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GeneralReadDirectoryChangesW vs FindFirstFile (on file server hosting mac file system) Pin
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Peter Weyzen30-Jan-08 7:56
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I don't have an issue with MAX_PATH, I am using unicode API's with the funky \\?\ prefix. (everyone should use unicode!)

The filesystem isn't remote though. My software is running locally on the same machine where the file system is stored. It's just that the folder structure is created by a mac which is connected to my machine remotely. But, to my software, the file system is local.

If I scan the folders using FindFirstFile I don't get the artifact. The file paths coming back from ReadDirectoryChangesW include it.

I cannot use any sort of GetShortFileName(), GetLongFileName() function -- because in the case of a "delete file" notification, these functions don't work. I need a more systemic answer -- one which operates on the path not on the file -- to deal with this.

I guess, I am going to have to implement a periodic scan to make sure that I have accurate information. But mostly, I am trying to figure out what that mysterious artifact is, in the path that I get back from ReadDirectoryChangesW().

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