View Full Version : Mario RPG Download Problem

Erik L.
07-21-2008, 02:04 PM
I've run into some Problems with the Music Collection in the Super_Mario_RPG_Original_Soundtrack Section of GH...

Some of the Music--no matter how I tried to link to it--said the link was invalid. Some of these songs include:

1-02 - let's try.mp3
1-22 - let 's go down the wine river.mp3

When GH and Final Fantasy Shrine recover from their debt--I wish I could afford to donate--could the people in charge of the music section of GH look into fixing this problem?

Erik L.
07-21-2008, 02:40 PM
I'd also like to add these two to the list:

1-26 - let 's play geno.mp3
1-31 - welcome yo'ster island.mp3

Erik L.
07-21-2008, 02:56 PM
Sorry to be a pest but I just found 2 more in the Mario RPG Music List Section:

1-32 - let 's race.mp3
1-36 - and my name's bukki.mp3

Erik L.
07-22-2008, 11:14 AM
I just noticed some of the Music Pieces found in these Areas are Missing:

Rose Way (The Area/Level Between Tadpole Pond and Rose Town

Moleville Mines (In other words, when you're inside the Coal Mines in Moleville (Before the Mine Cart Ride))

Booster Pass (Booster is labeled as Bukki in the GH)

By the Sea (The Area/Level Right Before you reach the Sunken Ship)

Land's End (Land's End is the First Area/Level of World 5, which is also called Land's End, but I'm refering to the Area/Level Land's End not the World Land's End)

Belome's Temple (You have to Travel through here AND Battle Belome before you can enter Monstro Town)

Jinx's Theme (He's Located in Monstro Town)

Land's End Cliff Climb (With Sergeant Flutter & his Sky Troopas) (You must visit Monstro Town first)

Bean Valley (The Area/Level that can only be reached after visiting Monstro Town)

Grate Guy's Casino (Located in Bean Valley (Bright Card Required))

Nimbus Land (Outside of Nimbus Castle)

And I have the last of the Music Pieces whose Link was said to be Invalid:

2-03 - the starlight's flower.mp3

2-11 - let's do the fooka fooka.mp3

2-13 - dodo's coming.mp3

Once Again, Sorry to be a bother...

07-23-2008, 02:33 PM
The problem I noticed is that the code that generates the links for these pages is terminating improperly. As a PHP developer on the side, it looks to be that the quoted string that generates the URL is using single-quotes vs. double quotes, which is causing the URL for these files to be truncated.

I've been able to heuristically recreate the URL links for several pages and able to find the mp3's, so the files are there. It's just the link generation that's sour.

A regular expression could find the apostrophes in file names and escape them so they are rendered properly, or if it's possible, you could just switch to double-quotes for the variables which are incorporating the links, though not seeing the code for myself, the leader is probably the best overall solution.