| "Tim Golden" <***@viacom-outdoor.co.uk> wrote in
| message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
| >I see from another post that CreateFile cannot open your file.
| >That puts it further away from Python, although it doesn't
| >explain how some other program can see the files. Can you use
| >os.startfile (or its equivalent win32api.ShellExecute from
| >pywin32)? Perhaps if you were to chdir to the directory in
| >question you'd be able to access the file.
| I found error in filename (extra backslash) and now I can open file.
| But another trouble appeared: I cannot listdir so long name.
| I examined posixmodule.c... There are wcsncpy with hard limit
| of MAX_PATH*2+5.
| So... RIP, my module...
Have a look at win32file.FindFilesIterator from the pywin32 extensions.
Maybe that can cope? (I haven't looked at the source).
attr, created, accessed, written, size_hi, size_lo,
) in win32file.FindFilesIterator ("c:/temp/*"):
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