- wheezy 1.4.1-4
DESCRIPTION¶This function creates a file system folder whose fully qualified path is given by path. If one or more of the intermediate folders do not exist, they will be created as well.
PARAMS¶hWnd [In] . path [In] path of directory to create. sec [In] security attributes to use or NULL.
RETURNS¶ERROR_SUCCESS or one of the following values: ERROR_BAD_PATHNAME or ERROR_PATH_NOT_FOUND if the path is relative ERROR_INVALID_NAME if the path contains invalid chars ERROR_FILE_EXISTS when a file with that name exists ERROR_ALREADY_EXISTS when the directory already exists ERROR_FILENAME_EXCED_RANGE if the filename was to long to process. FIXME: Not implemented yet; SHCreateDirectoryEx also verifies that the files in the directory will be visible if the path is a network path to deal with network drivers which might have a limited but unknown maximum path length. If not: If hWnd is set to a valid window handle, a message box is displayed warning the user that the files may not be accessible. If the user chooses not to proceed, the function returns ERROR_CANCELLED. If hWnd is set to NULL, no user interface is displayed and the function returns ERROR_CANCELLED.
IMPLEMENTATION¶Declared in "shlobj.h". Implemented in "dlls/shell32/shlfileop.c". Debug channel "shell".
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