Author steve.dower
Recipients eryksun, jainankur, lazka, paul.moore, steve.dower, tim.golden, zach.ware
Date 2019-12-05.23:33:54
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> The main problem that I see here is that, in Windows (not POSIX), ntpath.ismount fails to verify that a potential mount point is an existing directory via os.stat and stat.S_ISDIR. ... This would be a breaking change, but I think it's important enough.

So essentially, you say the check should always be "ntpath.isdir(d) and ntpath.ismount(d)" (plus the non-breaking improvements to ismount)? And we should just do the isdir() inside ismount() because otherwise the result is nonsense.

I'm inclined to agree, and I'm not concerned about breaking a nonsense result. 

On the other hand, this will make ntpath.ismount meaningless on POSIX, as it will always require real access to the file system. Is it worth having a "pure" implementation for best effort in this case? Based on the splitdrive() patterns we support (plus the fixes to support them properly)?
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