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July 22nd, 2016

@dnanian That would be fine with me. BTW, I wonder if this is an issue when cloning a Time Machine volume…

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@dnanian OK, so make a .xip, tell the Apple utility to expand it, and then move it to the desired location. :-)

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@dnanian @bdash I wonder how Archive Utility does it when it expands Xcode.xip…

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@dnanian @bdash Can you create them first and then make the bundle structure around them?

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@McCloudStrife The problem is that there’s little to base future estimates on—can’t see issues beforehand. The boiling analogy is apt.

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@McCloudStrife Yes, but it goes both ways. If the estimated work to continue is small, makes sense to stay in.

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@McCloudStrife Knowing what I know now I never would have gotten involved, but, now that I’m in, it always seems feasible to continue.

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@McCloudStrife I would guess the latter. With the MAS you always think you’re almost in the clear and then run into yet another issue.

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@McCloudStrife No, but I can attest that it takes a huge amount of time. Has bitten me multiple times as a user, too.

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@bdash I presume it’s a security restriction when the target is in a bundle but don’t fully understand. Maybe @dnanian can explain.

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Xcode 8 Illegal Hard Links Prevent Cloning: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/07/2…

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Pixellating or Blurring Text Creates Identifiable Patterns: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/07/2…

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What Exactly Is “Compressed Memory”?: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/07/2…

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