AW: need ditto zipping help
Tiemo Hollmann TB
toolbook at kestner.de
Fri Apr 30 09:10:22 EDT 2010
thank you for your advice.
If I find a way how to preserve the locked attribute in my zip file I would
not have to change my program (which is at my customers), but it is good to
know to have a plan B
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> Gesendet: Freitag, 30. April 2010 14:53
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> Betreff: Re: need ditto zipping help
> Hi Tiemo,
> Here's an AppleScript snippet that shows how to lock and unlock files.
> set myFile to choose file
> tell application "Finder"
> set the locked of myFile to not the locked of myFile
> return the locked of myFile
> end tell
> It is easy to adjust the script to always set the lock of a particular
> file to true or to check whether it is currently locked etc.
> Best regards,
> Mark Schonewille
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> Op 30 apr 2010, om 14:23 heeft Tiemo Hollmann TB het volgende
> > Hello,
> > still not very familiar with the Mac and its specialities I need
> > some help
> > with zipping with ditto.
> > I have a locked file in my App bundle. After zipping and unzipping
> > the whole
> > bundle (in an update process) the locked file isn't locked anymore.
> > The ditto parameters I am using for zipping are:
> > Ditto -c -k --sequesterRsrc
> > Can anybody shed some light on this, how I can preserve the locked
> > file
> > being locked?
> > Thanks for any hints
> > Tiemo
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