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Indexing v:\????

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I haven't seen "Indexing ..." in 10+ years. Yet this command triggered something.

Code:
v:\> unzip /d %foo "%xdir" *
=> V:\sysutils UNZIPPED\sysutils.txt
=> V:\sysutils UNZIPPED\os.txt
=> V:\sysutils UNZIPPED\sysutils.dll
Indexing V:\

What happened?
 
On Wed, 02 Mar 2011 15:09:02 -0500, rconn <> wrote:

|---Quote (Originally by vefatica)---
|I haven't seen "Indexing ..." in 10+ years. Yet this command triggered something.
|
|
|Code:
|---------
|v:\> unzip /d %foo "%xdir" *
|=> V:\sysutils UNZIPPED\sysutils.txt
|=> V:\sysutils UNZIPPED\os.txt
|=> V:\sysutils UNZIPPED\sysutils.dll
|Indexing V:\
|---------
|
|What happened?
|---End Quote---
|
|You'll get that when a new directory tree is created. (And have for 15+ years.)

I haven't seen it and the directory already existed. And I have fuzzy = 0.

Code:
v:\> dir /a:d sy*

 Volume in drive V is DATA           Serial number is c007:d3e4
 Directory of  V:\sy*

2011-03-02  14:30         <DIR>    sysutils UNZIPPED
                 0 bytes in 0 files and 1 dir
     7,037,927,424 bytes free

v:\> unzip /d sysutils.zip "sysutils UNZIPPED"\
=> V:\sysutils UNZIPPED\sysutils.txt
=> V:\sysutils UNZIPPED\os.txt
=> V:\sysutils UNZIPPED\sysutils.dll
Indexing V:\
 
On Wed, 02 Mar 2011 15:48:19 -0500, vefatica <> wrote:

|On Wed, 02 Mar 2011 15:09:02 -0500, rconn <> wrote:
|
||---Quote (Originally by vefatica)---
||I haven't seen "Indexing ..." in 10+ years. Yet this command triggered something.
||
||
||Code:
||---------
||v:\> unzip /d %foo "%xdir" *
||=> V:\sysutils UNZIPPED\sysutils.txt
||=> V:\sysutils UNZIPPED\os.txt
||=> V:\sysutils UNZIPPED\sysutils.dll
||Indexing V:\
||---------
||
||What happened?
||---End Quote---
||
||You'll get that when a new directory tree is created. (And have for 15+ years.)
|
|I haven't seen it and the directory already existed. And I have fuzzy = 0.

And I have no IDX files on my machine (even after the indexing mentioned by the
UNZIP command).
 
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