Just posting a small bug, hope I don't get shot..
If you point one of your sources to a directory that's on the local filesystem, and said directory has 1 (or more) symlinks, it will cause funky behaviour in XBMC. The symlinks won't display, but also, the directories/files within the said directory with symlinks won't display (or only certain, random ones) will display.
moving all the symlinks out of said directory returns the normal behaviour.
Symlinks on local filesystem
Joined: Feb 2004
2007-11-16 04:36 Post: #1
Joined: Oct 2003
2007-11-16 05:22 Post: #2
Thanks for the report - if you want to have a go at fixing it, check CHDDirectory.cpp and the support files for the win32 wrapping routines (findfirstfile et al)
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