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Re: Two utiities for getting Mac binaries into and out of a repository.

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2004_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2004-12-30 00:26:30 CET

On 26.12.2004, at 22:19, Cory West wrote:

> These two utilities arenít glamorous, but I threw them together out of
> necessity last week and thought that others might also find them
> useful.
> DTAdd is a utility to add a Mac binary file to a Subversion
> repository.† It preserves the resource fork and finder flags as
> properties on the file.
> DTFix is a utility that will restore the resource fork and finder
> flags for a Mac binary file stored in a Subversion repository.
> These utilities probably should have been written in PERLÖ† but I
> donít know PERL.† Actually, the Subversion client should probably just
> do this for you if itís running on a Mac and encounters these
> situations J.

I would say this should not happen automatically. If I edit a text file
on my Mac, it can happen that my editor adds a resource fork to the
file to keep track of such things as which font I selected and where
the window is located. When I check it in, I don't want to end up with
a MacBinary version of the file on the server.

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