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Id: 52414
Status: open
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Queue: Net-LastFM-Submission

Owner: Nobody in particular
Requestors: meh.ffff [...]

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Subject: Unicode problem.
Date: Fri, 4 Dec 2009 04:50:41 +0100
To: bug-Net-LastFM-Submission [...]
From: "meh. I don't care" <meh.ffff [...]>
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I spent the last 2 days trying to understand what was breaking my submissions. Well, in the end just deleting line 218 |Encode::_utf8_off($data);| from sub encode_data solved it. I don't know why you did it but it breaks japanese tags. Could you remove that line or explain me how to get right unicode without removing it? I couldn't find a way to do it without patching the module. Thank you.
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Hi! Could you send me your test script? Did you see this example script ? -- use Perl or die;
Subject: Re: [ #52414] Unicode problem.
Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2009 21:51:04 +0100
To: Anatoly Sharifulin via RT <bug-Net-LastFM-Submission [...]>
From: "meh. I don't care" <meh.ffff [...]>
Sorry but I didn't write a reduced test case. Anyway, I tested two things, with and without that line and without it the submit/nowplaying is always sent right, instead with the line it gets broken encoding when I'm reading the tags from file and not as a string from a pipe. Somehow the strings from the Music::Tag do something weird and they get double decoded or something like that. If it always works without disabling the utf8 flag why don't you just remove that line? Sincerely I don't understand why you're disabling it :( If you want to check the script this is the url: It breaks the encoding when using Player::Other. Thank you for your time and for the module :) On Tue, Dec 15, 2009 at 12:22:50PM -0500, Anatoly Sharifulin via RT wrote: Show quoted text
> <URL: > > > Hi! > > Could you send me your test script? > Did you see this example script > > ? > > -- > use Perl or die;

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