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    • deuce's avatar
      Change to make fexistcase() *NOT* call fexist() under *nix if wildcard · 9f0ffff2
      deuce authored
      (* or ?) chars are present.  Doing so prevents re-writing of the path
      parameter, so behaviour is different between the two.
      
      This would break something like:
      int munlink(char *glob)
      {
              char    this[MAX_PATH+1];
      
              strcpy(this,glob);
              while(fexistcase(this)) {
                      unlink(this);
                      strcpy(this,glob);
              }
      }
      
      Does Synchronet rely on the old behaviour anywhere?
      9f0ffff2