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Re: cygwin 1.5.0-1 managed mount bug (?)

On Thu, 10 Jul 2003, Ronald Landheer-Cieslak wrote:

> I just downloaded the new Cygwin for testing - cygcheck output is
> available at
> af795066e634db97201a98fdb1a974d4 *cygcheck.out
> and did this:
> $ mkdir c:/foo
> $ mkdir /foo
> $ mount -o managed c:/foo /foo
> $ cd /foo
> $ touch hello
> $ touch Hello
> $ touch aux
> $ ls
> %61ux  Hello  hello
> the bug is obvious (I think) but in case I need to spell it out, the
> result of ls should have been
> aux    Hello  hello

This is one of the first things I tried this morning. :-) I think it's because
get_encoded() (FHISSETF(ENC)) isn't returning true for 'aux'

    /* We get here if `buf' contains valid data.  */
    if (get_encoded ())
      (void) fnunmunge (dir->__d_dirent->d_name, buf.cFileName);
      strcpy (dir->__d_dirent->d_name, buf.cFileName);

So the managed name just get's copied back to d_name .

It's a very cool feature, and this seems to be the only thing wrong.


Elfyn McBratney, EMCB

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