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- Subject: Re: missing functions (luafilesystem) ?
- From: Mildred <ml.mildred593@...>
- Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 21:31:44 +0200
On Tue, 28 Mar 2006 13:49:54 -0500 Javier Guerra <email@example.com>
> > I'm actually using luafilesystem but I think it would be great to
> > have others functions :
> > - a recursive flag for mkdir
> > - a copy function (which would be able to copy folders)
> > - maybe some functions to know if a file exists
> > - basename and dirname
> > - chmod, chown
> > - a way to create named pipes on unix systems (mkfifo)
> most of those are obvious from the *nix point of view, but i think=20
> luafilesystem aims to be platform agnostic. Luiz has a different
> module:=20 luaPosix, that exports most of the usual *nix C API.
I agree that chmod, chown and mkfifo are unix only ... but not the
others (recursive mkdir, copy, file_exisis, basename, dirname)
But even for chmod and chown ... these functions can exist in
luafilesystem without problems. There is already unix attributes to the
On others systems, these functions would have no effect ... and it
would be easier on unix systems.
> i guess that last line can be left out, making the whole routine just:
Thanks for that. I never realized it was possible.
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