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/*************************************************************************** copyright : (C) 2002, 2003 by Scott Wheeler email : ***************************************************************************/ /*************************************************************************** * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify * * it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License version * * 2.1 as published by the Free Software Foundation. * * * * This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but * * WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of * * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU * * Lesser General Public License for more details. * * * * You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public * * License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software * * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 * * USA * ***************************************************************************/ #ifndef TAGLIB_TEXTIDENTIFICATIONFRAME_H #define TAGLIB_TEXTIDENTIFICATIONFRAME_H #include <tstringlist.h> #include <id3v2frame.h> namespace TagLib { namespace ID3v2 { class Tag; //! An ID3v2 text identification frame implementation /*! * This is an implementation of the most common type of ID3v2 frame -- text * identification frames. There are a number of variations on this. Those * enumerated in the ID3v2.4 standard are: * * <ul> * <li><b>TALB</b> Album/Movie/Show title</li> * <li><b>TBPM</b> BPM (beats per minute)</li> * <li><b>TCOM</b> Composer</li> * <li><b>TCON</b> Content type</li> * <li><b>TCOP</b> Copyright message</li> * <li><b>TDEN</b> Encoding time</li> * <li><b>TDLY</b> Playlist delay</li> * <li><b>TDOR</b> Original release time</li> * <li><b>TDRC</b> Recording time</li> * <li><b>TDRL</b> Release time</li> * <li><b>TDTG</b> Tagging time</li> * <li><b>TENC</b> Encoded by</li> * <li><b>TEXT</b> Lyricist/Text writer</li> * <li><b>TFLT</b> File type</li> * <li><b>TIPL</b> Involved people list</li> * <li><b>TIT1</b> Content group description</li> * <li><b>TIT2</b> Title/songname/content description</li> * <li><b>TIT3</b> Subtitle/Description refinement</li> * <li><b>TKEY</b> Initial key</li> * <li><b>TLAN</b> Language(s)</li> * <li><b>TLEN</b> Length</li> * <li><b>TMCL</b> Musician credits list</li> * <li><b>TMED</b> Media type</li> * <li><b>TMOO</b> Mood</li> * <li><b>TOAL</b> Original album/movie/show title</li> * <li><b>TOFN</b> Original filename</li> * <li><b>TOLY</b> Original lyricist(s)/text writer(s)</li> * <li><b>TOPE</b> Original artist(s)/performer(s)</li> * <li><b>TOWN</b> File owner/licensee</li> * <li><b>TPE1</b> Lead performer(s)/Soloist(s)</li> * <li><b>TPE2</b> Band/orchestra/accompaniment</li> * <li><b>TPE3</b> Conductor/performer refinement</li> * <li><b>TPE4</b> Interpreted, remixed, or otherwise modified by</li> * <li><b>TPOS</b> Part of a set</li> * <li><b>TPRO</b> Produced notice</li> * <li><b>TPUB</b> Publisher</li> * <li><b>TRCK</b> Track number/Position in set</li> * <li><b>TRSN</b> Internet radio station name</li> * <li><b>TRSO</b> Internet radio station owner</li> * <li><b>TSOA</b> Album sort order</li> * <li><b>TSOP</b> Performer sort order</li> * <li><b>TSOT</b> Title sort order</li> * <li><b>TSRC</b> ISRC (international standard recording code)</li> * <li><b>TSSE</b> Software/Hardware and settings used for encoding</li> * <li><b>TSST</b> Set subtitle</li> * </ul> * * The ID3v2 Frames document gives a description of each of these formats * and the expected order of strings in each. ID3v2::Header::frameID() can * be used to determine the frame type. */ class TextIdentificationFrame : public Frame { friend class FrameFactory; public: /*! * Construct an empty frame of type \a type. Uses \a encoding as the * default text encoding. * * \note In this case you must specify the text encoding as it * resolves the ambiguity between constructors. */ TextIdentificationFrame(const ByteVector &type, String::Type encoding); /*! * This is a dual purpose constructor. \a data can either be binary data * that should be parsed or (at a minimum) the frame ID. */ explicit TextIdentificationFrame(const ByteVector &data); /*! * Destroys this TextIdentificationFrame instance. */ virtual ~TextIdentificationFrame(); /*! * Text identification frames are a list of string fields. * * This function will accept either a StringList or a String (using the * StringList constructor that accepts a single String). * * \note This will not change the text encoding of the frame even if the * strings passed in are not of the same encoding. Please use * setEncoding(s.type()) if you wish to change the encoding of the frame. */ void setText(const StringList &l); // Reimplementations. virtual void setText(const String &s); virtual String toString() const; /*! * Returns the text encoding that will be used in rendering this frame. * This defaults to the type that was either specified in the constructor * or read from the frame when parsed. * * \see setTextEncoding() * \see render() */ String::Type textEncoding() const; /*! * Sets the text encoding to be used when rendering this frame to * \a encoding. * * \see textEncoding() * \see render() */ void setTextEncoding(String::Type encoding); /*! * Returns a list of the strings in this frame. */ StringList fieldList() const; protected: // Reimplementations. virtual void parseFields(const ByteVector &data); virtual ByteVector renderFields() const; /*! * The constructor used by the FrameFactory. */ TextIdentificationFrame(const ByteVector &data, Header *h); private: TextIdentificationFrame(const TextIdentificationFrame &); TextIdentificationFrame &operator=(const TextIdentificationFrame &); class TextIdentificationFramePrivate; TextIdentificationFramePrivate *d; }; /*! * This is a specialization of text identification frames that allows for * user defined entries. Each entry has a description in addition to the * normal list of fields that a text identification frame has. * * This description identifies the frame and must be unique. */ //! An ID3v2 custom text identification frame implementationx class UserTextIdentificationFrame : public TextIdentificationFrame { friend class FrameFactory; public: /*! * Constructs an empty user defined text identification frame. For this to be * a useful frame both a description and text must be set. */ explicit UserTextIdentificationFrame(String::Type encoding = String::Latin1); /*! * Creates a frame based on \a data. */ explicit UserTextIdentificationFrame(const ByteVector &data); virtual String toString() const; /*! * Returns the description for this frame. */ String description() const; /*! * Sets the description of the frame to \a s. \a s must be unique. You can * check for the presense of another user defined text frame of the same type * using find() and testing for null. */ void setDescription(const String &s); StringList fieldList() const; void setText(const String &text); void setText(const StringList &fields); /*! * Searches for the user defined text frame with the description \a description * in \a tag. This returns null if no matching frames were found. */ static UserTextIdentificationFrame *find(Tag *tag, const String &description); private: UserTextIdentificationFrame(const ByteVector &data, Header *h); UserTextIdentificationFrame(const TextIdentificationFrame &); UserTextIdentificationFrame &operator=(const UserTextIdentificationFrame &); class UserTextIdentificationFramePrivate; UserTextIdentificationFramePrivate *d; }; } } #endif