59540Re: windows bug: filewritable() returns 0 if we use it on the current script being read
- Nov 3, 2010On Nov 2, 7:21 am, Philippe Vaucher <philippe.vauc...@...>
> Hello,I'm pretty sure you nomally WANT to lock a file from being written,
> I think I've found a bug for vim under windows.
> Basically if inside a vim script you do
> "filewritable(expand('<sfile>'))" it returns 0 even if the file is
> I read the source and basically it boils down to that the dwShareMode
> param of CreateFile() is 0, when it should be FILE_SHARE_READ|
> hFile = CreateFileW(wn, am, 0, NULL, OPEN_EXISTING, 0, NULL);
> I'm not sure of the implications, but basically I think just changing
> the dwShareMode param to the correct value everywhere CreateFile() is
> used should fix it. Not that in certain places it's used with the
> correct flag value.
while you are executing its contents as a script. It sounds like this
is what is happening. Is there some reason you want to write the file
while executing it?
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