C++ doesn't have access() function
Stephen F. Booth
me at sbooth.org
Sat Jun 11 18:41:27 CEST 2011
2011/6/11 Anton Sergunov <setosha at gmail.com>:
> C++ doesn't have access() function. It's linux specific.
I think access() is a standard POSIX function defined in unistd.h.
What OS are you using?
I did note that the man page says:
Access() is a potential security hole and should never be used.
I don't think isReadable and isWritable are really useful, and they
aren't used internally in TagLib as far as I can tell, so it might be
best to remove them.
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