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Re: Problem with stat


Eric Blake wrote:

If it were truly C++, you would have also showed the include files and preprocessor macros that you used. If you want help on this issue, provide a COMPILABLE example, and preferably one that is not so masked by macros that it looks more like pascal than C++.

here we are.

The problem has nothing to do with the program.

#include <stdio.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
int main (int argc, char ** argv)
   int res;
   struct   stat     Stat;

res = 0;
if (stat ("/usr/X11R6/share/doc/lesstif-0.94.4/html/Lessdox", &Stat) == 0)
printf ("Mode: %lX\n", (unsigned long) Stat.st_mode);
if (S_ISDIR (Stat.st_mode))
printf ("Directory flag is set.\n");
if (S_ISREG (Stat.st_mode))
printf ("Is a regular file.\n");
if (S_ISLNK (Stat.st_mode))
printf ("Link flag is set.\n");

plus the make file

CFLAGS	+= -I .			\
		-funsigned-char		\

Inter	= Inter/
Run	= Run/
obj	= .obj
exe	= .exe
make	= .make

All:	test${make}		\
		teststat.cpp	\
		${Inter}teststat${obj}			\

${Inter}teststat${obj}:	teststat.cpp
	g++ ${CFLAGS} -c teststat.cpp -o ${Inter}teststat${obj}

${Run}teststat${exe}:	${Inter}teststat${obj}
	g++ ${CFLAGS}			\
		${Inter}teststat${obj}	\
		-o ${Run}teststat${exe}

The result is the same as before.


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