#11296

Just
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Okay, as for the Unix/Linux files, they have the readable/writable/executable attributes. Files or example, when I do a listing of the files, I can see these attribute:
So, when I map a linux drive to windows and use EmEditor to edit the files, after I save the files they become ‘executable’ (see the examples below):

BEFORE ‘SAVE’ command in EmEditor:
\%> ls -al
-rw-r–r– file1.txt
-rw-r–r– file2.txt
where ‘r’ is for ‘readable’
where ‘w’ is for ‘writable’

AFTER ‘SAVE’ command in EmEditor:
\%> ls -al
-rwxr–r– file1.txt
-rwxr–r– file2.txt
where ‘x’ is for ‘executable’

So, I’d like the EmEditor WILL NOT CHANGE ATTRIBUTES of the files.

Hopefully you caught my point…

Thank you