[OS X TeX] status of Spotlight indexing of .tex files?

Paul Vickers paul.vickers at unn.ac.uk
Wed Dec 7 05:32:33 EST 2005

I'm running 10.4.4

> I'm running 10.4.3, but the only .tex file that Spotlight finds
> happens to have a Type of "TEXT" and was created (on someone else's
> PowerBook) by "OTEX".   Could you perhaps tell me what are typical Type
> and Creator fields of any of the .tex files which Spotlight finds for
> you?  You can get this information from
>          /Developer/Tools/GetFileInfo FILE
> Many thanks, José

This gives me:

powerBook-2:~/Desktop/gamelan paulvickers$ /Developer/Tools/GetFileInfo 
file: "/Users/paulvickers/Desktop/Gamelan/GamelanCaseForSupport.tex"
type: ""
creator: ""
attributes: avbstclinmedz
created: 12/05/2005 13:44:02
modified: 12/05/2005 13:44:02
powerBook-2:~/Desktop/gamelan paulvickers$


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