At 08:46 AM 11/13/01 +1100, Ian Wilson wrote:
>On 02:32 PM 12/11/2001 -0500, Abd ul-Rahman Lomax said:
>>Yes, it is correctly called a "buglet." Protel commands inherently rooted 
>>in one database should never write to files in another database, even if 
>>they are open. Further, if, for some reason, the filename alone is going 
>>to be used in a process, instead of a full name including the database 
>>name, then checking should be done for the presence of duplicate files. 
>>In this case, the damage is small, removing those scribbled error markers 
>>is practically one-button. That might not be true with, for example, an 
>>update from library, where it could be disastrous.
>
>I think it is a bug.  Pure and simple.

I revise my opinion, Mr. Wilson is correct. It is a bug and has the 
potential to be disastrous.


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