Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 171259
xcdroast handles high-bit characters in cddb data badly
Last modified: 2008-02-12 12:31:55 EST
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Description of problem:
If the CDDB query returns data with high-bit characters, such as umlauts or other accents, the items with high bit data get ignored. This causes some tracks to have the wrong title. If there is such a character in the title, the CDDB query appears not to connect to the server (it in fact has connected, but the dialog makes it look like it's still waiting).
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start xcdroast
2. Insert a CD with accents in its title or songs
3. Click "Create CD/DVD"
4. Click "Query CDDB"
Actual Results: If the title had an umlaut or other accent character, it never returns from the freedb query. If any track had such a character, that track title is omitted from the track list, and all following track titles are moved up by one track. If there are three tracks with umlauts in their titles, the last three tracks have no title and all tracks starting from the first track with an umlaut character have the wrong title.
Expected Results: Umlauts should be preserved in the title and tracks.
If you click "Edit titles for CD-Text", you can enter umlaut data and it takes them fine.
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