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Re: EditField Selection Problems   -   john roberts
  OSX or OSclassic ??? How to know ?   -   Dominik Fusina - The Captain
   Re: OSX or OSclassic ??? How to know ?   -   Mike Benonis
    Re: OSX or OSclassic ??? How to know ?   -   Dominik Fusina - The Captain
     Re: OSX or OSclassic ??? How to know ?   -   Will Leshner
      Re: OSX or OSclassic ??? How to know ?   -   Dominik Fusina - The Captain
       Re: OSX or OSclassic ??? How to know ?   -   Randall Meadows
   Re: OSX or OSclassic ??? How to know ? (SOLVED)   -   Dominik Fusina - The Captain

OSX or OSclassic ??? How to know ?
Date: 30.07.02 09:13 (Tue, 30 Jul 2002 10:13:09 +0200)
From: Dominik Fusina - The Captain
Hi,

I would like to know if my appli really works under MACOS X, I mean not
carbon only - "targetCarbon" doesn't explain that we are under MACOS X only
??? It's true, isn't it ???

...Because I need to manage 10+13 ascii characters after write text lines
(instead chr(10) by default).

Thanx,

For REALSOFTWARE [IDEA] :
The method "writeline" from TEXTOUTPUTSTREAM could have a second parameters
to determine the type of line return : chr(10) as now, or chr(10)+chr(13)
(new option ???)

regards


Dominik Fusina
Captain of NEMO


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Re: OSX or OSclassic ??? How to know ?
Date: 30.07.02 13:37 (Tue, 30 Jul 2002 08:37:31 -0400)
From: Mike Benonis
TextOutputStream.Delimiter is what you need to set.

BTW, for OS X, lines end with Chr(10), in Mac OS 9, they end with Chr(13).
Only Windoze uses Chr(13)+Chr(10).

-Mike

on 7/30/02 4:13 AM, Dominik Fusina - The Captain at <email address removed> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I would like to know if my appli really works under MACOS X, I mean not
> carbon only - "targetCarbon" doesn't explain that we are under MACOS X only
> ??? It's true, isn't it ???
>
> ...Because I need to manage 10+13 ascii characters after write text lines
> (instead chr(10) by default).
>
> Thanx,
>
> For REALSOFTWARE [IDEA] :
> The method "writeline" from TEXTOUTPUTSTREAM could have a second parameters
> to determine the type of line return : chr(10) as now, or chr(10)+chr(13)
> (new option ???)
>
> regards

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Re: OSX or OSclassic ??? How to know ?
Date: 30.07.02 14:12 (Tue, 30 Jul 2002 15:12:18 +0200)
From: Dominik Fusina - The Captain
on 30/07/02 14:37, Mike Benonis at <email address removed> wrote:

> TextOutputStream.Delimiter is what you need to set.
Thanx a lot..

>
> BTW, for OS X, lines end with Chr(10), in Mac OS 9, they end with Chr(13).
> Only Windoze uses Chr(13)+Chr(10).

On MACOS X, I found also text Files uses Chr(13)+Chr(10).

Dominik Fusina
Captain of NEMO



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Re: OSX or OSclassic ??? How to know ?
Date: 30.07.02 15:19 (Tue, 30 Jul 2002 07:19:28 -0700)
From: Will Leshner
Where? Mac OS X is UNIX and line endings are LF or Chr(10).

On Tuesday, July 30, 2002, at 06:12 AM, Dominik Fusina - The Captain
wrote:

> On MACOS X, I found also text Files uses Chr(13)+Chr(10).

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Re: OSX or OSclassic ??? How to know ?
Date: 30.07.02 15:33 (Tue, 30 Jul 2002 16:33:59 +0200)
From: Dominik Fusina - The Captain
on 30/07/02 16:19, Will Leshner at <email address removed> wrote:

> Where? Mac OS X is UNIX and line endings are LF or Chr(10).
>
> On Tuesday, July 30, 2002, at 06:12 AM, Dominik Fusina - The Captain
> wrote:
>
>> On MACOS X, I found also text Files uses Chr(13)+Chr(10).

Do that:
---------
On your MACOSX or MACOS9, open EXPLORER.
Then type an URL into the adress field...

After, drag and drop this link on the finder.
Then EXPLORER generates a "link file" (drag file).
Actually, this files doesn't contain resource (like FINDER LINKS does), only
a text file.
If you edit this file, you will be very surprised to see that all lines feed
are PC compatible (13 + 10)!
probably to be compatible with PC world.
It's so nice... (((-:

[I made a software to edit and create) FINDER & EXPLORER link files]


Dominik Fusina
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Re: OSX or OSclassic ??? How to know ?
Date: 30.07.02 15:47 (Tue, 30 Jul 2002 10:47:20 -0400)
From: Randall Meadows
At 4:33 PM +0200 7/30/02, Dominik Fusina - The Captain wrote:

> > Where? Mac OS X is UNIX and line endings are LF or Chr(10).
>>
>> On Tuesday, July 30, 2002, at 06:12 AM, Dominik Fusina - The Captain
>> wrote:
>>
>>> On MACOS X, I found also text Files uses Chr(13)+Chr(10).
>
>Do that:
>---------
>On your MACOSX or MACOS9, open EXPLORER.
>Then type an URL into the adress field...
>
>After, drag and drop this link on the finder.
>Then EXPLORER generates a "link file" (drag file).
>Actually, this files doesn't contain resource (like FINDER LINKS does), only
>a text file.
>If you edit this file, you will be very surprised to see that all lines feed
>are PC compatible (13 + 10)!
>probably to be compatible with PC world.
>It's so nice... (((-:
>
>[I made a software to edit and create) FINDER & EXPLORER link files]

This is no doubt due to the fact that IE is written my MS, which as
we all know, isn't exactly known for adhering to standards.

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