PDIR fails in 12.10.55

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#1
Before running the test below, all plugins, aliases, user defined functions, and environment variables were unloaded / deleted in both TCC versions.

I am using this command:

*pdir/(@format[-6,%%@lower[%%@ext["*"] ]] z fpn)/s/a:-d/oen *

In 12.01.44 the last few lines of the result are:

txt 3089 F:\TEMP\SCHOOL.TXT
txt 1050 F:\TEMP\SVI.TXT
txt 3390 F:\TEMP\tmobile.txt
txt 404 F:\TEMP\USDST.TXT
txt 1342 F:\TEMP\waid_dir.txt
use 551 F:\TEMP\ADM.USE
zip 30313351 F:\TEMP\nick.zip
zip 7395421 F:\TEMP\wmre.zip
zo 1584 F:\TEMP\UNI132A.zo
_cs 480 F:\TEMP\X._CS

The same using 12.10.55 is:

267714 F:\TEMP\
480 F:\TEMP\
4079 F:\TEMP\
94 F:\TEMP\
87958 F:\TEMP\
5234 F:\TEMP\
0 F:\TEMP\
18215 F:\TEMP\
213 F:\TEMP\
76 F:\TEMP\

The whole report from 12.10.55 contains no extensions in col.1, and reports only the directory instead of the full file specification of functions. The sort order in 12.10.55 seems to be based on the filename part only. Detailed comparison of the two reports indicates that the same set of file sizes is reported by both builds.

The problems is new in build 55; no such issue was detected in build 54.
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Steve
 
#3
On Sat, 19 Mar 2011 19:48:02 -0400, rconn <> wrote:

|Not reproducible here. (Nothing has changed in PDIR for 6 months.)
|
|Does this happen in all directories or only one?
|
|Anybody else able to reproduce this?

I tried, using Steve's exact command, in all my root directiries and in a number
of remote (VPN) ones. It did not fail.
 
#4
It did not fail for me, Vista x32

On Sat, Mar 19, 2011 at 16:57, vefatica <> wrote:


> On Sat, 19 Mar 2011 19:48:02 -0400, rconn <> wrote:
>
> |Not reproducible here. (Nothing has changed in PDIR for 6 months.)
> |
> |Does this happen in all directories or only one?
> |
> |Anybody else able to reproduce this?
>
> I tried, using Steve's exact command, in all my root directiries and in a
> number
> of remote (VPN) ones. It did not fail.
>
>
>
>
>


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