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Re: Solved. Odd, is it not? mkdir 'e:\' cannot be undone by rmdir 'e:\' ...
On Sat, 21 Sep 2019 21:02:37, Ken Brown wrote:
> I think you can simplify this by eliminating the second part and changing
> the first part to the following:
> char sep = dir[strlen (dir) - 1];
> if (isdirsep (sep)
> /* This converts // to /, but since both give EEXIST, we're okay. */
> char *buf;
> char *p = stpcpy (buf = tp.c_get (), dir) - 1;
> dir = buf;
> while (p > dir && isdirsep (*p))
> *p-- = '\0';
> /* Reattach dirsep in case of "x:". */
> if (p == dir + 1 && *p == ':' && isalpha (dir))
> p = sep;
The ball is your court now. Having said that, in case of multiple trailing
dirseps, your code will reattach the last one.
My code will reattach the first dirsep, not the last one.
And dirseps can be both \ and /.
But again, the ball is your court now ...
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