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From Shankar Unni <shan...@intruvert.com>
Subject RE: Accessing a directory on Unix
Date Mon, 09 Jul 2001 18:04:35 GMT
Nico Seessle [mailto:nico@apache.org] writes:

> What do you expect to happen? "mkdir //1.2.3.4/a/b/c" is an 
> invalid command on Windows NT.

It's an invalid command *if you execute it inside CMD.EXE*. It's perfectly
legal if you do it at the API level, or if you use it in a shell that
doesn't go way out of its way to explicitly disallow "/" in path names (e.g.
bash, tcsh, etc.)

How does ant implement mkdir? Does it call the native APIs, or does it do
this by spawning a shell?
--
Shankar.


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