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[REBOL] Re: File-modes on different platforms

From: carl:cybercraft at: 18-May-2002 9:54

On 17-May-02, Anton wrote:
> Hello, > I am interested to see the different file modes > available on different platforms. > I have tested on Windows2k and NT4. > I need Linux, Amiga, Mac and any others. > I would like you out there who have one of the above platforms to > try the following code and report back with the result. > save file: %anton-filemode-test "" ; create a file to experiment on > foreach mode get-modes %dummy 'file-modes [ > print [ > type? get-modes file mode > mode > if error? set/any 'err try [ > set-modes file compose [ > (to-set-word mode) (get-modes file mode) > ] > ][probe disarm err] > ] > ] > delete file ; clean up > The code just prints out the datatype of each mode, > the mode word, and reports if there was an error > setting that mode. (I want to see which modes cannot > be modified, if any.)
On Amiga I get none for everything, which I guess is good?... date modification-date none integer owner-id none integer group-id none logic pure none logic script none logic hold none logic archived none logic owner-read none logic owner-write none logic owner-execute none logic owner-delete none logic group-read none logic group-write none logic group-execute none logic group-delete none logic world-read none logic world-write none logic world-execute none logic world-delete none none comment none -- Carl Read