Jim Nagel wrote:
Rob Kendrick wrote on 26 Nov:
>>> ... you should always attempt to retrieve the log file before
>>> launching NetSurf again.
>> that's exactly my point and what i was trying to do.
> Welcome to FileCore. The only way around this is to flush the log file
> after every write, but you'll hate the performance of your whole system
> if NetSurf did this.
It's just as true of any other caching filing system in the event of a
total system crash. It's just that RISC OS is alone in it's willingness
to totally crash from a simple application error.
well, IS there a way to retrieve the logfile in such a situation,
before relaunching Netsurf, when the log is not visible in its usual
No if it's not there or it is garbled, the information is lost forever.
Please can stop whatever is sending your email 3 times.
David J. Ruck
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