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QuestionUser privileges stopping a program from rename(,)'ing files Pin
Anthony Appleyard20-Jan-13 18:51
Anthony Appleyard20-Jan-13 18:51 
Continuation of previous thread, now that its topic has changed. With thanks for your advice, and I apologise for any misunderstandings.

I am writing a new program (named rebrmasks), using matter from a similar older program (named chekobjp_vc) that I wrote and it reached its final form in September 2009.

rebrmasks is to work on user-created character information files in my copy of the CGI package called Poser, and thus it must work on files in the C: area.

Link here to the Wikipedia page about Poser

(chekobjp_vc checks .obj file pointers. Here an .obj file is a map of vertexes and polygon faces in a CGI model. I adapted it from an older version that I wrote for my old Borland C++ 5.1 compiler.)

(rebrmasks is to add 2 more alternate-geometry links to rebreather diver CGI models' fullface masks. I have made CGI models of scuba divers and frogmen -- for free download, not for money.)

I find that rebrmasks refuses to obey the function rename(,) to rename a file :: errno says "permission denied". But chekobjp_vc, which is very similar, renames files in my C: area correctly.

When I am using Visual C++ to work on my rebrmasks program, please, is there something which I can reset to tell it to compile a program which has the privilege to move files in my C++ area?

modified 21-Jan-13 1:22am.

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QuestionA pointer reference as l-value Pin
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QuestionThe 'rename' function gives errno == -1 Pin
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