Limagito Filemover Software Blog and News

  • 25 Jun

    LimagitoX2 (v12) File Mover Released

    Dear users,

    LimagitoX2 Filemover is available in the download section of

    The License Key of version X or XI will no longer work on this new version. Corporate license holders can request their License key for version X2.

    Some things to keep in mind when upgrading to version X2.

    • Previous versions (X, XI) and X2 use the same settings database. Create a backup of your settings first!
    • You don’t need to uninstall the previous version. Both can be installed at the same time. Each version uses a different install folder (no need to change this).
    • Do not run multiple versions at the same time because both would interfere with each other.
    • The major change in version X2 is the full remote GUI for Service and Application. No need to restart the service after every change in setup.
    • Some options are no longer available (FTP Server, User Mode).


    Please Read:


    As always, feedback would be much appreciated.

    Best Regards,

    Limagito Team

  • 19 May
    LimagitoX2 – The neXt BIG step

    LimagitoX2 – The neXt BIG step



  • 13 May

    Code Page Identifiers

    In Limagito v11.05.13.0 we’ve added the following function:

    Function psSaveTxt2File(Text, Destination: String; Encoding: String; WriteBOM: Boolean): Boolean;

    This function can be used to convert text file encoding. The ‘Encoding’ string var that needs to be passed to the function can be found in the name table in the following link:

    In the following example we’ll read the content of a text file (File Filter is set to only pickup .txt files) and save it using ‘ISO-8859-1’ encoding.

    On Destination Pascal Script

    aList: TStringList;
    aString: String;
    ctOutputPath = 'C:\Test\Out\';
    psExitCode:= 1;
    // ... add your code here
    aList := TStringList.Create;
    aList.LoadFromFile(psFilePath + psFileName);
    // Save
    psSaveTxt2File(aList.Text, ctOutputPath + psFileName, 'ISO-8859-1', False);
    psLogWrite(1, '', 'Pascal Script Exception');

    Best Regards,
    Limagito Team

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