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  1. View File zunbollox https://github.com/zhad3/zunbollox Tool to convert text encoded in windows code page 949 to utf-8 (but not vice-versa). The name is taken from the old tool "UnBollox" or "RO Unbolloxiser" by StelTechCor in the year 2004. Their tool converts filenames and directory trees whereas this tool just converts text. Usage: ./zunbollox -h zunbollox 1.0.0 Usage: zunbollox [-h] [-f <filename>] If no options are provided the program will convert the file "unbollox_me.txt" to "clean.txt". Options: -h Print this help message. -f <filename> Convert specific file. The file must be ascii/latin1 encoded. License: MIT Submitter zhade Submitted 06/27/2021 Category Client Tools Video Content Author zhad3  
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    https://github.com/zhad3/zunbollox Tool to convert text encoded in windows code page 949 to utf-8 (but not vice-versa). The name is taken from the old tool "UnBollox" or "RO Unbolloxiser" by StelTechCor in the year 2004. Their tool converts filenames and directory trees whereas this tool just converts text. Usage: ./zunbollox -h zunbollox 1.0.0 Usage: zunbollox [-h] [-f <filename>] If no options are provided the program will convert the file "unbollox_me.txt" to "clean.txt". Options: -h Print this help message. -f <filename> Convert specific file. The file must be ascii/latin1 encoded. License: MIT

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  3. Hey @L1nkZ, great work on the patcher. I thought about using it as an automated command line patcher but my needs are a bit different and I don't know rust to make these changes. So I decided to create a simple patcher that simply downloads and applies patches to the filesystem. Your patcher has been a huge help by (I think as the first) detailing the Thor file format. My question is also about that: Is the format correct/complete that you implemented? The only source I have is the ThorPrototype that Aeomin released years ago which has (almost) nothing to do with todays format. For example I couldn't reproduce the single file mode that your patcher supports using the newest Thor patcher. I assume it is a legacy format from earlier Thor versions?
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