[OS X TeX] Web hosting etc

Alain Schremmer schremmer.alain at gmail.com
Wed Oct 10 17:01:11 EDT 2007

On Oct 10, 2007, at 4:56 PM, Bernhard Barkow wrote:

> On 2007-10-10, at 20:38, Adam M. Goldstein wrote:
>>>> I can recommend CleanArchiver : http://www.sopht.jp/cleanarchiver/
>>>> It is simple a drag&drop application that can  
>>>> create .zip, .gzip .bzip or .dmg archives from a folder  
>>>> including or excluding whatever hidden stuff that suits you.  
>>>> Launch it only to set/change the preferences.
>>> Thank you for this hint, this looks like a nice application. I  
>>> used to accomplish this using the command line and corresponding  
>>> parameters to the zip command; if it would be possible to  
>>> integrate this into the Finder's contextual menu (like Create  
>>> Archiv of"…"), this would be even more practicable…
>> Maybe you could make an automator action from a shell script of  
>> the commands you'd use from the command line and then add it to  
>> the finder's contextual menus?
> You are right; I never took a deep enough look into Automator, but  
> the tool On My Command (<http://www.abracode.com/free/cmworkshop/>)  
> is also very helpful for this kind of thing, I just should get down  
> to write the necessary workflow into a (more or less) clean script  
> (it's not that I use this every day, most of the times I am so lazy  
> to use the default "Create Archive…" CM entry, not caring for  
> hidden OSX files…)

If you ever do, could you spare a copy?

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