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Re: Mac OS X "packages" Best Practices?

From: Aaron Montgomery <eeyore_at_monsterworks.com>
Date: 2006-03-02 18:56:19 CET

On Mar 2, 2006, at 9:04 AM, Mike Conley wrote:

> On 02.03.2006, at 08.10 (UTC-0800), Aaron Montgomery scribbled thusly:
>> I'm not the original poster, but I doubt he was kidding. ... I think
>> many Mac developers (myself included) would consider this a
>> reasonable
>> request.
> On 02.03.2006, at 07.57 (UTC-0800), Dave Camp scribbled thusly:
>> No. It's a real problem for anyone trying to place document bundles
>> under source control.
> I'm sorry, guys, but that's (I'm trying to think of a nice way to
> put this) -- right out.
> Application developers are not responsible for maintaining
> compatibility with source code control systems whose mechanism for
> tracking changes may vary wildly across different systems and even
> from one version of the SCCS to another. Application developers are
> responsible for ensuring that their products conform to the
> requirements of the OS upon which they run.

Correct, but in the Mac OS X file system, a bundle is a directory.
If the developer wants the document to be treated as a single opaque
object in the file system, he/she needs to create a file, not a
directory. If the developer creates a directory, he/she should allow
that directory to be treated like a directory.


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