i have a problem when i want to open a utf8 path with _popen
So here is my code:
char buf1520; string testme; const char * sroot2 = getenv ("systemroot"); string md5cmd2 = sroot2; md5cmd2 += "\\System32\\certutil -hashfile "; md5cmd2 += "C:\\Users\\Vuzee\\Desktop\\testč\\test.jar"; cout << md5cmd2 << endl; md5cmd2 += " MD5"; const char* md5cmdnovo2 = md5cmd2.c_str(); FILE *p1502 = _popen(md5cmdnovo2, "r"); for (size_t count; (count = fread(buf1520, 1, sizeof(buf1520), p1502));) testme += string(buf1520, buf1520 + count); _pclose(p1502); cout << "HASH:" << testme << endl; cin.ignore();
On this cout afther path, i get this output:
C:\Windows\System32\certutil -hashfile C:\Users\Vuzee\Desktop\testÄ\test.jar
So i think problem is because string cannot save UTF8 chars, so how can i fix that and call it in popen?
and for last cout i get:
HASH:CertUtil: -hashfile command FAILED: 0x80070003 (WIN32: 3) CertUtil: The system cannot find the path specified.
Your application may store the string as UTF-8, but the Windows operating system has two flavors of application interface — neither is UTF-8.
You can make your application work using the
_wopen function, which handles
wchar_t (wide-characters). As a start, you will have to convert the
string value in
md5cmd2 to a wide-string (casting to
char* will not work).
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