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From "Daniel F. Savarese" <...@savarese.org>
Subject Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29689] - [net] Unix parser does not handle special files.
Date Mon, 21 Jun 2004 19:27:48 GMT

In message <20040620223130.29573.qmail@nagoya.betaversion.org>, bugzilla@apache
.org writes:
>a listing.   Assuming it's implemented, it would also make sense to have FTPFi
>le
>return the type as being UNKNOWN_TYPE for these other cases.

I haven't kept up with all of the parser changes, but that's why
FTPFile.UNKNOWN_TYPE exists.  Anything that's not obviously (as determined
by the listing format) a regular file, a directory, or a symbolic link (which
could point to a directory or to a file) should be treated as unknown, but be
included in the listing (and let the client decide what to do with it).  At
least that was the original intent.

daniel



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