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Old 12th April 2017, 00:00   #11  |  Link
Telion
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Originally Posted by manolito View Post
For the 32-bit CLI executable I found a small cosmetic bug (running under WinXP). For every file I throw at it I get this STDERR output:
E: File read error
Confirming this (also on XP), but I have no drive E: in my system. I've monitored file system activity with Sysinternal's Process Monitor - it shows no attempts to access anything with E: in a path, if that matters. I've also compared file access patterns of 0.7.93 and 0.7.94 versions, filtering out all successful results, and haven't found any differences except one thing. At the very beginning of an execution (unfiltered log entry ~10, before accessing any dependent dll) there are some QueryDirectory operations that enumerate files in several folders (one with MediaInfo.exe, system32, WinSxS), starting from the root and all the way down to them. And in 0.7.94 right after these queries there is one more enumeration of the tree down to a folder with a media file passed as a parameter - something that the previous version didn't do. So maybe that is somehow relevant to this issue?

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