core/tags/album: Check for empty artist names before fetching album art
Otherwise we might crash when we attempt to look at ar_tokens. Reported-by: Josh Larson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Signed-off-by: Anna Schumaker <Anna@NoWheyCreamery.com>
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Ocarina is a simple GTK+ and GStreamer based music player written to let you listen to your music without getting in the way.
Ocarina is tracked with Git, and can be cloned from the following sources:
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Once compiled, Ocarina can be run by invoking
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The following options can be passed to Ocarina during startup
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