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

From: Geoffrey Alan Washburn <geoffw_at_cis.upenn.edu>
Date: 2005-06-16 03:03:28 CEST

Eric Gorr wrote:

> However, in my case, I only plan to DeRez things once and version
> those .r files. Since I use CodeWarrior, it can compile the .r files
> for me and since I don't need to make many changes any longer, the
> problem appears to be largely solved.

    Well, yes and no. I just played around with Rez/DeRez and they do
not support extended attributes, so something new will need to be
written. Fortunately, extended attributes subsume resource forks.

> Well, yes, it would seem logical and useful for Subversion to version
> the extended attributes of a file along with the file itself with
> little or, perhaps, no user intervention.

    It would seem useful and logical, but I haven't heard anything that
would indicate the developers plan or have interest in actually do ing
such a thing in a future release. Which is quite unfortunate for the users.

[Geoff Washburn|geoffw_at_cis.upenn.edu|http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~geoffw/]
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