[tex-live] I am very angry now.
yuleopen at gmail.com
Thu Jan 15 01:27:21 CET 2009
> Ahhh... interesting, sooooo
> del /s /q "\README.*"
> does remove all files named README.* in ALL(!!!!!!) directories. That is
> really funny ...
I think you are right. see the screenshot.
It is easy to reproduce the problem on my machine.
but I have no idea whether it is the same on other windows user's machine.
> But that also means that it never tried to remove your music, only the
> readme.txt files ;-) Fine.
when I use cdda2wav->lame to convert CD image to mp3 files, I always
record the title/author/pianist/director/orchestra/blablabla into
I will try to write the missing readme.txt this evening.
>> (It also remove some specific files like release notes/licence
>> (perhaps)... but I do not see that clearly since the terminal flashes
>> so fast.)
> If that is really the reason that it would have tried
> in all direcories of your hard drive.
It seems reasonable.
> Ahemmm, is W32 really that stupid???
In fact I (as a end user, not software deverloper) think w32 is a
great platform, as long as we do not run it as a server....
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