From: Jason House (jhouse_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-04-17 14:08:19
1. I have no clue what that would mean
2. Is there any handling of :blat in any way shape or form in the file
system stuff? I don't remember seeing any description of that case...
Carl Daniel wrote:
> James Curran wrote:
> > Vladimir Prus wrote:
> >> The intent is to get/change the part of leaf name after the first
> >> dot.
> > um.. After the FIRST dot or the LAST dot.
> > In Win32, "james.m.curran.txt" the extention is "txt", not
> > "m.curran.txt"
> Note too that on Windows/NTFS, names like 'c:/foo/bar.baz.blip:blat' are
> legal. The 'extension' is '.blip', not '.baz.blip' and not
> The very existence of such special cases probably means that such a function
> would be a good addition to the filesystem library.
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