Re: [NTLK] Files with rsrc extensions...

From: Laurent Daudelin (
Date: Sat Jun 08 2002 - 00:40:28 EDT

on 07/06/02 17:32, Anderson, Brett P. at wrote:

> I had trouble with the site earlier and not sure if this message got through
> when I originally sent it and didn't see it in the archives...sorry if this
> is a duplicate message...
> Ok, another plea of ignorance on my part....but not being a developer I am
> again limited by my lack of knowledge. I have found a couple of apps that I
> thought would be useful in my search for battery diagnostics but when I
> expanded the .sit file the only files inside were files with a .rsrc
> extension. Is this the code file? Is there a way to get this application
> installed on a Newton 2x00?

On which kind of computer are you trying to recover those applications?
Those .rsrc files seem like you're trying to recover Macintosh applications
on a non-Macintosh computer...


Laurent Daudelin                            <>
Logiciels Nemesys Software                  

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