Hello i'm baffled too (but learned new word: baffled) because i knew inode was always 0 on windows.. but effectively the version suggested by Athanasius
, ie gnuwin32
return some number while unxutils
>ls -il test.txt
0 -rw-rw-rw- 1 user group 0 Nov 13 09:57 test.tx
>C:\some_path\GnuWin32\bin\ls.exe -il test.txt
>3377699722053632 -rw-rw-rw- 1 lt 0 0 2014-11-13 09:57 test.txt
Can someone tell us if we can use reliably this inode number?
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