this patch fixed the juk can not view chinese tag problem
Steps to Reproduce:
1. modify kdemultimedia ebuild
2. emerge kdemulitmedia again
3. add files into your juk
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I have not try any other asian languages yet, but i think it will work.
sorry, i forgot to post the original site
Jackey, it would be nice if you attach a diff to the ebuild that uses
this patch ;)
I tried the patch but it didn't work with Japanese.
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woops, i forgot ........, Mamoru would you please try again.
Actually,i do not like juk very much after i found amarok.
Juk has lots of trouble with arts because my shitty intel8x0 soundcard*^_^*
Mamoru, i'd like to send you an email about ebuild and some other cjk patches
in my hand,do you mind i bug you?
I don't mind so feel free to email me about your ebuilds,
but please keep CC'ing to jmgolv since he is your mentor ;)
*** Bug 52464 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I think only kde developers can say if these pacthes should go in.
For this issue, discussion is here:
(but it seems a decision is already taken)
The patch doesn't apply cleanly to kdemultimedia-3.3.1.ebuild.
I modified it a while ago but lost it by HDD crash :(
Jackey, could you update the patch so we can test?
everything is here
check it out yourself
Is this still an issue with JuK from KDE 3.4 or 3.5?
No feedback and according to the upstream bug everybody should use ID3v2/UTF-8,16.