Another intermediate checkin now that *FileInfo works. I believe this means...
Another intermediate checkin now that *FileInfo works. I believe this means that nearly all the core functionality is in place for long filename support. Detail: According to Microsoft's documentation, several of the file lookup type transactions return the file information in a common format buffer. However, what the docs fail to mention, is that in *some* of those commands, the time & date fields are reversed. FindFirst2/FindNext2 return "date, time, ...". QPathInformation returns "time, date, ..." Grrr. There remains a problem with occasional "server error" results from some requests. The reason for these is unknown ... the documentation is unhelpful, describing this as "non-specific error code". Simply repeating the command often results in success, sometimes it has to be repeated a few times. Also fixed filename mapping which caused any 'x' characters at the remote server end to be mapped to 'c' at the RISC OS end(!) This didn't affect it before because servers wouldn't return the old module any filenames which contained lower case letters (LanManFS used to make the characters lower-case itself if the appropriate name style mode was set). Admin: Tested - still seems to work. Filename completion from LineEditor works nicely. I can open and close files, and read data from them (*Dump used to test this). *Cat, *Ex and *FileInfo all work. *Dir works. Filename character translations to and from RISC OS format need to be verified. The translation table DOS->RISC OS has been ripped out of the NFS module so should be pretty accurate. The reverse mapping has not. Version 1.87, 22.214.171.124.2.3. Tagged as 'LanManFS-1_87-1_1_1_1_2_3'
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