[TxMt] TextMate garbling up my website?

Kris Herlaar kris at theredhead.nl
Fri Jan 27 16:53:02 UTC 2006

Actually, after finding the solution i am pretty certain textmate  
really had nothing to do with it, probably some network quirk that  
created an otherwise uncalled for seperate resourcefork file.

I've since debugged my framework to make sure it won't have any  
impact on me again, few more filename checks in the php code. (made  
sure to ignore filenames starting with ._ in the class autoloader)


On Jan 27, 2006, at 12:35 AM, Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On 26/1/2006, at 20:34, Kris Herlaar wrote:
>> Hmm, i hadn't really thought of resource forks yet, and i've never  
>> seen any resource forks outside of resedit before [...]
> As to why your web-server shows extended attributes as part of the  
> page, I have no idea, and would need to debug your setup for that.
> You can disable the use of these [1] though.
> But it would be nicer to figure out how to not have the web-server  
> show them.
> [1] http://macromates.com/textmate/manual/ 
> saving_files#extended_attributes_metadata
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