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Old 25th June 2014, 20:20   #8
DrO
 
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my take is that i've got too much to do before spending any real time on this.

i can only go on what happened when i ran it under the debugger and it showed as happening inside of libflac. if it's due to in_flac.dll doing something wrong with it what tries to pass onto libflac then i don't know without properly looking. though i wasn't getting a divide by zero crash, so that might be from doing it with the internal build (which is using the same version of libflac and same compiler)

either way, it's agreed that your file is / was crap.

and we are using a self-compiled version of libflac v1.3.0 (as of v5.64).


and if i'd realised you'd go and file a bug report, i'd have done my best to stop you from doing it as there's no point in filing a bug report until it's been fully triaged on our side as a starting point. and it now makes us look stupid and has wasted people's time before what should be done (triaging it directly) has had a chance of being done.
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