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Hi, tssajo -> would it be possible for you to share the little script you wrote or does anybody know how to do it...? Thanks /Jesper
Look i downloaded a hexadecimal editor (http://www.chmaas.handshake.de/delphi/f ... /xvi32.htm) and then clean the files that i needed, using php would be like 15 or 20 files, easy ^_^.
The real problem with this is that the files are saved in utf-8 format when they should be saved in utf-8 no BOM format.. that's why you get those errors. Im not sure why they decided to do this since it's pretty much screwed all new installs for us The way to fix it is by resaving those files in the same directories as your config files all as utf-8 no BOM and you'll be good to go.
A great idea with the hex editor but instead of taking the 300+ files does anybody know which files that is necessary to change?It would really be a great help to know that Have a nice weekend......
That is just awesome I'm using PHP as well. Just need to say that I removed the signs in:./editor/filemanager/browser/default/connectors/php/*.*After that - it now works completely as it should.Enjoy the weekend and thanks for your input Augusto Ruibal/Jesper
It's strange that you say that this isn't related to a bug in PHP, but they have a bug open for this issue: http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=22108Also if you check previous version of the editor you'll find that those characters were also all over the place, the problem with the 2.4.1 version was that the new packager added it wrongly to php files, but it isn't a problem at all to have js or xml files with the unicode BOM.