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Properly handle failure to update times #89

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lutzky commented Jan 4, 2014

Linux won't allow utime() to be called on a file that's not owned by
the current user (even if it is writable by him). This causes a problem
for people running their torrent software as one user, but tvnamer as
another.

See http://dbr.lighthouseapp.com/projects/36049/tickets/130-After-Recent-tvnamer-Update for an example.

Properly handle failure to update times
Linux won't allow utime() to be called on a file that's not *owned* by
the current user (even if it is writable by him). This causes a problem
for people running their torrent software as one user, but tvnamer as
another.

dbr added a commit that referenced this pull request Jan 5, 2014

Merge pull request #89 from lutzky/master
Properly handle failure to update times

@dbr dbr merged commit 6fcde74 into dbr:master Jan 5, 2014

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dbr commented Jan 5, 2014

Merged for both branches - thank you!

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