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SubjectRe: NTFS-like streams?
mmckinlay@gnu.org (Mo McKinlay)  wrote on 14.08.00 in <Pine.LNX.4.21.0008141412260.10306-100000@sphere.man.uk.ekto.org>:

> # But its not a file either, so if you can opendir it why cant you make it
> # your cwd.
>
> IIRC people said that you should specifically NOT be able to
> opendir() it. Being able to opendir() something that isn't a directory is
> just as weird as being able to chdir() to it.

I'm rapidly coming to the conclusion that any solution which does *not*
allow an opendir() on it is just terminally broken.

MfG Kai

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