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- Subject: Re: how to use sessions in CGILUA?
- From: Chris <ctlajoie@...>
- Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2006 08:59:56 -0700
no need. I can get the latest version if I need to. For now I have
just changed session.lua a little bit to get it working correctly.
once again I appreciate all your help. :)
On 2/1/06, Tomas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> >> I've just tried with Windows XP and it does what was expected:
> >> a table is returned in case of an existing directory and nil followed by
> >> an error message in case there is no directory. I have no idea why it
> >> is not behaving like this in your case :-(
> >> Tomas
> > I am also using WinXP. For me, lfs.attributes(somedir) is returning
> > nil if somedir has either a '/' or a '\\' on the end.
> > my lfs.dll (in C:\Program Files\Kepler\lib\lfs.dll) does not have any
> > version info attached to it, but it was created on 7/18/2005.
> I'm sorry but we'll have to correct the library for that
> particular behavior. In Linux, it doesn't matter if the directory
> has a '/' at the end :-(
> If you want, I can send you a new version.