id3lib is a software library for manipulating ID3v1/v1.1 and ID3v2 tags. id3lib 3.0.x conforms to all ID3v2 standards up to and including the ID3v2.3.0 informal standard.
The id3lib project makes use of the resources available through SourceForge.net. Using SourceForge, the id3lib project is able to provide several tools for developers, including a project homepage, a mailing list, a patch manager, bug tracking, and cvs access, among other things.
The id3lib project page, which includes links to all of the above, is: http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=979
The official id3lib homepage is: http://id3lib.sourceforge.net
The id3lib developers' mailing list's address is: email@example.com
You can subscribe, unsubscribe, and view mailing list archives at: http://lists.sourceforge.net/mailman/listinfo/id3lib-devel
Information about ID3v2 and related standards can be found at: http://www.id3.org
Not all makefile and configure script are copied. Only the source (under ./src) and header (under ./include) files needed are imported into libid3-ios. And as all static library in iOS starts with
lib. To make this library not something like
lib was used as a prefix.
A workable iPhone Example target is also included.
Quick Start (Xcode 4)
- Add cross-project reference by dragging libid3.xcodeproj to your project
- Choose Build Phrases tab for your project by chooseing the project file
- Add libid3 aggregate target to Target Dependencies list
- Add the following to Link Binary With Libraries list
- Choose Build Settings tab
$(SRCROOT)/libid3-ios/includeto Library Search Paths, no recursive. This path should be changed if you put libid3-io somewhere other than project root.
You can always check the settings in Example target if anything not working in your project.
The libid3-ios and id3lib library is open-source software, licensed under the GNU Library General Public License (LGPL). In short, this allows any application to link to and use the library without affecting their license, while guaranteeing that the id3lib library itself (and any modifications to it) will remain freely available in source code form. The project developers therefore greatly encourage input from everyone, be it with feature suggestions, code patches, bug reports, or anything. The best way to contribute to this effort is to subscribe to the mailing list and join in on the discussions!
Versions of ID3Lib prior to and including version 3.05a were released to the public domain. The last such release is still available for download. These versions are therefore completely free of any license restrictions, but are no longer maintained.