Failed to open slide file name contains non-ascii character
zhaoy at motic.com
zhaoy at motic.com
Tue Sep 8 23:56:20 EDT 2015
Your code works great! Any file name works now.
Thanks a lot!
> On Sep 9, 2015, at 7:15 AM, Benjamin Gilbert <bgilbert at cs.cmu.edu> wrote:
> Hi Ray,
> On 09/06/2015 10:59 PM, zhaoy at motic.com wrote:
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>> Recently we trying to use OpenSlide on Windows with the prebuilt
>> binaries. It works well except failed to open a file name contains some
>> non-ascii characters like Japanese of Chinese. I tried pass filename
>> parameter with OEM/UTF8 encoding, but non of it works.
> OpenSlide was opening files with fopen(), which on Windows expects the
> filename to be in the ANSI code page. That won't work, of course, with
> arbitrary filenames. I've modified OpenSlide to interpret filenames as
> UTF-8 on Windows and use _wfopen():
> Try the 2015-09-08 build:
> It turns out that the OpenSlide command-line tools were reading the ANSI
> command line instead of the Unicode command line, which was causing a
> similar problem in the tools. They're still broken in the 2015-09-08
> build, but should be fixed in tomorrow's build.
> Thanks for the report!
> --Benjamin Gilbert
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