#6 %I creates random strings for folder names

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2007-03-02
2007-03-02
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Appending %I/ to the default file pattern of track number - title creates a randomly named folder of short gibberish into which the tracks are placed. Seemed almost as if an invalid string pointer into random memory was being used. Every new folder (for the same CD) resulted in a different string of 1-3 characters.

Perhaps related to second issue I'll be filing.

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  • Derek Pomery

    Derek Pomery - 2007-03-02

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    RipOff 0.8.2, mp3 extraction

     
  • Derek Pomery

    Derek Pomery - 2007-03-02
    • labels: --> Audio Extraction
     
  • Derek Pomery

    Derek Pomery - 2007-03-02
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  • Bobby Ryan Newberry

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    In order to debug this properly I need to know several bits of information. If you could give me an example album title, artist, year, and genre combination that is causing %l to give you gibberish that would be great. A complete track list of names would be great as well. I rip with "%l/%N - %t" all the time and haven't noticed any corruption issues since early versions of Ripoff. That's not to say that the correct combination wouldn't cause it to happen though.

     

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