Ok, I have a problem for some reason, and I've tried many different solutions... still, things aren't working correctly... Objectives: Generate a list of the files (No problem) | Store the list of files (No problem) | Read back from the list (Problems... :\ )
I am indexing sound files for a small project I'm working on... Here's some of the code...
That is my base function, it indexes perfectly -- Everything seems to be fine. Then when I change sounds... well, that's another story...
soundDir = basedir; //Base Directory for diff. paths
soundDir += "sounds\\"; //Sounds folder
newSoundDir = newbasedir;
newSoundDir += "sounds\\";
newSoundDir += "CurrentSound.wav";
SNDDBG("ReadSounds() Func Called!");
SNDDBG("Read Dir: %s",soundDir.c_str());
SNDDBG("Write Dir: %s",newSoundDir.c_str());
dr.ClearDirs(); // Start fresh on directories
dr.GetDirs(soundDir.c_str(),false); // Make sure we have the folder in memory, but don't look for subdirs
dr.ClearFiles(); // Start fresh on files aswell
dr.GetFiles("*.wav"); // Get all .wav files, don't need anything else...
CSADirRead::SAFileVector &files = dr.Files(); // File array...
string IdxNm = soundDir + "SoundIndex.ini";
const char* filex = IdxNm.c_str();
// Now we dump to our function using a simple loop :)
for(CSADirRead::SAFileVector::iterator fit = files.begin();fit!=files.end();fit++)
fname = (*fit).m_sName.GetString();
vSounds[iNum].dirname = (char*)(*fit).m_sName.GetString();
vSounds[iNum].name = fname.c_str();
SNDDBG("File Indexed: %s", vSounds[iNum].dirname);
SNDDBG("Filename: %s | Number: %d",vSounds[iNum].name,iNum);
There is the problem... I tried just reading from the string vSounds[iNum].name as the string, but that outputs some very odd ascii and sometimes things I've indexed in memory from other functions in other arrays and classes :\
void ChangeSound(int iNum)
string IdxNm = soundDir + "SoundIndex.Ini"
GetPrivateProfileString("Sounds",tmpStr,"File Invalid or Does Not Exist",theStr,255,IdxNm.c_str());
sprintf(tmpx,"Current Sound: %s",theStr);
The ini comes out perfectly, no problems whatsoever everything is fine, but I just get the "File Invalid or Does Not Exist" every time... :\ I know I must be passing up something so obvious that I'm looking it over...
**EDIT** Just to clear things up a bit, it copies the file over with no problems... just the returning of the name is really getting me... I honestly don't know what else to try... I've exhausted my resources... Any hints or tips possibly?
Thanks in advance