[flac-dev] [Posible FRAUDE] Re: Question
fmiyara at fceia.unr.edu.ar
Fri Jul 30 18:43:45 UTC 2021
May be I was not as clear as I should, I mean that the /frontend /(FLAC
frontend-NET40.exe), when clicking on the button About, displays its own
version, 2.1, and that of the codec, and even having installed the 1.3.3
codec from the site Martijn and you suggested, the frontend still
But when the codec flac.exe is run directly from the command line in a
cmd window (without intermediation of the frontend), the declared
version is the correct one, 1.3.3.
Anyway, it is not so important, I just wanted to be sure.
On 30/07/2021 05:55, John Edwards wrote:
> The frontend has no knowledge of the version being used. The command
> window that pops up displays the information directly from the encoder
> so, the version you have downloaded that claims to be 1.3.2 is
> displaying 1.3.0 when it is executed. This may simply be that the
> character string in the encoder wasn't updated when the library was.
> However, as Martijn indicated, if you visit
> https://www.rarewares.org/lossless.php you can download 1.3.3 which
> does display correctly as I have checked it myself.
> John Edwards
> On 29/07/2021 23:34, Federico Miyara wrote:
>> So the frontend doesn't detect the version of the real codec but
>> remains freezed informing a built-in version number 1.3.0?
>> Federico Miyara
>> On 29/07/2021 15:07, Martijn van Beurden wrote:
>>>> 1) I'm using a portable version of frontend 2.1 for Windows, I've downloaded version 1.3.2 of the main program, I place it in the right directory but the front end keeps saying that the version is 1.3.0.
>>>> 2) I could't find an executable version of the command line program 1.3.3. Does it exist?
>>> The frontend hasn´t been updated for quite some time now. The xiph
>>> releases indeed do not have a FLAC 1.3.3 executable for Windows. If
>>> you're looking for a recent windows compile, I´d recommend looking at
>>> https://www.rarewares.org/lossless.php or browsing the
>>> https://hydrogenaud.io/ forums under the FLAC section.
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