Blank lines in jpstree.idx

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#1
I did "cdd /d e:", but I still had lots of entries for directories on e: in jpstree.idx. It seems there are lots of blank lines in the jpstree.idx, and "cdd /d" won't delete any of the entries that come after the first blank line. I know what btm is doing this, so should be able to come up with a simple test case, if that is required. I don't think I was having this problem with version 12.

TCC 13.00.23 Windows Vista [Version 6.0.6002]
 

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#2
I did "cdd /d e:", but I still had lots of entries for directories on e: in jpstree.idx. It seems there are lots of blank lines in the jpstree.idx, and "cdd /d" won't delete any of the entries that come after the first blank line.[Version 6.0.6002]
The fuzzy directory code is the same in v12 and v13.

TCC uses a blank line to separate drives. I can add a kludge to test for blank lines within a drive listing, but the more important issue is that your jpstree.idx got munged somehow, and you should definitely rebuild it.