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Fixed TCC seems to dislike the P and U attributes.

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TCMD/TCC 23.00.26 freshly installed here. CHCP1252 active.

TCC 23.00.26 x64 Windows 10 [Version 10.0.16299.547]
TCC Build 26 Windows 10 Build 16299



I was doing stuff with a(n also) fresh reinstall of Eclipse. I executed a DIR command on TCC (stand-alone), and it hung up on me while trying to display the C:\eclipse directory.


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I first thought this would be an issue with Unicode, so I changed the CHCP to 65001. Same problem (albeit differently displayed):

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I isolated the problem to, indeed, trying to display that line (for this test, I first executed unalias * and prompt $p$g first):

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All this time I had been using TCC stand-alone, so I went to see what happened if running TCC under TCMD:

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The File Explorer view, however, CAN display the directory, and shows it as having both P and U attributes on.

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It seems that all subdirectories under C:\eclipse have the DPU attributes on, and I don't know why would that be (for now).

I'm going to reboot now, to see what happens.
 
Rebooted. Restarted Eclipse. Everhything seems to be working (except for TCC trying to display any directory with DPU attributes, whether running standalone or within TCMD).

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