I've tried it and no it will not!
Now if you run TextWrangler as root it will work. The easiest way to
That will run text wrangler as root and let you edit the file and save
On Mar 15, 2012, at 11:03 AM, Patrick Woolsey <pwool...@barebones.com> wrote:
Willis Ross <z1r...@gmail.com> wrote:Hi Bill,
> System files owned by root/wheel have to be edited as root using
> the sudo command. TextWrangler
> Falls just short of being able to do this because it cannot save as root/wheel
Sorry but that's not the case: you can use the direct download version of
[In the event you need to edit a file which you can't open, you will then
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