On Thu, May 02, 2002 at 05:49:22PM -0500, David W. Tamkin wrote:
Tried that too, thanks. Updating the access or mod time of the file wouldn't
cause a problem, but unfortunately on the system in question touch -c always
returns success whether the file exists or not.
Interesting. What system are you doing this on? touch -c nonexistant-filename
on both Linux and Solaris return a non-zero exit status. Only other system I
have available to me to test is Irix, which is powered down right now.
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