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, Martin Pittenauer <map@...> wrote:
> A simpler way would be to use the plain text copy that is stored
> within the .seetext for convenience. Seetext files are bundles, a kind
> of fancy folder that gets treated like a file by the Finder.
> Besides the documents history, its metadata and QuickLook preview, we
> also store a redundant plain text version one can access without
> SubEthaEdit or use for compiling an the like in this folder.
> To access the plain text you can use (for this example) "lua
Aha, I tried making a symbolic link called test.lua that pointed to
plain.txt and it works! As often seems to be the case, it has to be a
symbolic link and not just a MacOS alias. I suspected there would be a
> I just tried your script and it worked as intended on my machine. What
> encoding does your lua file usually have? Are you working on Tiger or
> Leopard? Intel or PPC?
It doesn't matter now, but I'm back in the dark ages with a 2004 eMac
PPC running Tiger. I use UTF-8 with CRLF line endings for the Windows
> All the best,
Thank you for the prompt replies!