|Shell.mkdir on OSX||Sean McLaughlin||7/16/12 7:47 AM|
Shell.mkdir ~perm:0o777 "foo"
/bin/mkdir --mode 777 foo
--mode is not an option on OSX. -m works on both. Should we
1) change the flag (which could lead to many such changes)
2) do conditional directives as in other os-dependent modules
3) Assume Shell only works on Linux and write our own OSX Shell module?
|Re: Shell.mkdir on OSX||Sean McLaughlin||7/16/12 7:49 AM|
Another option is to use gmkdir on OSX, from the gnu-coreutils
package, but that's another conditional.
|Re: Shell.mkdir on OSX||Yaron Minsky||7/16/12 2:54 PM|
-m seems like the better solution. I'll get a quick patch to that
effect into our current tree.