From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-01-03 10:01:30
At 04:42 PM 12/12/2004, Ben Hutchings wrote:
>On a visual inspection some time back I also noted that there's no
>special handling for empty root directories on Windows. The problem
>with these is that while even an empty directory normally has entries
>for "." and "..", so that FindFirstFile can return something, root
>directories on FAT volumes (and I think NTFS as well) do not have these
>and Windows doesn't fake them, so FindFirstFile on an empty root returns
>INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE. Note that this only applies to real root
>directories, not to the roots of drives that are mapped to
>sub-directories using subst or file sharing.
Fixed in CVS.
Thanks for the report,
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