#491 MPC 6.4.8.6 file name bug

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Gabest
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2005-11-08
2005-11-08
cats_01
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MPC cannot open files with names like:
(・・・).mpg
it says runtime error

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  • cats_01

    cats_01 - 2005-11-08

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    sorry this forum does not support unicode, please download
    the txt file

     
  • cats_01

    cats_01 - 2005-11-08

    file name

     
  • cats_01

    cats_01 - 2005-11-08
    • assigned_to: nobody --> gabest
     
  • klei

    klei - 2005-11-14

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    I aatached a picture. As you can see, I can easily open a
    media file that contains those unicode characters.

    What kind of OS do you use (Win98/ME/2k/XP)?
    Include service pack version too.

    Do you used the Unicode build of MPC 6.4.8.6 to open these
    files?

    I also tested this case with MPCv6.4.8.4 all worked fine.

     
  • klei

    klei - 2005-11-14

    unicode char problem

     
  • Gabest

    Gabest - 2005-11-14

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    There is something wrong with the text file, both file names
    are a series of 0x30FB character codes + the extension.

     
  • cats_01

    cats_01 - 2005-11-16

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    if the file name contain any charaters looks like a dot,
    mpc cannot open the file, i will reupload the txt file,
    hope you can see it correctly

     
  • cats_01

    cats_01 - 2005-11-16

    screenshot, using xp sp2

     
  • cats_01

    cats_01 - 2005-11-16

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    reupload file name
    use the charaters in this file in your video file and try
    to open it with mpc

     
  • cats_01

    cats_01 - 2005-11-16

    use the charaters in this file in your video file and try to open it with mpc

     
  • Gabest

    Gabest - 2005-11-16

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    The file name I expected in the first attached file
    was "(・・・).mpg", so
    that's why I didn't understand it. Those three dots were
    also unicode characters, true, but I couldn't reproduce
    the crash with that. I even tried random japanese letters
    copypasted from the internet with no luck.

     
  • cats_01

    cats_01 - 2005-11-16

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    sorry for my unclear description, today i did some tests
    and found the crash only happens if i change my regional
    and language options to chinese (Taiwan) or chinese (PRC)
    other than othose charaters(looks like dots), other
    unicode charaters can be opened

    some others info: xp sp2,mpc 6.4.8.6

     
  • Atsushi Nakagawa

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    MPC gets the same runtime error (shown in the "156406:
    Untitled-2.png" attachment) on my system when a file with
    the filename containing an ellipse (three periods) is
    opened.

    Since the value used to represent an ellipse (…) varies
    depending on the character-set, the problem may only be
    reproducible on certain systems. The value is 0x85
    (Latin1), 0x8163 (Shift-JIS), and U+2026 (Unicode).

    My Windows XP system is set to the "Japanese" locale, so
    it's my assumption that parts of MPC that makes provisions
    for Unicode filenames will receive the ellipse as U+2026,
    and other parts will get the double-byte 0x8163. (The
    system's default charset is Shift-JIS).

    Windows XP SP2, MPC 6.4.8.7(unicode build)

     
  • Atsushi Nakagawa

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    This problem is fixed for me in version MPC 6.4.8.8
    (unicode build).

     

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