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Re: Versioning MacOSX files with Resource Forks...solutions?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-06-15 22:22:47 CEST

On 15.06.2005, at 22:17, Geoffrey Alan Washburn wrote:

> Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> - Put the file on a disk image (of any format), or in a StuffIt
>> archive, or in a Zip archive, and check in the archive or image.
> But is there a good way of automating this? Or is the best
> that can be done is to write a pair of scripts that will put my
> working copy in to an "acceptable" form for SubVersion and another
> that will put it back into a form that will be okay for all my
> other applications?

Well, the StuffIt or Zip options might need that, but if you make a
read/write disk image, you can just check it out, mount it, make
changes, unmount it, and check it in. If you make it a sparse disk
image, then it only takes up about as much space as its contents. So
hopefully that would be usable.

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