Hi Thomas,

I agree that I provided insufficient evidence, and too many issues
mixed together.  Please see my reply at the bottom.

On Mon, Aug 22, 2016 at 07:00:13AM +0000, Debian Bug Tracking System wrote:
> On 21/08/2016 23:36, Nicholas D Steeves wrote:
> >The version of taglib bundled with clementine-1.3.1 is 1.10.0, and
> >there is this entry in the changelog:
> >https://github.com/clementine-player/Clementine/blob/1.3.1/Changelog#L114
> First you talk about a new requirement, next you talk about a possible issue
> that affect a release not yet present in Debian archive, and next you talk
> about making a backport... Please don't mix everything and don't try to go
> too fast.
> I think the right thing to do now is:
> * First, waiting for the version 1.3.1 reach unstable.
> * Next, if you can still reproduce an issue, you will report it as a new bug
> of clementine package.
> * Next, if we see that this issue is related to an other package, we will
> re-affect that issue.
> In the meantime I will close this bug as invalid.

I'm not sure how to reproduce the following behaviour: Sometimes
Clementine does not play the whole song; it plays part of the song and
then skips to the next one.  A long time ago I checked to see if the
file was truncated by playing it in mplayer or mpv, and it seemed to
be fine.  I had always assumed that I had bad tags/headers, or that it
was minor bitrot, and I used to work around the issue by reripping the
CD into FLAC.

Unfortunately I was cooking in the kitchen the one time I heard it
happen since I filed this bug.

Who should I ask about methods to trigger this skipped content
behaviour?  I'm guessing it will require a known-bad test file to
reproduce, and I wonder if the maintainer of libtag1v5 could provide
one.  L114-15 of the clementine changelog is why I thought a newer
libtag might do the trick:

  * Fix issues with some songs length thanks to Taglib. People with Taglib
    installed on their system will have to wait a new release of Taglib.

Kind regards,

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