On 6/2/2008 12:27:20 AM, Ted Green wrote:
>At 08:36 PM 6/1/2008, you
>>From: Ian Binnie
>>Vedit and Hardlinks
>>When vedit edits a file which is the target of a hardlink it breaks the link.
>>All the other attributes/dates are restored.
>>I believe this is because vedit creates a new output file, then deletes the original.
>>This works OK on FAT32, but not on NTFS.
>>Notepad actually edits the target of the hardlink.
>I believe that the
>invocation option will edit
>the target directly.
>Also, due to a fire at one of
>"The Planet" datacenters
>(which took out 10,000
>servers), the vedit.com
>website is currently down.
>(Actually the Name server for
>vedit.com and vedit.net was
>affected.) We will move all
>vedit related domains to our
>highly redundant SpamStopsHere
>name servers on Monday.
Thanks Ted, this seems to work.
I will certainly build into my Visual Studio startup for Vedit.
I would like to understand the syntax.
Is this a per file or global option.
It is certainly an "under-documented" option ;)
I could find no mention in the help, new-cmds.txt, whatsnew.txt or vedit60.pdf