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Old 02-03-2007, 10:39 AM
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When I looked at several programs (the only source of specifications on this format that I can find) I realised that <char><null> was probably some 16 bit format. It took me a couple of minutes to find out... it's utf-16le (little endian, 16 bit, unicode).

So far I can tell you that there is a two line header followed by a blank line, followed by a list of songs in the format HARP, <PATH> and each line is CRLF terminated. The character set is utf-16le, and other devices use something other than HARP at the start of the line. For the Memory Cards it's SDMMC


PLP PLAYLIST
VERSION 1.20

HARP, <PATH/TO/FILE/ONE>
HARP, <PATH/TO/FILE/TWO>
SDMMC, <PATH/TO/FILE/THREE>

I hope that this helps,

Z.
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