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Re: [StrongED] Transient 2.08b available



In message <mpro.n9m5yc00780290mh8.pittdj@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
          David Pitt <pittdj@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Fred Graute, on 26 Jul, wrote:
>
> > Hi All,
> >
> > Transient 2.08b (test) is now available for download from:
> > http://www.stronged.iconbar.com/archives/misc/tr208b.zip
>
> [snip]
>
> Found a little snag.
>
> Take two convenient files, ReadMe & ReadMe1st, and delete both.
>
> The RestoreInfo file is correctly set :-
>
> Default.2014/08/01.ReadMe	HostFS::HardDisc4.$.Temp.ReadMe
> 2014/08/01?-?06:25:26
> Default.2014/08/01.ReadMe1st	HostFS::HardDisc4.$.Temp.ReadMe1st
> 2014/08/01?-?06:25:26
>
> ReadMe1st restores correctly.
>
> But attempting to restore ReadMe results in :-
>
>  Object Restore Information
>  Local path      Default.2014/08/01.ReadMe
>  Original path   HostFS::HardDisc4.$.Temp.ReadMe1st
>
> The file restored is ReadMe but it is now named ReadMe1st.

It looks like removing the restore info for ReadMe1st is going wrong. It
seems to be removing the original path and deletion date for ReadMe
along with the local path for ReadMe1st.

Is this reproducible? If so, could you please try deleting ReadMe and
ReadMe1st with a small delay inbetween so that they have different
deletion dates. After restoring ReadMe1st, does ReadMe now have the
deletion date for ReadMe1st? That would confirm the above hypothesis.

How are you restoring ReadMe1st? By dragging from the temporary
directory, or by using iconbar menu -> Restoration? It probably won't
make any difference but it would be useful to know if both method have
this problem.

So far I've been unable to reproduce this myself but I'll keep looking.
Thanks for reporting the problem.

Cheers,
Fred.

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