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  1. #1
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    Default Comparing from command line broken

    For folders

    adwi2@motoko:~/Minecraft$ bcompare Direwolf20_1_6_4/ Unleashed/
    cat: /tmp/BC3_.16831: No such file or directory

    And for files

    adwi2@motoko:~/Minecraft$ bcompare FTBLauncherLog.txt MinecraftLog.txt
    cat: /tmp/BC3_.16875: No such file or directory

  2. #2
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    Hello,

    Which Linux OS and version are you running? Is it 32bit or 64bit?

    Does calling 'bcompare' on its own launch the application for you?
    Aaron P Scooter Software

  3. #3
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    I am also able to repeat this on my build machine and will also be working to fix this one today.
    David J Scooter Software

  4. #4
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    Hi David,

    Is this issue fixed. Because I'm having the same problem.

  5. #5
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    What I believe is a fix has been placed in the repository and is in the nightly builds. If you would like to try it out send an email to support@scootersoftware.com with a link to this forum thread and our tech support folk will tell you how to get a hold of the current nightly build.
    David J Scooter Software

  6. #6
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    It's fixed in the latest nightly build from 20140128. But I still see the following message on the command line:

    cat: /tmp/BC3_.4036: No such file or directory

    This file is not available on my system, but "/tmp/BC4._4036 is available.

  7. #7
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    Well mostly fixed. Thanks for the catch. I am putting in the official fix but you can fix your local version by:

    1) open up /usr/bin/bcompare (which is a bash script) with an editor
    2) change the following lines (two lines from end)

    EXIT=`cat /tmp/BC3_.$$`
    rm -r /tmp/BC3_.$$

    to

    EXIT=`cat /tmp/BC4_.$$`
    rm -r /tmp/BC4_.$$
    David J Scooter Software

  8. #8
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    Confirm fixed in 17628

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