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Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2003 23:07:48 +0000
From: Richard Dawe <rich AT phekda DOT freeserve DOT co DOT uk>
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To: djgpp-workers AT delorie DOT com
Subject: Re: Take on __solve_symlinks()
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Hello.

Laurynas Biveinis wrote:
> 
> Charles Sandmann wrote:
> > Excess ../../.. will find files in the root directory on Win2K (such
> > as autoexec.bat) but will fail (unmatched) on Win98.  Win2K seems to
> > emulate a unixy type behavior of .. in root pointing to root - while
> > Win98 does not.
> 
> Thanks a lot. I guess this acquits __solve_symlinks of Rick's concerns,
> doesn't it?

No, not really. It still doesn't work for the cases where ".."s go above the
root directory. So either findfirst (& findnext, I guess) or __solve_symlinks
needs to be fixed. But does the fix belong in findfirst or __solve_symlinks?

We could "fix" findfirst & findnext to cope with excess ".."s on DOS.

> Rick, are there any other bugs left in __solve_symlinks?

No, I don't think so.

Thanks, bye, Rich =]

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Richard Dawe [ http://www.phekda.freeserve.co.uk/richdawe/ ]

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