I was reading a web novel when I came across this sentence.
What does the をし mean? Is it just connecting 編み込み and アップ to にした? It is my first time I believe encountering this and while I still understand the sentence I want clarification.
I looked online and all I could find was をし being a old way to write 惜しい and 愛しい which I am near certain is not how it is being used here, because that would be quite bizarre and doesn't really make sense.