Re: Get netrw to ignore executability of file
- Christian Brabandt wrote:
> On windows, there is no executable bit and is actually not needed,However, under cygwin, under windows, plus NTFS, there is an executable
> because only certain file types are executable. So in principle is
> should be possible to simply highlight .exe .bat .cmd .com files as
> executable on Windows. regards, Christian
bit and it does affect whether cygwin may try to execute that file or
not (especially scripts). There's also ACLs, which may also cause files
to be considered executable. Again, see (using cygwin)\:
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