Way to retrieve creator-type of OS X files?

xbury.cs at clearstream.com xbury.cs at clearstream.com
Thu Sep 16 04:35:43 EDT 2004

The last column of the detailed files should do this...

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> Subject: Way to retrieve creator-type of OS X files?
> I've seen lots of documentation on how to SET creator-types 
> in Mac OS X for new files that are being downloaded by 
> Revolution, but I'm having trouble finding the command that 
> will tell you the file/creator code of a pre-existing file on 
> a Mac OS X hard-drive.  Can anyone tell me what that command  is?  
> For instance, if I've got a Rev app that uploads a series of 
> jpg, gifs,  psd, illustrator files, etc to a server, I'd like 
> to preserve all those  filetypes when they get downloaded 
> again with Revolution.  I'd like a means  of automating this 
> so I don't have a giant if-then statement of extensions and 
> creator-codes.
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