at_)_{lebel_(_dot_)_org,nobiaze.com,openbsd.org}> //
// http://www.lebel.org/           http://www.nobiaze.com/ //
// pgp: 3633 6999 D47E 73ED 099F  4341 08A4 8E48 EF56 61D1 //