Believe me, I have tried to figure out a way to only have one set of these files. Many hair pulling hours worth... I have tried everything I can think of to make require_once()
work with a directory that is higher up the directory tree than the directory the file it is in is located in, and it just won't do it.
I read somewhere that you can do it this way...
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But of course I couldn't get that to work. Or any other tricks I heard about either. So I have to have a separate copy for each band I set up, because the files have to be at or below the same level. Which I suppose isn't that big of a deal, given the size of most websites these days. My website has 400gb of space, so that isn't the problem. It's that 10,000 file limit that they used to have, but I'm not sure if they still do.
Naturally, every time I call them I have to wait forever to talk to someone who doesn't know much more than the answers to very basic questions, so then I have to wait again while I get transfered to the level 2 tech support. So I decided it was better to just try and keep my number of files as small as possible.
But thank you for telling me which files I needed. That works and reduces the number of files considerably. There were 61 files in the folder, and if I can get by with 7 instead, that is much better. To be able to use 7 period
would be even better, but what can you do? To have 7 files per band is far better than 61.
Thanks for that, and for GetID3 as well... It is most excellent.