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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007640||bugs||2018-06-20 21:20||2020-04-10 13:42|
|Platform||x86-amd64||OS||Debian Testing||OS Version||4.13.0-1-amd64|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007640: Handling of non-ascii characters when writing cue/toc files|
|Description||If a cd track marker name contains certain characters (in my case š) results in Ardour not writing any cue file. toc file works fine, š is replaced by underscore.|
The log shows an error: "[ERROR]: an error occurred while writing a TOC/CUE file: Cannot convert Ešenvalds to Latin-1 text"
Possible expected behaviours in random order:
- Replace all characters which can not be represented using Latin-1 by underscore
- Replace them by some close character, e.g. š => s, ä => a etc.
- Warn the user
- Let the user somehow choose the CD text separately from the range name
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Create a CD marker named "š"|
2. Create a slightly larger range containing the "š" range
3. Export the larger range, enable TOC and CUE
4. No CUE file is written. In the TOC file there is a "_" instead of a "š".
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