Python doesn't see the directories I create

Bruno Desthuilliers bdesth.quelquechose at
Thu Aug 30 12:56:19 CEST 2007

Marc 'BlackJack' Rintsch a écrit :
> On Thu, 30 Aug 2007 07:28:52 -0400, Steve Holden wrote:
>>Bruno Desthuilliers wrote:
>>>Steve Holden a écrit :
>>>Indeed. But I doubt a path starting with 'C:' will work fine on a 
>>>unix-like environment anyway !-)
>>Just to be contrarian:
>>sholden at bigboy ~/Projects/
>>$ ls C:/Steve/
>>Apache                          SANSsecurityOverview.pdf
>>Apache2                         SQLServer.txt
>>     ...
>>Resume.odt                      todo.txt
>>sholden at bigboy ~/Projects/
>>That's Cygwin, of course. Is that sufficiently "unix-like"? Though I 
>>have to admit that the different utilities all take different approaches 
>>to the use of Windows paths, and some just won't take them at all.
> Even on Unix it shouldn't be a problem on most file systems to create a
> directory named 'C:'
> bj at s8n:~$ mkdir C:
> bj at s8n:~$ touch C:/test.txt
> bj at s8n:~$ ls -l C:
> total 0
> -rw-r--r-- 1 bj bj 0 2007-08-30 14:38 test.txt
> :-)

Ok, I get it, you guys are trying to make me mad !-)

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