CueDB client application
Cutie is a simple cue sheet editor. It communicates with CueDB and lets you download cue sheets. It is also capable of reading all the required information from a reference file and therefore lets you upload cue sheets to CueDB as well.
Cutie is written in Java and SWT. At this point it is available for Windows and Linux only.
Both archives come with launchers (cutie.exe in Windows and cutie in Linux). If you are experiencing problems with the launcher you can try to start the application from the command line by typing the following from Cutie's main folder (in Windows):
java -classpath "jar\qt.jar;jar\qdbp.jar;jar\swt.jar"
Linux users can type a similar command:
java -cp "full_path_to_main_folder/jar/qt.jar:
full_path_to_main_folder stands for the
complete path to your Cutie folder (i.e.
C:\Program Files\Cutie or /home/user/cutie).
All the .jar files are in the jar folder so that cannot be ommited when executing the java command.
If you have Java installed but your system doesn't recognize to java command you can always run it by adding the full path to the bin folder of your Java release (i.e. C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_07\bin\).
Once you have the client running just open the cue sheet you wish to upload and select Upload to CueDB from the CueDB menu.
The program will attempt to determine the reference file (based on the FILE command inside the cue sheet). If it fails you will be asked to select the file manually.
The client will then compute a TTH root for the reference file and send it to CueDB along with other required information (name, size, bitrate, length, etc.)
You can check out screens of Cutie below.