I am using 7z.so (7z.dll) in Window, MacOSX and Linux with Qt.
My code for opening a file is:
CInFileStream *fileSpec = new CInFileStream;
if (!fileSpec->Open((LPCTSTR)filePath.toStdWString().data())) //filePath is a QString, I have used .data() and .c_str()
This is working fine in Window (32bit) and MacOSX(64bit). I have tested it in Linux (ubuntu 12.04, 13.10 64bit/32bit) and it fails opening any file when the path in "filePath" contains special chars, fe: "/home/myUser/Desktop/file-áéíóú.rar" ("/home/myUser/Desktop/file.rar" is working fine)
I have compile 7z.so by my self and I also have used the binaries in the p7zip Ubuntu's package.
Any idea about what is going on here?
I have solved the issue, I was compiling with UNICODE flag enabled and it must be disabled.
With UNICODE disabled the right code is:
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