3 comments on “File Attributes in NIO.2
  1. Matej says:

    This was a very good article. Thank you!

  2. Robin Olsen says:

    Good article, helpful… but not for mac programmers as a mac system only supports ‘owner’, ‘basic’,’posix’, and a ‘unix’ – Macs do not support user defined file attributes nor acl so i am having a real hard time setting those extended file attributes (like author for example) on a mac… I can write the code to do it on a PC in my sleep…. really wish i could find a good mac example of how to do this…

    • jakub says:

      I feel your pain mate, but I have never owned a Mac, so there is no way for me to really comment or help here. Sorry.

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