[SOLVED] How to get the playlist with native mpc/mpd absolute track number?
In my previous linux install, mpc command "playlist" would list the songs with an absolute track number (by "absolute" I mean the track number used by the program itself, irrespective of what is the album track number attributed by a metatag in the file or something like that), but now all I get is the list with the titles.
I tried adding "-f [%track% %artist% %title%]" to specify the format, but the "%track%" refers to the track relative to an album or something else, not the number I got to point to mpc to play an specific song, which is only shown for the song currently being played.
I guess I could make some wrap script that would add numbers to the playlist, but there must be a more proper way to do that. Does mpc has a configuration file, like mpd does? Or would that be set on mpd configuration file? I couldn't find where would it be, I'm actually using the same configuration file I had in my previous linux install.
The versions of mpc and mpd differ from the previous install. Mpd was "0.13.2-3lenny1", now it is "0.15.8-1+b1", and mpc was "0.12.1-1", now it is "0.19-2". I guess it must be some configuration thing, though.