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Old 05-05-2005, 12:28 PM
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No such file or directory

My backup is failing with this error:

|12:10:04 AM|Info| WARNING: Caught I/O exception(2): No such file or directory
|12:10:04 AM|Info| WARNING: Source: /Applications/BBEdit 7.0/BBEdit Support/Scripts/02)Open Folder/"BBEdit Prefs" Folder, lstat(): 0
|12:10:04 AM|Info| WARNING: Target: /tmp/SVUmount/Applications/BBEdit 7.0/BBEdit Support/Scripts/02)Open Folder/"BBEdit Prefs" Folder, lstat(): -1
|12:10:04 AM|Info| WARNING: Could not copy file with Cocoa frameworks. Attempting to copy with ditto.
|12:10:04 AM|Error| ditto: /Applications/BBEdit 7.0/BBEdit Support/Scripts/02)Open Folder/BBEdit: No such file or directory

"BBEdit Prefs" Folder is actually an AppleScript file, not a folder, despite its name. Is SuperDuper choking on the quotation marks in the name? If not, what's going on here?
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