A wrapper for the POSIX
chmod() function. The
chmod() function is
used to set the permissions of a file system object.
On Windows the file protection mechanism is not at all POSIX-like,
and the underlying
chmod() function in the C library just sets or
clears the FAT-style READONLY attribute. It does not touch any
ACL. Software that needs to manage file permissions on Windows
exactly should use the Win32 API.
See your C library manual for more details about chmod().
Available since: 2.8
A pathname in the GLib file name encoding (UTF-8 on Windows)
The data is owned by the caller of the function. The value is a file system path, using the OS encoding.