[CalendarServer-dev] Re: twisted dav : xattrprops on linux
Wilfredo Sánchez Vega
wsanchez at wsanchez.net
Mon Sep 11 15:12:51 PDT 2006
(Let's chat on the mailing list; I don't always respond to direct
mail, get too much and all that.)
That's a weird rule...
Does it make sense for this to be hidden in the xattr library?
Perhaps not... I kinda hate to so this on OS X just because Linux is
On Sep 9, 2006, at 9:52 AM, Vincent Kraeutler wrote:
> just stumbled across what looks like a minor issue with
> xattrs on linux: it seems that when writing xattrs, normal
> users are _required_ (at least on ext2/ext3) to prefix all
> attribute names with "user.". i.e. it is not possible to
> carry out
>>> import xattr
>>> xx = xattr.xattr("testFile")
>>> xx["foo"] = "bar"
>>> xx["user.foo"] = "bar"
> works. if that is indeed the case, i would be tempted to suggest
> with "user.", i.e. replace "WebDAV:" with "user.WebDAV:" to enhance
> i hope i am making sense.
> kind regards,
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