Mail Archives: djgpp/1992/07/28/12:03:21

Date: Tue, 28 Jul 92 17:44:28 +0200
From: <Peter DOT Rojsel AT maxlab DOT lu DOT se>
Subject: Files not written correctly.
To: djgpp AT sun DOT soe DOT clarkson DOT edu

I often compile large programs with DJGCC. I always encounter the problem 
that all output files produced by my program only contains a few (varies 
from 0 to a few hundred) bytes. They end prematurely. This is only if a 
file with the same name already exists. If all files to be written by my 
program are deleted beforehand, then everything works. This is a disaster 
if temporary files is to be used by the program and repeatedly written 
and read.
Has anyone seen this problem with DJGCC before?
Does anyone have a cure for this?
This happens only with DJGCC. When I tried with a small program and 
Mi-ft or Bo-nd compilers all worked.

Peter Rojsel
internet: Peter AT maxlab DOT lu DOT se

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