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HATTRIB(1)		    General Commands Manual		    HATTRIB(1)

NAME
       hattrib - change	HFS file or directory attributes

SYNOPSIS
       hattrib [-t TYPE] [-c CREA] [-|+i] [-|+l] hfs-path [...]

       hattrib -b hfs-path

DESCRIPTION
       hattrib	permits	 the  alteration  of HFS file attributes. In the first
       form, the MacOS-defined type and	creator	attributes can	be  set	 using
       the  -t	and -c flags, respectively. A file's invisible flag can	be set
       or cleared with +i and -i, respectively.	Finally, a file's locked  flag
       can be set or cleared with +l and -l.

       All  files mentioned on the command line	will receive the specified at-
       tributes, regardless of the file's current  attributes.	Any  attribute
       not mentioned in	the command line is left unchanged.

       In the second form, a single HFS	pathname refering to a folder is given
       with the	-b option, causing it to become	"blessed" as the MacOS	System
       Folder.	For  this to be	useful,	the folder should contain valid	Macin-
       tosh System and Finder files.

       Note that the locked and	"blessed" attributes have  little  consequence
       to hfsutils.

SEE ALSO
       hfsutils(1), hls(1)

FILES
       $HOME/.hcwd

AUTHOR
       Robert Leslie <rob@mars.org>

HFSUTILS			  30-Aug-1998			    HATTRIB(1)

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