please test: coreutils-5.90-3
Thu Oct 20 19:02:00 GMT 2005
On Oct 20 06:17, Eric Blake wrote:
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> According to Corinna Vinschen on 10/19/2005 11:11 AM:
> >>utimes(dest,...); // at this point, timestamp is correct
> >>close(dest_desc); // oops, timestamp changed
> > Apparently NT overwrites the mtime timestamp on close, as long as write
> > buffers are not written to disk at that time. Chris had an idea how to
> > work around that in Cygwin so that it should work in most cases now.
> > Please try the latest snapshot from http://cygwin.com/snapshots/
> Slick trick of searching for an open write descriptor visiting the same
> file. But it begs the question - why not go one step further and
> create/export futimes(), so that the application can inform cygwin which
> descriptor to use, bypassing the search?
I've implemented futimes and lutimes today. For testing futimes I
recompiled coreutils 5.90 which happily jumped to use futimes now.
Give it a try.
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