wavpack -m -t -w "CUESHEET=@*.cue" -w "LOG=@*.log"
wavpack -m -t -w "CUESHEET=@*.cue" --write-binary-tag "LOG=@*.log"
why are logs now in unicode?
--no-utf8-convert = don't recode passed tags to UTF-8, assume they are UTF-8 alreadyThe text fields of APEv2 tags are encoded in the UTF-8 varient of Unicode, so when tag information is passed in on the command-line (which is normally multibyte encoded in WavPack's case) they are converted to UTF-8 before being stored. If your system is already passing the strings in UTF-8, use this option to prevent double conversion.
To satisfy continual requests by people who I would assume need unicode in order to properly title their albums.
[...]BTW, I have also switched from Visual Studio 2005 to 2008, so expect anything!
Could you please advise what we should look out for so that the testing scope is restricted a bit?
it's working perfectly