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Another 4NT 8.02 vs TCC 9.02 diff - MOVE command

Discussion in 'Support' started by Stephen Howe, Nov 6, 2008.

  1. Stephen Howe

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    Hi

    Has MOVE changed between 4NT 8.02 and TCC 9.02?

    For space purposes on a Network drive, I have a batch file which unzips ZIP files and re-ZIPs them using maximal compression, placing them back they started, savign a small amount of space.

    It looks like

    >>>>>>>>>
    for %a in (B2007*.Z) do (wzunzip %a C: & wzzip -ex -m C:%a C:*.* & move /Z C:%a m:)
    >>>>>>>>>

    Now this works under 4NT 8.02, it fails under TCC 9.02.
    (The original ZIP files have a Z extension and have the read-only attribute set).

    What I have determined is that the MOVE command

    MOVE /Z C:B20070101.BR2.Z M:

    is working for 4NT 8.02 but failing for TCC 9.02
    I get "Access denied". MOVE is not honoring the /Z switch
    If I remove the read-only attribute on the destination, MOVE then works for TCC 9.02.

    In constrast, 4NT 8.02 does not care if the destination file is readonly or not, /Z works (and I have verified that without /Z and with readonly attribute, 4NT 8.02 also gives "Access denied" (the right thing under these combination of circumstances)).

    Thanks

    Stephen Howe
     
  2. rconn

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    Stephen Howe wrote:


    Fixed for build 153.

    Rex Conn
    JP Software
     
  3. Steve Fabian

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    Stephen Howe wrote:
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    | Has MOVE changed between 4NT 8.02 and TCC 9.02?
    ...

    Apparently there was a problem, and within 2 hours of when you reported it
    Rex released a new build to fix it!

    Congratulations, Rex!
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    Steve
     
  4. Stephen Howe

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    Yup, pretty good Rex

    Stephen Howe :cool:
     

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