Commit 14999998 authored by Sebastian Dröge's avatar Sebastian Dröge Committed by Tim-Philipp Müller

gst/apetag/gstapedemux.c: We need to be able to read and parse any possible...

gst/apetag/gstapedemux.c: We need to be able to read and parse any possible floating point string format ("1,234" or ...

Original commit message from CVS:
Patch by: Sebastian Dröge  <mail at slomosnail de>
* gst/apetag/gstapedemux.c: (ape_demux_parse_tags):
We need to be able to read and parse any possible floating point string
format ("1,234" or "1.234") irrespective of the current locale. g_strod()
will parse the former only in certain locales though, so we really need
to canonicalise the separator to '.' and then use g_ascii_strtod() to
make sure we can parse either version at all times.
Fixes #382982 for real.
parent 6e9ee0d1
2006-12-09 Tim-Philipp Müller <tim at centricular dot net>
Patch by: Sebastian Dröge <mail at slomosnail de>
* gst/apetag/gstapedemux.c: (ape_demux_parse_tags):
We need to be able to read and parse any possible floating point string
format ("1,234" or "1.234") irrespective of the current locale. g_strod()
will parse the former only in certain locales though, so we really need
to canonicalise the separator to '.' and then use g_ascii_strtod() to
make sure we can parse either version at all times.
Fixes #382982 for real.
2006-12-08 Jan Schmidt <thaytan@mad.scientist.com>
* sys/sunaudio/gstsunaudiomixerctrl.c:
......
......@@ -280,7 +280,11 @@ ape_demux_parse_tags (const guint8 * data, gint size)
gdouble v_double;
gchar *endptr;
v_double = g_strtod (val, &endptr);
/* floating point strings can be "4,123" or "4.123" depending on
* the locale. We need to be able to parse and read either version
* no matter what our current locale is */
g_strdelimit (val, ",", '.');
v_double = g_ascii_strtod (val, &endptr);
if (endptr != val) {
g_value_init (&v, G_TYPE_DOUBLE);
g_value_set_double (&v, v_double);
......
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