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0005933MediaMonkey (current)Synchronizationpublic2010-11-02 18:55
Reporterpeke 
PriorityhighSeverityminorReproducibilitysometimes
Status closedResolutionfixed 
Product Version 
Target VersionFixed in Version4.0 
Summary0005933: Playlist Sync: Linux Folder separator
DescriptionRecently I see more and more Players that uses Linux folder style for writing Playlists either in M3U or PLA like case of Archos and x.m3u in user reports:
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#UTF8: /Music/Various Artists/KWJZ 98.9 - Smooth Jazz, Vol. 10/Serene.mp3
/Music/Various Artists/KWJZ 98.9 - Smooth Jazz, Vol. 10/Serene.mp3
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I know that we have already taled about that and that we noticed that some devices uses "/" as Folder separator but I can't find Mantis BUG#
Steps To ReproduceTicket:
CZX-720801
Tagstodoc
Fixed in build1301

Relationships

related to 0006255 closedLudek Ability to change m3u format for portable devices 
related to 0007706 closedLudek Tooltip wrong for Organize Playlists using 

Activities

jiri

2009-09-08 07:36

administrator   ~0018748

I'm not sure what exactly are you suggesting - to use (optionally) '/' separator when writing playlists by MM? Is it required by some devices?

peke

2009-10-02 01:12

developer   ~0019023

Last edited: 2009-10-02 01:13

Yes, exactly. Some devices uses "/" as folder separator as they use linux filenaming.

Ludek

2010-01-21 00:05

developer   ~0019964

I would suggest as addition to the checkboxes form 0006255:
[ ] Force relative paths {tt: This causes the playlist to use a relative path to the files)
[ ] Use 8.3 DOS-style filenames {tt: This is needed for some older devices}
[ ] Use extended .m3u {tt: This format is used by some newer devices.}

add also

[ ] Use Linux folder separator ('/' instead of '\') {tt: This format is used by some devices.}

Ludek

2010-01-21 15:07

developer   ~0019966

Implemented in build 1301.

peke

2010-10-26 23:49

developer   ~0020999

Verified 1318