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Dave Kreskowiak7-Feb-24 5:58
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trønderen wrote:
260 chars was the old DOS/FAT limit. As long as you use new Windows file system APIs that can handle longer NTFS paths, they can be up to approx. 32 Ki characters. The 260 length is not really in NTFS or Windows, but in individual programs using old APIs.

And that's why I always say the limit is 260 characters. Yes, if using the new stuff, it's 32K, but developers, all too commonly, don't use the newer API's because the code they wrote at least a decade ago never gets updated. I've seen it way too often, even today.

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