From: Web User <neuman91@re...> - 2003-08-25 23:15:13
On Sun, 24 Aug 2003 Michael S . Zick wrote :
>On Sunday 24 August 2003 04:24 am, Web User wrote:
> > On Sat, 23 Aug 2003 Michael S . Zick wrote :
>I am not, so I can't easily check what is in my system /tmp.
>Perhaps a developer will respond.
Don't worry. I think it's going to get solved.
There's nothing like being optimistic. :)
>Six random characters, content 0 - Sounds like a state marker
>being generated from something.
>Perhaps from some of the external code adopted by tiki
>if none of the developers recognize writing a: "touch
Did a little experimentation.
In my setting, 2 junk files are created for each page load.
Sometimes it is 1, as when the right menu is set as concealed.
I thought therefore perhaps it was one junk file created by the
left section and one by some module in the right section.
Negative. Even after all modules were removed from right section,
still got 2 junk files. My logic circuitry conked.
Then i thought tmpnam. But not too familiar w/ Tiki source.
So ... TIKI DEVELOPERS ...
Perhaps grepping for /tmp in the Tiki source tree might yield
# find . -name '*.php' | xargs grep -w '/tmp'
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