Making rsync compile under Mac OS X 10.3.9 with extended
v.machado at permanence-informatique.fr
Sun Jan 27 14:53:49 GMT 2008
Sorry about this question, I just realised that getxattr gets the
name of the extended attribute as a parameter... So that is what I
should put on the attrList. Carefully reading man is useful :/
Le 27 janv. 08 à 15:38, Vitorio Machado a écrit :
> First of all, thanks to Matt for all this help. It makes my job
> much easier :)
> So I've started trying to put some code on sysxattrs.c. I've
> created another case as suggested by Matt:
> #elif HAVE_PRE_TIGER_OSX_ATTRS
> And I'm trying to convert getxattr system calls to getattrlist. But
> I have some doubts, hope you can help me.
> As I understood the getxattr system call gives you ALL the extended
> attributes (in the limit of the size of the buffer that you given).
> In getattrlist you provides a list of which attributes you want...
> Well, should I put in this list all the attributes or only
> ressource fork related?
> I also see attributes like creation, modification, access date that
> can be retrieved by a stat call.
> Do rsync do this stat call for other attributes or do I have to
> copy this data to?
> In other words, which extended attributes are important to preserve?
> My preoccupation is with doing 2 times the same job, but also with
> compatibility with newer versions. I would like to patch it the
> best way possible (if there is no significant coding difference).
> Best regards,
> PS: man pages for getxattr and getattrlist are http://
> getxattr.2.html and http://developer.apple.com/documentation/Darwin/
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