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Re: [MiNT] bug in unlink/MiNTLib?

Tomas Berndtsson <tomas@nocrew.org> writes:

|> I've recently compiled fileutils using MiNTLib 0.55.3, and noticed a
|> small problem, which I think is related to MiNTLib, and not
|> fileutils.
|> The problem is that wrong error code is returned from MiNTLib's
|> unlink() in certain cases.
|> Assume that the folder /tmp/ exists, but /tmp/test/ does not. Also
|> assume that the file /tmp/foo does not exist. If I then write:
|> rm /tmp/foo
|> it will return "ENOENT - No such file or directory", which is
|> correct. However, if I write:
|> rm /tmp/test/foo
|> it will return "ENOTDIR - Not a directory"

This is wrong.  It should return ENOENT as well.


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