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The problem this script solves.

    Some MP3 players have a strange folder management: they read the tracks'
    titles from the ID3 tags, and order by alphabetic number, ignoring both
    the alphabetic filename and the track id3 info.

    This script considers:
        (1) each MP3 have a track field in ID3 tags
        (2) you don't have any album > 99 tracks (Gescom - Minidisc has 88)
        (3) you don't use your player to share MP3 with other people and so
            accept to add the track info in the title ID3 tag.

How the script works?

    It prepends each MP3's title ID3 tag with track number.

        e.g.

          Blue (Da Ba Dee) (DJ Ponte Radio Edit)
                         becomes
        03 - Blue (Da Ba Dee) (DJ Ponte Radio Edit)

    If a track already beings by "<track><space><dash>", it will ignore it.

Requirements

   id3v2 - http://sourceforge.net/projects/id3v2/
   On FreeBSD, install /usr/ports/audio/id3v2

   You can replace it by any other id3 CLI tool.

Support

    dereckson@espace-win.org