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This is a patch for AtomicParsley (v0.9.0). Because there is a problem when building on GCC 4.4, such as "error: invalid conversion from 'const char*' to 'char*'".
--- AtomicParsley.cpp.orig 2006-09-16 08:22:33.000000000 +0900
+++ AtomicParsley.cpp 2013-07-27 17:18:30.279141101 +0900
@@ -1447,7 +1447,7 @@
uint32_t atom_offsets = 0;
char* uuid_outfile = (char*)calloc(1, sizeof(char)*MAXPATHLEN+1); //malloc a new string because it may be a cli arg for a specific output path
if (output_path == NULL) {
- char* orig_suffix = strrchr(originating_file, '.');
+ const char* orig_suffix = strrchr(originating_file, '.');
if (orig_suffix == NULL) {
fprintf(stdout, "AP warning: a file extension for the input file was not found.\n\tGlobbing onto original filename...\n");
path_len = strlen(originating_file);
@@ -4462,7 +4462,7 @@
#endif
void APar_DeriveNewPath(const char *filePath, char* temp_path, int output_type, const char* file_kind, char* forced_suffix, bool random_filename = true) {
- char* suffix = NULL;
+ const char* suffix = NULL;
if (forced_suffix == NULL) {
suffix = strrchr(filePath, '.');
} else {
@@ -4480,7 +4480,7 @@
memcpy(temp_path, filePath, base_len);
memcpy(temp_path + base_len, file_kind, strlen(file_kind));
#else
- char* file_name = strrchr(filePath, '/');
+ const char* file_name = strrchr(filePath, '/');
size_t file_name_len = strlen(file_name);
memcpy(temp_path, filePath, filepath_len-file_name_len+1);
memcpy(temp_path + strlen(temp_path), ".", 1);
@@ -5006,7 +5006,7 @@
free_modified_name = true;
if (forced_suffix_type == FORCE_M4B_TYPE) { //using --stik Audiobook with --overWrite will change the original file's extension
uint16_t filename_len = strlen(m4aFile);
- char* suffix = strrchr(m4aFile, '.');
+ const char* suffix = strrchr(m4aFile, '.');
memcpy(originating_file, m4aFile, filename_len+1 );
memcpy(originating_file + (filename_len - strlen(suffix) ), ".m4b", 5 );
}
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