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    not quite...


    Here's the screenshot of what I see when I run the script. (I extracted it to my c:\temp directory.)kesukomu-mojibake2.png

    As you may see, there is something before the xcopy command. Not sure how you inserted the BOM signature, but it appears to not get read properly by DOS.
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    Hey guys, I'm stilling seeing this issue. I'm currently using SA v2.1.0 Build 678 on Win7x64 (Japanese OS).

    Have you been able to determine the source of this issue? To me, it seems to be an encoding issue in how Windows handles the text/batch file.

    My only work-around is to use ASCII text only and no kanji text in the folder/file names.
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    Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.

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    FYI, I have confirmed that this is also an issue on Mac OSX 10.8.3.


    rsync does not understand UTF-8 characters!


    Plus, SA does not escape the parenthesis characters "(" & ")" in the pathway. This causes an error when trying to copy.
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    We had investigated a fix regarding chcp 65001 on windows but this fails on Windows XP. I think the real fix would be to simply not write the file to disk and just run it as a concatenated command.
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    Hey Phil,

    That might work for Windows, but how about the MacBook?
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    Yeah this would also work on macbook as well

    do stuff && do more stuff && ...
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