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Oggie-Ben-Doggie
post Apr 19 2011, 02:49
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Hi.

I believe I've found a bug in oggdropXPd, but I'm not sure to whom or how to report it. I googled and searched rarewares to no avail.

Does anyone have any information on filling a bug report for oggdropXPd??

Thanks.
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A_Man_Eating_Duc...
post Apr 19 2011, 06:01
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Post the bug here so other people can confirm it.


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john33
post Apr 19 2011, 08:22
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And so I can look into it if it is real. wink.gif


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Oggie-Ben-Doggie
post Apr 19 2011, 13:06
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Great! Here is the problem I'm having. I'm a classical music fan (and no that isn't the problem wink.gif) and I have been using the unicode character for sharp (♯) and flat (♭) in my flac filenames when appropriate. When I use oggdropXPd (oggdropXPd V.1.9.0 using aoTuVb6.02) and drag-n-drop a flac file whose name contains one of these characters, I get this error "Cannot open input file "<filename>' error is Invalid argument (22)".

If I rename the file, removing the sharp or flat character, oggdropXPd works fine.

oggenc2 from the command line doesn't have this problem, so that has been my workaround. But I would really like it if oggdropXPd could handle flac filenames with these characters.

Thanks for looking into this!
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john33
post Apr 19 2011, 13:21
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QUOTE (Oggie-Ben-Doggie @ Apr 19 2011, 13:06) *
Great! Here is the problem I'm having. I'm a classical music fan (and no that isn't the problem wink.gif) and I have been using the unicode character for sharp (♯) and flat (♭) in my flac filenames when appropriate. When I use oggdropXPd (oggdropXPd V.1.9.0 using aoTuVb6.02) and drag-n-drop a flac file whose name contains one of these characters, I get this error "Cannot open input file "<filename>' error is Invalid argument (22)".

If I rename the file, removing the sharp or flat character, oggdropXPd works fine.

oggenc2 from the command line doesn't have this problem, so that has been my workaround. But I would really like it if oggdropXPd could handle flac filenames with these characters.

Thanks for looking into this!

OK, thanks for the info. I'll look into this, but unless I find a resolution in the next couple of days, it'll have to wait until after I return on 2 May from an Easter trip to France. wink.gif

Edit: This is a unicode issue and will not be trivial to resolve, so it will not happen until some time during the first half of May, at the earliest.

This post has been edited by john33: Apr 19 2011, 19:11


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Oggie-Ben-Doggie
post Apr 23 2011, 19:17
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Wonderful. Don't hurry for a fix on my part...oggenc2 is working fine.

Thanks for all of your work on these ogg tools!
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