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Springy supports HFS, HFS+ metadata

updated 01:50 am EDT, Tue July 25, 2006

Springy 1.0.1 released

A Mac developer has released Springy 1.0.1, an archiving utility that enables users to browse files in archives with all three view types. Users can extract all or particular files or folders from archives, and modify the archives as desired. Springy offers full drag-and-drop support, works with encrypted as well as password protected files, and supports HFS/HFS+ metadata. The application works with resource forks, can compress or decompress files, and offers contextual menu support via a plug-in. Springy is priced at $18, and requires Mac OS X 10.3 or later.




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