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  • MB2
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I ran into a problem I find hard to understand.

To make my application read files from memory I thought it would be suitable to use ov_open_callbacks instead of ov_open (wich is limited to files stored on the harddis - and not in a packer form example).

But I found that when I used that logic, the ov_open_callback function would give me a
OV_ENOTVORBIS error code, although the very same file worked fine under ov_open.

I checked the buffer length, that was ok.
  • Last Edit: 20 September, 2008, 03:19:48 AM by MB2

  • Saoshyant
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Reply #1
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  • Yirkha
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Reply #2
The source code is open, nothing is stopping you from debugging why you get OV_ENOTVORBIS back yourself. Or don't programmers work like that anymore nowadays?
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