cp, ditto, du, pwd, CpMac — which one of these commands is not installed by Mac OS X 10.3 installer by default, but does get added to your system if you install the developer tools?

CpMac — for copying resource forks and metadata

This feature was built-in to OS 10.4 TIgers cp command by default, and so is no longer relevant.

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