18-Сен-2006 15:29 [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Marton) wrote to

M> Absolutely, the function is simple... just to see if two directories that
M> should have the same contents changed. Here it goes (hope it indents well):
M> int checkdir(void) {
M>     system("dir c:\\data\\base1 >c:\\data.dir");

     This source is incomplete and contains bugs, which makes it
incompilable, but this is unimportant - now I may reproduce the bug even
without extra program:

>command/c ver
FreeCom version 0.84-pre2 XMS_Swap [Aug 28 2006 00:29:00]
>command/c dir test
TEST                     0  19.09.06  2:55
>command/c dir >test
>command/c dir test
TEST                   525  19.09.06  2:56
>command/c dir test >test
>command/c dir test
TEST                     0  19.09.06  2:56

So, something really wrong, when cmd ("dir" above) have arguments and output
is redirected.

     I will try to fix this later, when process patches, which accept Blair.

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