Thread-topic: Where are good places to publish scripts
On 5/27/05 12:37 AM, "Michelle Steiner" <email@hidden> wrote:
> On May 27, 2005, at 12:34 AM, Paul Berkowitz wrote:
>>> I tried to upload the script, but it tells me that "scpt" is not a
>>> valid file extension.
>> Try stuffing or zipping it first.
> But why wouldn't they recognize the standard file extension for a
It has nothing to do with recognizing it - that's just a poorly-worded
dialog if that's what it says. (Tell the site about that.) It's not safe to
upload or download files that have not been encoded - it's looking for a
.sit or .sip or other suitable extension indicating you've done that (it may
still even allow .hqx but I doubt it). Your file will be stored for download
in exactly the format you upload it - they don't alter it or package it for
you - so it's got to be done right by you. The naming conventions (no spaces
or uppercase letters) relates to how the files are stored and their eventual
> "Growth for thesake of growth is the ideology of the cancer cell."
OK. Yet another reason for compressing files...
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