Juce ASIO support opendevice problem at Russian OS


#1

Hey! I’m about a problem with ASIO support and russian device names e.g. microphone and stuff…
I gues the pictures tell u much more than i can say? Can u fix this? Jules!


Thank you.


#2

Please only report problems that you’ve tested with the latest modules branch - I don’t have time to spend investigating things that I may have already fixed.


#3

This is under latest, git branch… :?

I’ve get it like this (http://rawmaterialsoftware.com/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=7660#p43290):
git clone --depth 1 git://juce.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/juce/juce
cd juce
git checkout -b origin/modules


#4

Well that sounds right, but the code you’ve shown above doesn’t correspond to the version I’ve got (?)


#5

at last git branch, i guess:
juce_String.cpp line 304(323)
juce_win32_ASIO.cpp line 1175
this 'cos i’ve tried some other versions, sorry :oops:
Russian letters, i mean that is an cyrillic alphabet, so it is all about UTF encoding, i guess u’ve got it…


#6

Ok, thanks. It’s an easy one - I should just have written:

inputChannelNames.add (String (CharPointer_UTF8 (channelInfo.name)));

(and likewise for the other similar lines in that function). I’ll get that patched right away.