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Re: WebDAVFS and Dreamweaver

From: Ben Collins <bcollins_at_debian.org>
Date: 2003-05-01 06:19:00 CEST

> Putting a new file works, but the O.S. also puts a file of _filename in as
> well. When I use the Finder to put a file, the OS later deletes _filename.
> 1 Change and 3 revisions (put filename, put _filename, delete _filename).
> When I put a new file using Dreamweaver, for some reason the _filename
> doesn't get deleted. 1 Change, 2 revisions, and 1 extraneous _filaname file
> left in the repository.

FYI, the _filename is the resource fork. I suspect Dreamweaver has a
resource fork in it's files, so that's why it gets left. I notice this
with a standard WebDAVfs on my MacOS X.

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