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Re: Advice on co with mac for file type/creator

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006d_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-12-05 20:45:46 CET

On Dec 5, 2006, at 11:33, David Pratt wrote:

> Hi. When I co from a svn repository on my mac, the file type and
> creator are most often empty. I realize I can batch process folders
> to set types based on extensions but I am wondering if someone has
> a better solution for this - or can advise on how they cope with
> this. Many thanks.

Not really. Subversion does not store type / creator information, or
resource forks. It stores the data fork only.

On Mac OS X, I have not had to worry about type / creator information
in many years; are you sure you have to? For example, if you have a
bunch of, say, .txt files, and by default these open into, I don't
know, TextEdit maybe, and you would rather use BBEdit, then just
click one of the .txt files in the Finder, Get Info on it, in the
Open With section select BBEdit, then click the Change All button,
and from then on, all .txt files will open into BBEdit. No need to
muck with type / creator codes ever again.

Does that help you?

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