Extracting Resources from MacOS X Resource Files

Dave dave at looktowindward.com
Fri Jan 23 07:40:44 EST 2009


Don't forget iTunes runs on Windows too, it's probably to make it  
compatible with the Windows version?

All the Best

On 22 Jan 2009, at 19:58, stephen barncard wrote:

> Wow... strange.... it appears Apple is violating its own guidelines to
> obfuscate resources -- a form of DRM. Where can one get a iTunes.rsrc
> file? It doesn't appear to be in my distribution.
> 2009/1/22 Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com>:
>> stephen barncard wrote:
>>> Have you opened (control-click) the package and looked through  
>>> all the
>>> files/folders inside? .rsrc is a special os type that's actually a
>>> folder.
>> I'm not so sure.  Right-clicking on iTunes.rsrc doesn't provide an  
>> option
>> for opening it as a bundle, and dropping it on TextEdit open it  
>> up.  It
>> appears to be a file, and if indeed it contains icons it's just  
>> another
>> example of Apple not following their own guidelines, which suggest  
>> that
>>  Richard Gaskin
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