MacOS 9's Network File Mappings on MacOS X, how?

Discussion in 'Apple' started by Michael Vilain, Oct 24, 2003.

  1. I have a bunch of files with various extensions (.js, .cgi, .php, .css),
    and Interarchie 4.1 transferred the .cgi files as BINARY when I
    tranferred them on MacOS X 10.2.8 to my ISP. MacOS 9 had an Internet
    Control Panel that kept file->application mappings. If I defined .cgi
    as an ASCII TEXT file for BBEdit, it would correctly transfer the file
    as ASCII rather than BINARY.

    Is there a place in MacOS X where I can set these mappings. I don't see
    a place that's publically accessible, like a System Preference Panel.
    If not, how can I set the application <-> extension network mappings on
    MacOS X?
     
    Michael Vilain, Oct 24, 2003
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  2. Peter Lewis of Interarchie answered this. I went to VersionTracker.com
    and downloaded MisFox. This gave me access to the File Extentions <->
    Application mappings on MacOS X. Works great!!
     
    Michael Vilain, Oct 24, 2003
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