Dealing with ":2f" in the middle of filenames
mfedyk at matchmail.com
Thu Oct 5 08:47:15 GMT 2000
I have a netatalk server for a heard of macs, and I'm having trouble with the
PCs getting short names instead of the long names because of a ":" in the name.
The ":" is part of ":2f" which is what netatalk encodes "/" as in the filename.
I'm trying to adapt "mangled map" to convert the ":2f" to "-", but it is having
trouble with the code in the middle of the file. If it is at the end, there is
mangled map = (*:2f *-) (:2f* -*)
What do i need to change to get it to mangle the netatalk code in the middle of
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