Hacketyhack crashes when I save a script just containing some letters, some of them being ä, ö or ü, and then restart hacketyhack.
Error is invalid byte sequence in US-ASCII
I believe it shouldn't crash (then maybe a shoes issue) or at least hacketyhack should catch this and load anyway but without the compromised script.
And I thought that my code messed things up :-/
Hrm. Can you get a trace on this? I thought we were coercing everything to UTF8...
Hey I can't copy from the shoes error console so I made a screenshot. Encoding seems to be US-ASCII although my system encoding and everything is imo correctly set to UTF-8.
I got the error by creating a script simply containing
and saving it with the name ae - then I restarted hacketyhack, that's the error you see. hacketyhack is current Master version and shoes is current development version (both freshly pulled from upstream):
edit: these image hosters are weird, I get a forbidden... maybe this link works
No worries. The reproducibility is the big thing. Thanks.