$O5.1.1 – Not getting list of files using FileOps.$filelist
for what its worth, studio 5.1 uses HFS path names (ie. directories separated by a : like mac Hd:folder1:folder2)
and studio 8.1 uses posix like names (the above becomes /volumes/mac hd/folder1/folder2/)
I think in Studio 5, it might need to be ::volumes:Mac hd:folder1 ….. with two :: in front of volumes. I can’t test for you, but I seem to recall that when I use fonvertohfs path name.
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> On Nov 7, 2017, at 7:16 AM, Nigel Hughes <email@example.com> wrote:
> I’m trying to get a list of files from a mounted server using FileOps.$filelist in Studio 5.1.1 on a Mac using 10.13.1 (MacOS High Sierra)
> A previous suggestion from UK Support, to pre pend ‘Volumes:’ to the front of the file path, originally worked prior to 10.13.
> When trying Studio 8.1.2 to do the same thing the path uses / instead of a colon : and adding /Volumes/ to the front of the file path, Fileops works as expected. Trying that in Studio 5.1.1 makes no difference
> Has anyone any suggestions as to what to try as even a “prompt for import file” comes back with a file not found when selecting a file from the server
> Obviously something has changed in the file structure in the latest macOS which is causing the problem
> Nigel Hughes
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