[NTLK] [OT] Looking for Goliath (WebDAV client) for Panther

From: Gavin McKenzie (gavin.mckenzie_at_gmail.com)
Date: Tue Nov 23 2004 - 05:27:30 PST


The webdav.org domain seems to have been down for the last couple days
(maybe more?).
I'm trying to lay my hands on a non-Classic version of Goliath -- the
WebDAV client, because I need to put some files into a dav_svn repo.
Finder won't do it, and I know Goliath will (because it worked on my
old Classic PowerBook).

Does anyone have a non-classic version of Goliath that they could send my way?

On a slightly related note, Goliath is good enough to create
AppleDouble ._-style files for resource forks automatically. Does
anyone know of a way to smash a bunch of Mac files into their
AppleDouble equivalents? I've tried simply using cp foo/rsrc ._foo
and that didn't work. I've tried using ditto --rsrc to copy into a
FAT usb key. Any ideas?


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