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Copying files under MacOS X

 
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Hello,
maybe someone had done it or knows how to do that. I do really not I'm really dispaired.

The macOS got 3 streams in a single file (the data- , comment- and info-stream) The datastream should be no problem cause I could use java.io.File for it, but then I don't have the comments and the infos (like type and creator). That's really bad cause I want to use it from one to another macOS and I still want to which file it is (without extensions)
So I downloaded the MacBinaryToolkit where you can use the class FileForker instead of java.io.File. So far so good, but I don't know how to copy a file with it. I got the type and creator from it so that I could see 'em but if I tried to copy I failed again.
Has anybody an advice for me on how to do it?
Thanks a lot for your reply
 
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If you are using Mac OS X then you can use:

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[ July 30, 2002: Message edited by: Rene Larsen ]
 
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