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# tango.info plugin for MusicBrainz Picard
The [old one](http://simbatango.com/2010/07/23/updated-musicbrainz-picard-plugins-for-tango-info/)
is not working anymore, the opendata initiative has stalled, so we have to use web
scraping.
Automatically get *genre, date and singers* from **tango.info**, right inside of MusicBrainz Picard.
# Usage
You will need MusicBrainz Picard
You will need MusicBrainz Picard.
Download the [latest release](https://git.ix5.org/felix/picard-tangoinfo/archive/0.1.zip) of this plugin and unzip it.
Put `tangoinfo.py` into your *plugin directory*.
- On Mac and Linux, this would be `~/.config/MusicBrainz/Picard/plugins`
- On Windows, this would be `C:\Program Files\Musicbrainz Picard\plugins\`
Put `tangoinfo.py` into your plugin directory. On \*nix, this
would be `~/.config/MusicBrainz/Picard/plugins`, consult the
Picard documentation for other operating systems.
Then open Picard, navigate to `Options -> Options -> Plugins` and enable
the one called `Tango.info Adapter`, then restart and use Picard
like you usually would.
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will try to look up the corresponding album on *tango.info* and fill in the
`genre`(capitalized), `vocal`(for Singers) and `date` tags for you.
# What it does(technically)
It looks up the barcode of an album, constructs the url for the corresponding
# How it works
The plugin looks up the barcode of an album, constructs the url for the corresponding
*tango.info* album('product'/'TINP') page, parses the HTML, looks for the
`tracks` table and extracts `genre`, `Perf date` and `Vocalist(s)`.

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#!/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
PLUGIN_NAME = "Tango.info Adapter"
PLUGIN_AUTHOR = "Felix Elsner"

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