Mac glossary? (Does somebody know how to convert .bin file?)
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GILOU  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 03:06
Member (2002)
English to French
Feb 4, 2004

Hello, I have this FTP address to download an English-French glossary but the format is (.bin). I guess it is a Mac format. Does somebody know how to convert such a format ?
Thanks


ftp://ftp.apple.com/developer/Tool_Chest/Localization_Tools/Mac_OS_X_Glossaries/


 

Jean-François Pineau  Identity Verified
Local time: 03:06
German to French
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Stuffit Expander Feb 4, 2004

".bin" is a format from Stuffit Expander. You can download it at this address:

http://www.aladdinsys.com/mac/index.html


 

Fernando Toledo  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 03:06
German to Spanish
bin is a image Feb 4, 2004

Just a Image file but you will need the .cue file too.
Burn it and install it


 

Fernando Toledo  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 03:06
German to Spanish
Ups it is a Mac File! Feb 4, 2004

This file is to small to be a Image.
I think it is a Mac zipped file (StuffIt Expander)


 

00000000 (X)
English to French
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Il faut être sur Mac Feb 5, 2004

Ce n'est pas l'extension .bin le problème, c'est l'extension .dmg juste à l'intérieur, qui est une image-disque ne pouvant être lue que par des systèmes Mac assez récents - peut-être Classic, peut-être OS X seulement.

 

Valentina Pecchiar  Identity Verified
Italy
English to Italian
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Installation image for MacOS X Feb 5, 2004

It's for OSX (Classic won't recognize it)
The easiest thing (the only one that comes to my mind at the moment) is to have someone extracting the file from the image for you and convert it into any interchangeable format (txt, csv etc.)

Sorry I can't help more

Esther Pfeffer wrote:

Ce n'est pas l'extension .bin le problème, c'est l'extension .dmg juste à l'intérieur, qui est une image-disque ne pouvant être lue que par des systèmes Mac assez récents - peut-être Classic, peut-être OS X seulement.


 

Jean-François Pineau  Identity Verified
Local time: 03:06
German to French
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Mac OS X Feb 5, 2004

Muja wrote:
The easiest thing (the only one that comes to my mind at the moment) is to have someone extracting the file from the image for you and convert it into any interchangeable format (txt, csv etc.)


I can do it for Gilles, if he wants.


 

Brandis (X)
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there is a tool Feb 6, 2004

GILLES MEUNIER wrote:

Hello, I have this FTP address to download an English-French glossary but the format is (.bin). I guess it is a Mac format. Does somebody know how to convert such a format ?
Thanks


ftp://ftp.apple.com/developer/Tool_Chest/Localization_Tools/Mac_OS_X_Glossaries/
Hi! there is a tool known as isobuster, good for .bin, iso, cue files - brandis


 

Tilo van den Berge (X)
Local time: 03:06
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isobuster not suitable Mar 7, 2004

Hi! there is a tool known as isobuster, good for .bin, iso, cue files - brandis


Isobuster is used to decompress Windows CD images (e.g. *.bin files as created by CDRWin). It is certainly not suitable at all for MacBinary (BIN) files like the Mac glossaries.


 


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