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- Jerry Krinock
April 3, 2008, 12:03 am
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Re: Recursive Directory Copy (with resource forks) in Mac OS X
this is due to its reliance on the copy() method in the superclass
File::Copy. And all of this is due to the fact that perl does not
have a built-in "copy file" function, which is well-known and seems to
have been discussed by people smarter than me who are discussing
whether or not to fix it in perl 6 . So, I'll just use my own
workaround of calling system() to invoke darwin's cp (which copies
resource forks in Mac OS 10.4 or later).