The "Moving" output actually overlaps with the encoding processes...
authorJesus Climent <mooch@debian.org>
Thu, 11 Aug 2005 15:21:44 +0000 (15:21 +0000)
committerJesus Climent <mooch@debian.org>
Thu, 11 Aug 2005 15:21:44 +0000 (15:21 +0000)
abcde

diff --git a/abcde b/abcde
index d97e1eb..810ab8b 100755 (executable)
--- a/abcde
+++ b/abcde
@@ -967,13 +967,15 @@ do_move ()
                OUTPUTFILEDIR=$(dirname "$OUTPUTDIR/$OUTPUTFILE")
                # mkdir -p shouldn't return an error if the directory already exists
                mkdir -p "$OUTPUTFILEDIR"
-               run_command '' vecho "Moving track$1.$OUTPUT to $OUTPUTDIR/$OUTPUTFILE.$OUTPUT"
+               # Silence the Moving output since it overlaps with encoding processes...
+               #run_command '' vecho "Moving track$1.$OUTPUT to $OUTPUTDIR/$OUTPUTFILE.$OUTPUT"
                run_command movetrack-$1 mv "$ABCDETEMPDIR/track$1.$OUTPUT" "$OUTPUTDIR/$OUTPUTFILE.$OUTPUT"
                # Lets move the cue file
                if CUEFILE=$(checkstatus cuefile) >/dev/null ; then 
                        if [ -r "$ABCDETEMPDIR/$CUEFILE" ]; then
                                if checkstatus movecue-$OUTPUT; then :; else
-                                       run_command '' vecho "Copying cue file to its destination directory..."
+                                       # Silence the Copying output since it overlaps with encoding processes...
+                                       #run_command '' vecho "Copying cue file to its destination directory..."
                                        if checkstatus onetrack >/dev/null ; then
                                                case $OUTPUT in
                                                        # NOTE: Creating a cue file with the 3-char-extension files is to comply with