We have quite a few basic file and directory ones already. The file time stuff seems awfully complicated when you have to switch to a Julian calendar and adjust for time zones. I found one that is based on NANOSECONDS from 1601. I guess that has something to do with the Gregorian calendar.
Galleon has said that pointers will be addressed in the future. He gave a temporary solution using a C function, but I forget where I put it.
As far as setting the times, nobody suggested that they needed to do that, but if you find a way, that would be interesting. Why would you want to do that? I thought the whole idea was to keep the creation time from being manipulated. Couldn't people do harm with something like that?
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|re: Well don't give up on API calls||on Apr 29|
|Here is how it is explained in C++ (LINK)||on Apr 29|
|*time zones(url)||on Apr 29|
|M$ could have saved us a lot of bother||on Apr 29|
|* It's 2038 actually (for all non-Windows operating systems that are 32-bit).||anonymous on May 2|