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NAME¶tobin - convert a series of files into a series of macbinary files
SYNOPSIS¶tobin [-resfilename] [-type4-character-string] [-creator4-character-string] file...
DESCRIPTION¶The program tobin reads a series of files and wraps them up in a macbinary wrapper. On the mac it read the resource fork and file create/type flags from the filesystem (as one would expect). On non-mac systems (where these concepts do not exist) you may specify these on the command line with options.
- -res filename
- Specify the name of a file from which a "resource fork" should be read. This argument should precede the data file with which it is associated (if you want a file with no data fork, you may omit the data file).
- -type 4-character-string
- Specify the a mac 4 character type string used to tell the finder what kind of file it is. This argument should precede the data or resource file with which it is associated.
- -creator 4-character-string
- Specify the a mac 4 character type string used to tell the finder what application is associated with this file. This argument should precede the data or resource file with which it is associated.
AUTHOR¶George Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|21 December 2002|