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NAME

       zomg - libre.fm submission and radio client

SYNOPSIS

       zomg [-n] [-z] [musicfile-or-dir...]

       zomg -r [libre.fm url]

DESCRIPTION

       For each file given on the command line, zomg will attempt to play the
       track then submit the requisite metadata to your last.fm profile,
       libre.fm profile, or any combination of servers you have configured in
       ~/.zomg/conf .

       If it fails to get a success response or if -n is used, zomg will stop
       attempting to make outbound TCP connections, and will cache played
       tracks until zomg is next invoked, at which point it will attempt to
       flush the cache (thereby submitting all tracks to the servers).
       Independent caches are maintained per-service.

       zomg will recurse through each directory given on the command line and
       add playable files within to its internal playlist. You may intersperse
       directories and files as you wish.

       If -z is used, zomg will shuffle the order that the tracks in the
       internal playlist (either passed on the command line without -t or
       within directories passed on the command line with -t) are played.

       Finally, if -r is used, zomg will enter interactive radio mode. If a
       last.fm-style URL is passed to zomg-r, it will tune to that station
       before presenting the user with its initial prompt.



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