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Safely add the date to the menubar in 10.2
Authored by: silentway on Nov 04, '03 03:30:52PM

I tried this and get hung up at the end- when I move the new Localizable.strings from the desktop to the English.lproj directory, it doesn't appear to overwrite the old version. (Even after logging out/in.) If I do a ls -al on the English.lproj directory, the mod date still shows 7/2002. Here are the results of the mv:

usage: mv [-fi] source target
mv [-fi] source ... directory

That means it overwrites the old version, right? hmmm... any thoughts?

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Safely add the date to the menubar in 10.2
Authored by: jfw on Dec 17, '03 12:49:43AM

No, that means you had a syntax error in your mv command.
It did not do anything and is reporting what the correct usage format should be.



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