oggenc displays useless warning even if --quiet is set
- Create a wav file with sox: $ sox source.wav -b 32 -e floating-point output.wav vol 0.5 dither
- Encode with --quiet option: $ oggenc --quiet output.wav Skipping chunk of type "fact", length 4 $
This is just a minor annoyance (I don't particularly want to redirect stderr) and seems to be related to 32-bit floating-point WAVs created with SoX, which seems to tag them with some metadata.
The code in question should either honour the --quiet switch, or recognise the "fact" chunk (which seems to be a standard chunk in WAVs) and not print a warning on encountering it.