[cddb] use uint32_t for the disc id rather than unsigned long #2052

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@jmarshallnz
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Done as a PR as there may be build implications on win32, plus I don't have a cd drive to test this out with.

fixes #13933.

Jonathan Marshall [cddb] use uint32_t for the disc id rather than unsigned long and oth…
…er permutations - it has to be 32 bits. fixes #13933.
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@jmarshallnz jmarshallnz merged commit 92b6e9d into xbmc:master Jan 8, 2013
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@elupus
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@jmarshallnz
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It uses %08x and uint32_t, so I think that'll do the trick?

@bobo1on1
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No, %x always assumes the argument is int.

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