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Stuffit is a commercial format from Alladin Systems, and the company
doesn't provide details on it. It does provide free windows and mac
decoders, though no free encoders.
Unless your script is on the large side, you may just want to
/binhex/ the file - i.e. the mac equivalent of uuencode. This also
take care of the dual-forking issue. Even better there's a *nix
package called macutils that has binhex encoders and decoders.
Gary Mc Closkey
Digital Terrestrial Television Network
Radio Telefis Eireann (RTE), Ireland
Tel: +353-1-208-2992 fax: +353-1-208-3090
This is a little bit OT. I write a perl script with a good few mac
and I'd like to provide a StuffIt archive, ie. a .sit, available for
Can I create one of these on unix platforms, or am I screwed due to
bizarre 2-fork structure of the HFS filesystem?
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