I checked the properties of the file first, then checked QAAC. both report to me 220.127.116.11.your screenshot is very interesting. for me, the bottom field - "original file name" - has a value of "CoreAudioToolbox.dll". according to your screenshot, you're looking at a file that was originally named "CoreAudioResources".are you sure you're looking at the properties of the file that QAAC is actually using?
yes I'm sure.qaac show 18.104.22.168, but file version is 22.214.171.124 and I have download itunes from Apple – iTunes site again x86 and x64 versions and the file version is 126.96.36.199.I have extracted the AppleApplicationSupport.msi file.
Quote from: moob2014 on 22 January, 2014, 08:33:50 PMyes I'm sure.qaac show 188.8.131.52, but file version is 184.108.40.206 and I have download itunes from Apple – iTunes site again x86 and x64 versions and the file version is 220.127.116.11.I have extracted the AppleApplicationSupport.msi file.No. New one is 18.104.22.168, File and Product version: http://imgur.com/QSb0GfXupdate:I've extracted and renamed the QTFiles manually and everything works perfectly with qaac 2.33.
Probably just Windows icons cache? Is the new file in the EXACT location of the old one?
You have the wrong iTunes setup.Check the version of iTunesSetup.msi (or iTunes64Setup.msi). The files in the new one are not even renamed like you see them there. They all have AppleApplicationSupport_ before the name.
moob2014, don't know what to say, you are doing something wrong.Tested and double checked, 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199 encoded files are bit identical.
The one you shared on zippyshare is 188.8.131.52. It's already the latest.
We are OT, File and Product version, of the one you sent me, are 184.108.40.206.
They just don't properly update version resources for every locale, so number shown in the windows explorer property should be inconsistent among various locales.qaac always picks up the number from the one for en-US.
So you meaning, because I'm from portugal the file version number is not the same from who download from USA??
I'm not sure he meant that exactly, since the file is the same
Quote from: moob2014 on 22 January, 2014, 10:37:55 PMSo you meaning, because I'm from portugal the file version number is not the same from who download from USA??No. The CoreAudioToolbox.dll is internationalized, and contains multiple resource, each of which stands for USA, Portugal, etc...The problem is that, version number contained in the resource for Portugal can be different from the one for USA.Windows will pick up the one for your country /language settings. So, on different country, file version for the same binary can be shown different.This has been a known issue, and qaac has been always using the one for en-US to avoid this inconsistency.
@nu774I found that your latest (v. 4) makeportable.cmd script works as intended if I add ^^ before ! in 7z lines. Is it my environment (cmd in W7 64) that creates this particular behaviour?
Could you try instead adding the following?Code: [Select]setlocal disabledelayedexpansionI guess you have enabled delayed expansion on registry setting or something, in which case exclamation mark will become another quote character that needs to be escaped as you say.