LIbrary for reading and writing metadata in media files
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Latest commit 9c1f8ca Oct 3, 2017 @decriptor decriptor Merge pull request #73 from vtavernier/metadata-block-picture-lazy
[Ogg] Support for METADATA_BLOCK_PICTURE

README

TagLib# (aka taglib-sharp) is a library for reading and writing
metadata in media files, including video, audio, and photo formats.

It is API stable, with only API additions (not changes or removals)
occuring in the 2.0 series.

 * Bugs:     http://bugzilla.gnome.org/browse.cgi?product=taglib-sharp
 * Tarballs: http://download.banshee.fm/taglib-sharp/
 * IRC:      Several TagLib# developers are often in #banshee on irc.gnome.org
 * Git:      http://github.com/mono/taglib-sharp
             git://github.com/mono/taglib-sharp.git

TagLib# is free/open source software, released under the LGPL.
We welcome contributions!  Please try to match our coding style,
and include unit tests with any patches.  Patches can be submitted
by filing a bug and attaching the diff to it.

To Build From Git:
git clone git://github.com/mono/taglib-sharp.git
cd taglib-sharp
./autogen.sh && make

To Build From Tarball:
./configure && make

To Test:
make test

You can also build from MonoDevelop or Visual Studio using taglib-sharp.sln


To Test/Run from Visual Studio (Windows):
 
 Running regression by using Nunit 3 Test Adapter:
  1. Ensure NuGet packages have been restored
        See: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/nuget/consume-packages/package-restore
  2. In Visual Studio, go to menu: Tools > Extensions and Updates > Online
  3. Search: Nunit 3 Test Adapter
  4. Download and install it
  5. Open from menu: Test > Windows > Test Explorer
  6. You can run your tests from this panel (*not* using the "Start" button)
  7. You can debug your tests from this panel: 
     6.1. Double click on a test. Set some breakpoints in the test in the editor panel.
     6.2. right-click on the same test, select "Debug Selected tests". 

 To test some scenarios and take advantage of the debugger:
  1. Make the "debug" project the Startup project 
    (Right-click on the project, select: "Set as StartUp Project")
  2. Just modify the "Program.cs" 
  3. Set some breakpoints and hit the "Start" button