It's normal behaviour, these are not temporary files but templates
"compiled" php code - think of them as binaries. Or cache. This way
the template needn't to be parsed every time the page is visited but
only when the template itself changes. So in short: don't worry about
them and delete them only if you need disk space.

On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 8:47 PM, Krzysztof Zaleski <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
> I just noticed that my PHPTAL does not delete temporary files. Neither from
> originaly defined /tmp nor from my own temporary directory which I define
> with PHPTAL_PHP_CODE_DESTINATION. I set 0777 permission to tmp directory and
> every time I generate a page, temporary files tpl_... stay there forever.
> The page is generated without any errors. Does anyone know what can cause
> such behaviour?

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