Herrie is a minimalistic music player that uses the command line. It is written to support a variety of operating systems, audio subsystems and file formats, including playlists.
Herrie has a split-screen user interface, with a playlist at the top of the screen and a file browser at the bottom. When tracks are added to the playlist, Herrie consumes them from the top one by one. It is thus an application that allows you to batch music for playback.
Herrie also has some more exotic features, including support for AudioScrobbler and the ability to chroot() itself into a directory.
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