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Re: unlink() and directories.

From: Alfred M. Szmidt
Subject: Re: unlink() and directories.
Date: Fri, 01 Nov 2002 17:43:40 +0100

   Hm. It does not seem this way to me--the man-page says:

           EISDIR pathname refers to a directory.  (This is the non-POSIX
           value returned by Linux since 2.1.132.)

   And the revision-2.4 Linux that I'm running does indeed fail on
   "unlink (x)" where x is a directory....

Woops, looks like my test program was flawed, and used rmdir()
instead.  It does indeed fail on GNU/Linux.  Thanks.

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