According to the reporter of Debian bug #304158, doing
an 'ifp get this_file_does_not_exist' will result in a
0 byte file on the local drive (I can't verify this
right now, because I left my iFP in another state).
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I fixed this bug in CVS version($Id: ifp_routines.c,v 1.54).
But, this version is dirty. We should fix in this weekend.
I released ifp-line-0.2.4.6, it include bugfix.
I close this bug.