OT: what makes a bundle a bundle on OS X?
soapdog at mac.com
Wed Mar 8 13:03:19 EST 2006
from a quick look. Bundles have the "BDNL" file type. Revdb.bundle
has a "APPL" file type.
revxml has a pkgInfo file with it's bundle file type and no creator.
revdb.bundle has a info.plist file listing APPL as the bundle type...
and so on.
They are both bundles, but of a different nature.
If you're looking into creating bundles, try creating a folder with
with a 'Contents' subfolder, inside that folder try putting a pkgInfo
text file with "BDNL????", it might work... There are technical docs
at the ADC site about bundles "About Bundles" <http://
In this ADC docs, you'll learn all about modern bundle structures and
where to put each file. A bundle is not just a pretty folder™
On Mar 8, 2006, at 12:43 PM, Klaus Major wrote:
> Hi friends,
> maybe someone can explain the following to me, i am very curious :-)
> Some Bundles appear as ONE file -> revxml.bundle
> and some appear as a folder -> revdb.bundle
> What is the difference?
> Thanks in advance.
> Klaus Major
> klaus at major-k.de
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