I seem to get a lot of tempCsd****.csd in my project dir, one for each
render. Mostly they are removed upon exit, but sometimes not. Is it
possible to either not get them, or tell blue to put tmp stuff in /tmp/
(where I like my tmp stuff)?
I should mention that I compiled blue from cvs, maybe I need to add a
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From: Steven Yi <stevenyi@gm...> - 2008-01-11 14:36:35
The tempCSD files are done in the same directory as the blue project
file so that file paths can be resolved correctly for the project
(otherwise they'd be resolved relative from the /tmp directory).
tempCSD files should always be removed unless the java process for
blue is forcibly terminated. In that case, the temp file will stick
around, but this is not something that I'm deleting manually but am
using the temp file feature of Java, which I believe uses the same
temp file feature you would use in C.
One possible feature would be adding a flag to not use persistent temp
files and to delete them after every run instead of letting java
delete them. This is actually the way it used to be maybe 4 years ago
but a feature was requested to keep the CSD files until the program
exited in case of a crash of the computer or java so that one could
view the last csd generated before the crash. If making that a flag
is of interest, please put in a request on the tracker.
On Jan 11, 2008 1:57 AM, Atte Andr=E9 Jensen <atte.jensen@...> wrote:
> I seem to get a lot of tempCsd****.csd in my project dir, one for each
> render. Mostly they are removed upon exit, but sometimes not. Is it
> possible to either not get them, or tell blue to put tmp stuff in /tmp/
> (where I like my tmp stuff)?
> I should mention that I compiled blue from cvs, maybe I need to add a
> build option...
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