[OS X TeX] Web hosting etc

Alain Schremmer schremmer.alain at gmail.com
Wed Oct 10 21:06:00 EDT 2007

On Oct 10, 2007, at 6:26 PM, Bernhard Barkow wrote:

> On 2007-10-10, at 23:01, Alain Schremmer wrote:
>>>> 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?
> Yes, of course; this list will not allow me an attachment, but you  
> can download it from
> <http://www.creativeeyes.at/tools/sw/ 
> remove_OSX_files_from_zip.plist.zip>
> This can then be imported into On My Command (using OMCEdit).
> The actual shell command is
> zip -d "__OBJ_PATH__" "._*" "*/._*" .DS_Store "*/.DS_Store"  
> __MACOSX/ "__MACOSX/.*"
> where __OBJ_PATH__ is the zip file's path; in a shell script this  
> would be
> zip -d "$1" "._*" "*/._*" .DS_Store "*/.DS_Store" __MACOSX/  
> "__MACOSX/.*"
> I haven't tested it with deep folder hierarchies. Please let me  
> know if (no, how) this can be improved, by the way…
> Some day, when I will have made myself familiar with Automator, an  
> Automator action will follow :-)

I just downloaded it but I need a clear head to do the rest. Will  

Grateful regards
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