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I have some batchfiles in ANSI encoding, once Templified thought they are converted to UTF-8 encoding and this stops them working from a command prompt (the byte order mark freaks things out)
James (Simmonds, ex CGO)
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I'll take a look - I've hit this problem in the last month with another tool and have a fix that I can add to templify. Hope all is good with you.
@HowardvanRooijen any updates on this?
I can't see how to do this, other than storing the encoding with the manifest after detecting it following an approach like http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3404199/how-to-find-out-the-encoding-of-a-file-c-sharp#3404237 and when deploying a package read the encoding from the manifest and save the file with that encoding.
Or was your fix simpler?
Hmm, doesn't look like it, I still get the problem with 0.6.15130.1, maybe you are confusing it with #15 ?
Any word on a fix for this?
Any update on this? Templify is great but this is causing our script files to freak out. Adding a lot of manual labor to fix.
I've just pushed up a new version of Templify (0.7.0.25) - which has both a performance fix and a file encoding fix.
Please download and test from here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5892928/Templify/Templify-Installer.exe