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by unknownfile at 4:26 PM EDT on May 30, 2005
Let me point out that ミスタードリラ&#12540
is actually some japanese encoding. Weird.
by Blue_firestarter at 7:34 PM EDT on May 30, 2005
Is there a Dreamcast audio format on the way? I never found the Elemental Gimmick Gear soundtrack and the game has fantastic music...
by hcs at 7:44 PM EDT on May 30, 2005
Er, yeah, the ampersand gets converted to an HTML entity so the unicode entities are visible as they'd be in the source. I suppose it's time for a [pre] tag...
by hcs at 7:47 PM EDT on May 30, 2005
Neill Corlett has a DSF/SSF player and some example sets, don't think Elemental Gimmick Gear was once of them.
And like I said, VGMCentral is the place to go. I started downloading the soundtrack but I'm on dialup and other things came up. If I do finish it I'll let you know, but you can always go get it yourself ("no slots available" clears up eventually).
Unicode test by hcs at 9:34 PM EDT on May 30, 2005
&12511;&12473;&12479;&12540;&12489;&12522;&12521;&12540;
Unicode test 2 by hcs at 9:34 PM EDT on May 30, 2005
ミスタードリラー
by hcs at 9:39 PM EDT on May 30, 2005
There, numerical entities like unicode Japanese text will be converted back after being mangled by htmlspecialchars().

ミスタードリラー

ズール~魔獣使い伝説~

however normal entities should be left alone:
"Jak & Daxter"
"Ratchet & Clank"
"Mario & Luigi"

My regexp is /&#([0-9]*?);/i
it is substituted with &#\\1;

There's no particular reason to make it case insensitive...
by hcs at 9:40 PM EDT on May 30, 2005
ミスタードリラー

ズール~魔獣使い伝説~

I see no reason why the matching shouldn't be greedy, so I changed it to /&#([0-9]*);/i
ミスタードリラー a bold new subject by hcs at 9:45 PM EDT on May 30, 2005
ズール~魔獣使い伝説~

One last test, all processing is now also applied to the subject.
CS2 is more idle on IRC than a dead cow. by unknownfile at 11:15 AM EDT on May 31, 2005
Well, Caitsith2 has been offline (actually, annoyingly idle) for the last FEW WEEKS, so unfortunatly, I haven't gotten around to ripping the first tracks of Wario Ware Inc. Plus, I'm going to need help programming an automated ripper that looks for strings "Mthd"* then dumps a minigsf file of the start of that header, writing to the opening music address. (like warioware-0001.minigsf writes 0x840a870(be) to 0x83fa438)

Oh, and koji sez that he wants to do tags. (he's nuts, a quick search in Hex Workshop revealed over 1,300 Mthd headers. That's a lotta midi.

*This is teh midi header, for those who know nothing about computers.

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