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Re: Symlinks from Windoze?

From: Martin Probst <mail_at_martin-probst.com>
Date: 2004-08-14 14:39:59 CEST

> Yes, you have misunderstood. The "untranslated" file is the one whose
> contents are "link foo". When the release notes say Win32 systems do
> not translate, that means you get a file with those contents in your
> directory. It does not translate to the contents of the linked file,
> no "expansion" occurs.
> Trust me, I wrote the feature. :)

Just by the way: have you thought about using windows NTFS hardlinks to
represent Unix symlinks?

I'm not sure whether that would be a good idea, it might get a real pain
to keep track of what is a link and what isn't. Also many Win32 tools
just aren't aware that something might be a link so potentially
disastrous effects might occur when using other tools on the WC...


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