From: Angus Leeming (angus.leeming_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-24 03:32:44
Beman Dawes wrote:
> At 10:27 AM 11/23/2004, Angus Leeming wrote:
> >Rich Johnson wrote:
> >> On another topic....
> >> I seem to recall a boost::filesystem 'is_equivalent_name()' or
> >> 'name_equals()' convenience function mentioned sometime over the
> >> last week or so. There's currently a fair bit of debate over
> >> codings, etc.; this function would handle that.
> >Thanks for the heads up. I skipped many of the 1200+ postings to the
> >Boost Devel list since I read it last...
> >I think that I understand what you're talking about. The fact that
> >Win32 regards 'FileName' and 'filename' as equivalent file names
> >unless the file has the FILE_FLAG_POSIX_SEMANTICS attribute set,
> Not entirely. 'FileName' and 'filename' could be two distinct and
> separate files, and could have a variety of names. Use the new
> equivalent() function to determine path equivalence.
> See http://www.boost.org/libs/filesystem/doc/operations.htm#equivalent
> We've already had one bug report involving subst drives; equivalence on
> Win32 systems is really tricky to determine.
Ok. Thanks, Beman.
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