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Manual Reference Pages  -  APPLE_DUMP (1)

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NAME

apple_dump - Dump AppleSingle/AppleDouble format data

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

apple_dump [-a] [FILE | DIR]
apple_dump -e FILE | DIR
apple_dump -f [FILE]
apple_dump -d [FILE]
apple_dump -h | -help | --help
apple_dump -v | -version | --version

DESCRIPTION

apple_dump is a perl script to dump AppleSingle/AppleDouble format data.

This script can dump various AppleSingle/AppleDouble data created by mailer, archiver, Mac OS X, Netatalk and so on.

With no FILE|DIR, or when FILE|DIR is -, read standard input.

OPTIONS

-a [FILE|DIR]

This is default. Dump a AppleSingle/AppleDouble data for FILE or DIR automatically. If FILE is not AppleSingle/AppleDouble format, look for extended attribute, .AppleDouble/FILE and ._FILE. If DIR, look for extended attribute, DIR/.AppleDouble/.Parent and ._DIR.

-e FILE|DIR

Dump extended attribute of FILE or DIR.

-f [FILE]

Dump FILE. Assume FinderInfo to be FileInfo.

-d [FILE]

Dump FILE. Assume FinderInfo to be DirInfo.

-h, -help, --help

Display the help and exit

-v, -version, --version

Show version and exit

NOTE

There is no way to detect whether FinderInfo is FileInfo or DirInfo. By default, apple_dump examines whether file or directory, a parent directory is .AppleDouble, filename is ._*, filename is .Parent, and so on.

If setting option -e, -f or -d, assume FinderInfo and doesnt look for another data.

SEE ALSO

ad(1), getfattr(1), attr(1), runat(1), getextattr(8), lsextattr(8)

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3.1.8 APPLE_DUMP (1) 12 Nov 2015

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