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Make the DirectiveProcessor encoding aware
In Ruby 1.9, the directive_processor.rb source file defaults to US-ASCII as it doesn't contain a magic comment, meaning the String initialised in @result gets a US-ASCII encoding. This means that when content is concatenated onto @result (e.g. in process_source), Ruby will maintain the US-ASCII encoding, provided the content being concatenated contains no non-ascii chars. The changes in this commit force the encoding of the resulting string to be that of the body, because conceptually that is the string we are "concatenating" with.
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