Saith Lorenzo Viali:
> There are three problems:
> 1. Sometimes when I access a zip file, then delete it
> and create a new one with the same name as of that
> deleted, old files that have been deleted still appear
> in the new zip, although I have not given `zip'
> options to include them...
That'd be a VFS 'feature'. I reckon it builds a copy of an archive's
directory structure in temp. file space and hands you that to navigate
within the archive. It deletes the temp. structure after a while of
non-use or on exit.
> 2. When I (re)compile a program, `mc' seems to execute
> the previous version of the executable, because when I
> execute the newer version via `gdb', it runs
I know that some shells cache paths to accesssed files. bash has an
incantation to clear this cache (hash -r). Dunno if it helps *your*
particular case, but since bash is prone to Rama-wails if you move an
exe you have already used, it's a nice one to know. It might also be
that your brand-spanking-new exe isn't in the search path, or comes
*after* the old version. In those cases it's either 'type the full path
to the exe' or muck about with $PATH. Millennium hand and shrimp.
Reynir H. Stefánsson ([email protected])
So how am I here now? Well, about one month ago my seventeen-
year-old self would have stumbled upon the buried ruins of an ancient
culture that died off long ago. Then through extraordinary circumstances
involving not one but three power lines, a tanker truck filled with
goats' milk, one small but powerful explosive, and a very large bag full
of feminine undergarments, I wound up four thousand years in the past.
And I who never believed people when they said there was power in goats'
("Quid Olim Erat Et Est Iterum" by Prospero Hibiki)
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