[Tutor] os.path.exists(path) returns false when the pathactually exists!
thorsten at thorstenkampe.de
Sat Jul 28 11:57:49 CEST 2007
* Tiger12506 (Sat, 28 Jul 2007 10:33:36 -0500)
> > So the better question is, does is this file a broken symbolic link or
> > can os.stat() be executed on it?
> > How do I find if it is a broken symbolic link in Windows 2000 ?
> > os.stat(path) returns an OSError saying that there is no such file or
> > directory
> Wow. I've never heard of this. What are the file's attributes? What does it
> say about the file when you right-click Properties? Hmmm... what's going on
> here? Permission not granted to execute os.stat()? Why wouldn't anyone have
> permission to do that?
> A broken symbolic link... That means a hard link that has been cut-off
No, symbolic links and hard links are totally different.
> (Hard-links are like pointers to files in NTFS) ~ so if the file's
> been moved, that hard link will point to nothing, being broken, right?
Thre are no "broken hard links"...
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