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Are extended attributes handled, and if so, to what extent? For example, are resource forks synced between HFS+ file systems? Things could get tricky editing files across platforms.

If this isn't supported yet, I would like to add it to the wishlist, as a must have before use.

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From article:

 

  • Linux: xattr names MUST start with namespace (.used, .system, etc.) and cannot store more data than 1 filesystem block (usually 4Kb)

 

I Use KDE, and KDE (tags) attributes begins normally with user. Here is an example:
 
:~/Downloads$ getfattr -d KG1.pdf  
# file: KG1.pdf
user.baloo.rating="10"
user.xdg.comment="LLALALALA"
user.xdg.origin.url="http://www.kindergeld.org/download/KG1.pdf"
user.xdg.referrer.url="http://www.kindergeld.org/formulare.html"
user.xdg.tags="VASILIJ"

 
Seems KDE tagging and btsync are not compatible...
Is it very difficult too add support for user attributes?
Or whats is a problem to support all attributes?
Edited by bouillon
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