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G2P is a tool to help you get the music you want. It opens a Web browser to Google and instructs it to search certain criteria to find a link that lets you download the music you want, whether it be a full album or just one song.

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0.05 close, not what I planned 10 May 2010 00:49

I'm currently, more or less, rewriting big chunks of code in G2P. So a couple features (Now, in my opinion, annoyances) are going to be completely taken away. No longer will you be able to add your own custom website to search for albums, rather I'm just going to have 3 options: MegaUpload, RapidShare, and MediaFire. The ability to search for a particular song is going to be there still. Next, I'm going to make G2P a lot more easier to use. There will be 2 steps to creating the search string for Google: 1. Type in the album/artist name. 2. Choose the website you want to search. The other noticeable difference between 0.04.3 is that the UI will be but one line of controls; a lot more streamlined in my opinion. Lastly, I will not be adding any new features for this next release. Expect it to be out sometime next month.

Recent releases

  •  07 Jun 2010 18:20

    Release Notes: This release makes major cuts to the GUI, making it more usable and stable.

    •  01 Feb 2010 04:12

      Release Notes: A GUI was made. The advanced search option for songs was removed. G2P is no longer dependent on the home directory, so it can be run from any directory. Minor bugs were fixed.

      •  21 Jan 2010 01:10

        Release Notes: This release updates search strings for songs, adds an option to add a Web site if it wasn't found when searching for albums, fixes bugs pertaining to Web sites of the same name, and adds an option in settings to clear all custom settings/Web sites.

        •  17 Jan 2010 16:24

          Release Notes: This release has the ability to create a search string for a certain song, as well as an advanced search option for searching songs. Several errors read slightly differently. Spelling errors have been fixed.

          •  08 Jan 2010 19:00

            Release Notes: This release adds an option to list all the current custom Web sites, the ability to remove a custom Web site, fixes for bugs in the settings function, updated help and an updated README, and error handling.

            Recent comments

            04 Jan 2010 20:14 ricerocketeer

            Thanks for that, I updated the description. I didn't mean to mislead you.

            02 Jan 2010 22:32 weboide

            Nice tool but you should just precise that, actually, this just opens a browser with the Google search results.


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