file.c:246: Test failed: shouldn't be able to delete a readonly
Tom Spear (Dustin Booker, Dustin Navea)
speeddymon at gmail.com
Thu Mar 23 19:44:23 CST 2006
Huw D M Davies wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 23, 2006 at 06:04:21AM -0600, Tom Spear (Dustin Booker, Dustin Navea) wrote:
>> Umm.. I'm not totally sure this is 100% in conformance with windows.
>> When I try to delete a readonly file, I get a dialog telling me that it
>> is readonly, and asking me if I really want to delete it. If we are
>> completely disallowing removal of a readonly file (by windows standard,
>> not linux' standard), then it is incorrect and should be fixed...
> Well the test passes on Win 2000.
> C:\>kernel32_crosstest.exe file
> file: 494243 test executed, 0 marked as todo, 0 failures.
Hmm.. I'm thinking that the test isn't doing it right then... Cause
windows will let you delete a readonly file, but it prompts you first
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