Hello, When I use FMOD_UNICODE and i try to load an url, i receive FMOD_ERR_FILE_NOTFOUND. If i try using an existing file it works.
Also if i do not use FMOD_UNICODE, the url is loading fine.
This is the code that returns FMOD_ERR_FILE_NOTFOUND.
The url is a real one, of an online radio.
result = system->createStream((char*)L"http://188.8.131.52:8000/fresh.ogg", FMOD_DEFAULT | FMOD_UNICODE , 0, &_soundHandle);
Am I doing something wrong?
- mamaligabg asked 11 years ago
[quote="JamesB":g798umcf]URLs are limited to a specific subset of the US-ASCII character set.[/quote:g798umcf]
Well.. they’re slowly introducing unicode hostnames.. With all the confusion that can make. So that means that URLs will probably have to be unicode as well, at least the address part.
- jornj answered 11 years ago
Well it makes no sence to me to reject an url because it is unicode.
The point is that in my app i use unicode strings as i want to be able to load all posible filenames, and ofcourse i do not make a difference if it is a filename or url(same as in fmod). But then i came into this problem and now i have to check if the filename begins with http or https(which as i understood fmod does too) and if so cast it to non-unicode string and pass it to fmod.
Its no big deal, but i still dont thing what fmod does is the correct behavior. And ofcourse you can put that as a remark in the documentation if you like.
- mamaligabg answered 11 years ago
URLs are limited to a specific subset of the US-ASCII character set. Passing in a Unicode string when a URL is expected makes no sense. So, FMOD appears to be doing the correct thing by rejecting the string, although a more explicit error message would be helpful (like invalid parameters).
- JamesB answered 11 years ago
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