[vorbis] TAG Standard - ENSEMBLE/PERFORMER tags
g_ogg at zewt.org
Wed Jan 9 16:52:22 PST 2002
On Wed, Jan 09, 2002 at 04:33:21PM -0800, Craig Dickson wrote:
> Glenn Maynard wrote:
> > On Wed, Jan 09, 2002 at 01:57:33PM -0500, Peter Harris wrote:
> > > > (For Windows, it needs to convert to and from the codepage.)
> > >
> > > See vorbis-tools/share/utf8.c: We already convert _to_ the current code
> > > page. What we don't do is convert _from_ the current code page. We would,
> > > except Windoze translates everything into the ANSI code page before passing
> > > it in via argv.
> > Are you sure? This is the type of behavior I used to believe Windows
> > did universally. It turns out that, wherever it uses ANSI in a normal,
> > English install, it uses the language's encoding when set to that
> > language. If you're on a Japanese system (or a system set to the Japanese
> > codepage), you get Shift-JIS everywhere.
> > I wouldn't be surprised if Windows was inconsistent and didn't do this
> > for commandlines. I can't test this right now, since changing this
> > in Windows needs a reboot.
> It sounds like you think for a Japanese build of Windows, "ANSI code
> page" means the same thing as for the standard US build. This is not
> correct. In Japanese Windows, the "ANSI code page" is a Japanese code
> page. Does that help?
That's what Peter thought (I believe), not me.
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