[TxMt] TextMate garbling up my website? (._ files)

Eric O'Brien ericob at possibilityengine.com
Sat Jan 28 02:35:26 UTC 2006

There has been a fair amount of discussion about these "._" or "dot  
underscore" or "period underscore" files.  See


CHeck the above article or search on the terms.


On Jan 27, 2006, at 8:53 AM, Kris Herlaar wrote:

> 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 separate resource fork 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)
> Kris
> 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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