|> And how unfortunate, too.
Thankfully I don't have the requirement for an "atomic deletion" of the file, because
- I'm locking a semaphore file
- the target files have unique names
- their content is not security relevant
- it's basically logging for observing state and retrieving errors
But I'm trying to build my solution as OS agnostic as possible.
I will let you know if I find something for "atomic deletion" on Win.°
°) though a use case might help to wrap my head around it. And Win has symlinks now...
> I guess I'm happy with the devil I know (Linux).
I still rather feel like a Linuxer even after 5 years in a Win project.
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