Re: rsync 2.6.9 on OS X. files with xattrs don't retain mtime.

2006-11-11 Thread Wesley W. Terpstra
On Nov 10, 2006, at 9:28 PM, Wayne Davison wrote: On Fri, Nov 10, 2006 at 04:18:51PM +0100, Wesley W. Terpstra wrote: However, if you sync a file that is identical in all respects except the resource fork (xattrs), then the mtime is wrong for the first run, but not the second (peanut-peanut2).

rsync 2.6.9 on OS X. files with xattrs don't retain mtime.

2006-11-10 Thread Matt Jenns
I'm really excited about the recent work on extended attributes. I've compiled 2.6.9 with xattr support, and run a few tests. It seems that if I have a file with an extended attribute ( a resource fork in this case), and I run rsync -aX , the mtime is not preserved. Example: stat xattrsrc/a

Re: rsync 2.6.9 on OS X. files with xattrs don't retain mtime.

2006-11-10 Thread Wesley W. Terpstra
On Nov 10, 2006, at 11:30 AM, Matt Jenns wrote: I'm really excited about the recent work on extended attributes. I've compiled 2.6.9 with xattr support, and run a few tests. It seems that if I have a file with an extended attribute ( a resource fork in this case), and I run rsync -aX , the mtime

Re: rsync 2.6.9 on OS X. files with xattrs don't retain mtime.

2006-11-10 Thread Wesley W. Terpstra
On Nov 10, 2006, at 3:55 PM, Wesley W. Terpstra wrote: On Nov 10, 2006, at 11:30 AM, Matt Jenns wrote: I'm really excited about the recent work on extended attributes. I've compiled 2.6.9 with xattr support, and run a few tests. It seems that if I have a file with an extended attribute ( a

Re: rsync 2.6.9 on OS X. files with xattrs don't retain mtime.

2006-11-10 Thread Wayne Davison
On Fri, Nov 10, 2006 at 04:18:51PM +0100, Wesley W. Terpstra wrote: However, if you sync a file that is identical in all respects except the resource fork (xattrs), then the mtime is wrong for the first run, but not the second (peanut-peanut2). I would imagine that is because rsync didn't