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From: "John C. Welch" <email@hidden>
On 11/12/2007 21:22 PM, "Jan Steinman" <email@hidden> wrote:
Since TM relies on folder hard links, that could be an issue.
That is not my understanding of how it works. A POSIX-compliant file system cannot have directory hard links.
Well, for one, I don't think HFS+ is particularly POSIX-compliant...
That may explain it...
... but even
if it is not, it is HFS+ in leopard that supports Directory Hard links. As
well, from what I've read, there's nothing in POSIX that forbids directory
NAME link -- make a hard file link
SYNOPSIS #include <unistd.h>
int link(const char *path1, const char *path2);
DESCRIPTION ... As mandated by POSIX.1, path1 may not be a directory.
ERRORS Link() will fail and no link will be created if: ... [EPERM] The file named by path1 is a directory.
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