Emulator Issues #11491
Gecko code downloading fails to parse codes with XXs
Metroid prime trilogy us
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What's the problem? Describe what went wrong.
I downloaded gecko codes but the latest revision reads them as 00000000 00000000.
What steps will reproduce the problem?
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#3 Updated by Billiard26 10 months ago
- Status changed from New to Accepted
Right now dolphin assumes each code is a list of valid 8-character hexadecimal numbers.
They are parsed using c++'s std::istringstream.
It definitely fails when codes have Xs in them. (when the user is supposed to configure some value)
e.g. 3C808049 3C60XXXX is read as 3C808049 00003C60.
It's possible your system language (Russian?) has something to do with it.
I wouldn't be totally surprised if std::stringstream was the culprit.
We should probably use something else to parse and fix the "X" character cases anyways..