dway at riskmetrics.com
Thu Feb 27 06:21:21 UTC 2003
I just tried testing this on OS X, with the Extract Member As button on
the archive viewer, and then "Enter File Name...".
The fix seems to work... specifying an absolute path (with the Mac
colon format) now works. Also, it seemed that even specifying a
relative path on the Mac, if you included a subdirectory, didn't work
before, and now that works too. For example, you can enter
":mysubdir:filename.txt" and it works now.
I happened to try using Unix-style forward slashes at first without
thinking ("mysubdir/filename.txt"), and that caused it to crash & burn
pretty quickly. Well, an MNU, at least. :-) But that problem already
existed before anyway... probably some more general FileDirectory
- Doug Way
On Wednesday, February 26, 2003, at 08:16 PM, Ned Konz wrote:
> from preamble:
> "Change Set: RelativeZipFixAgain-nk
> Date: 26 February 2003
> Author: Ned Konz
> This fixes the behavior of the Zip (and hence also the SARInstaller)
> extractMember:toFileNamed: operation.
> Previously (since CS5152ArchiveFixes2-nk), if you gave an absolute name
> for the destination, it would still make a relative path.
> This change set fixes that problem.
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