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From "Marc J. Driftmeyer" <...@reanimality.com>
Subject Re: C2rc1 and MacOS X - build problem
Date Thu, 27 Sep 2001 18:14:21 GMT
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Michael Engelhart wrote:<br>
<blockquote type="cite" cite="mid:200109270946.f8R9kWC08166@robin.mail.pas.earthlink.net">
Unfortunately I've deleted my tar.gz archive but you may be right.&nbsp; I  had
just assumed that since gnutar is what they always recommend that  tar was
just a symlink to gnutar but I just checked and it's not.&nbsp;&nbsp; I  didn't know
there was a difference in the archive formats... <br>
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Mike <br>
On Thursday, September 27, 2001, at 05:25 AM, Arnaud Vandyck wrote: <br>
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  <blockquote type="cite">Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 20:12:13 -0400 <br>
From: Michael Engelhart <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:mengelhart@earthtrip.com">&lt;mengelhart@earthtrip.com&gt;</a>
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    <blockquote type="cite">I had this problem too.&nbsp;&nbsp; The .tar.gz
distribution
for some reason <br>
doesn't extract correctly if you use the command line.&nbsp; Stuffit  Expander 
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ignores this but some of the files are missing.&nbsp;&nbsp; Download the zip <br>
archive instead and you should be fine. <br>
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Don't have MacOSX&nbsp; in front of me but is'nt&nbsp; gnutar present? Maybe use <br>
gnutar instead of tar... I'll check <br>
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-- Arnaud, STE-Formations Informatiques, fapse, ULg, .BE <br>
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Here is a good easy to use tool by Scott Anguish over at Stepwise to help
with your Compression tools on MacOS X.. Cocoa native..http://softrak.stepwise.com/display?pkg=790&amp;os=20<br>
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OpenUp.dmg is available for download. &nbsp;I'm sure Scott will update the tool
for MacOS X 10.1 when necessary.<br>
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Have a nice day,<br>
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Marc<br>
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      <p> Marc J. Driftmeyer<br>
      <a href="mailto:mjd@reanimality.com">mjd@reanimality.com</a>
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      <i>uggh!  yeah like does this thingy like work and stuff?<br>
  yeahh that'd be like cool and stuff.  it ruuuuulez!</i></p>
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