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AUX (RE: Sparse file criteria malfunction - binutils produces sparse .exe & .dll files)

> From: []On Behalf
> Of Igor Pechtchanski
> Sent: Thursday, June 05, 2003 6:41 PM

>    support "aux" as the filename, or support '\' in filenames?  The

 It isn't just "AUX"...

$ echo > TEST
bash: No such file or directory

$ echo >LPT TEST

$ echo >CON TEST
     15 [main] bash 1780 fhandler_base::dup: dup(/home/Hannu/CON) failed,
handle 1B, Win32 error 87
bash: CON: Invalid argument

$ echo > TEST
8051785 [main] bash 1780 fhandler_base::dup: dup(/home/Hannu/
failed, handle 1F, Win32 error 87
bash: Invalid argument

 I'm about to move my 'Amiga' over to the PC and try WinUAE.
The above (AUX) appeared during the move.

/Hannu E K Nevalainen, 59~14'N, 17~12'E
 ~ <=> degree

 One form of driver loading on the Amiga is done with simple text files
containing settings in a specific directory (SYS:DOSDrivers/).
 Here we have a device, by default, named AUX i.e. a file named AUX. For
this file to be visible with an icon on the desktop (Workbench) among other
things, there must be an Which in turn contains the icon image and
"TOOLTYPES" i.e. settings that are local for that Tool or Project. [These
can be compared with project/tool-local env-variables]


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