On Thu, 09 Jun 2011 19:46:35 -0400, rconn <> wrote:
|---Quote (Originally by vefatica)---
|What are these files, typXXXX.tmp accumulating in my temp directory?
|If I "X" the console while iterating (with DO) "TYPE file | ...", along with the other things I reported earlier (console not closing) I am likely to get another one of them.
|TCC doesn't create any files with that name. It does create a temporary file with a "typeXXX.tmp" name if you are typing an HTTP file.
Yes, that's what I was doing, TYPE http://...
The names are as I said (see below). And they often don't go away if I "X" the
console or Ctrl-C the command because it's taking too long.
And (since I'm using FOLDERMONITOR below) if the TYPE command involves a pipe
(like the one above) and it's given in the same console as the FOLDERMONITOR
command, I don't see the FOLDERMONITOR report. Is FOLDERMONITOR's output being
redirected? Compare these:
v:\> foldermonitor %temp created 5 `echo %_folderaction %_folderfile1`
v:\> type [URL='http://www.google.com']http://www.google.com[/URL]
<!doctype html><html><head> (SNIP)
v:\> type [URL='http://www.google.com']http://www.google.com[/URL] | grep doctype