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Re: 1.3.6-6 & CVS: BUG: opendir() returns ENOTDIR whereas ENOENT would probably be a better choice...

On Fri, Jan 04, 2002 at 09:59:31PM +0300, egor duda wrote:
>Friday, 04 January, 2002 Alexei Lioubimov wrote:
>AL> cvs [checkout aborted]: cannot open directory .../CVS/mypoj/Attic: Not a
>AL> directory
>AL> I send this error to info-cvs mailing list and they said, that it is due to
>AL> opendir() implementation in cygwin (it returns ENOTDIR instead of
>AL> ENOENT in most cases :( ).
>this program prints 'errno=2', which is correct ENOENT result.
>#include <sys/types.h>
>#include <stdio.h>
>#include <dirent.h>
>#include <errno.h>
>int main()
>  DIR* x = opendir ( "/tmp/wazoof" );
>  if (!x)
>    printf ( "errno=%d\n", errno);
>AL> Will it be corrected in cygwin or in cygwin port of CVS?
>care to provide a simple self-contained testcase?

I just checked in a fix for this.  Are you using the latest CVS?

I already had a test case sitting around for this so it probably is a
regression and I probably should add something to the test suite.


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