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recover file

From: zionic
Subject: recover file
Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2001 12:39:23 +0200

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Please write in English, because the Emacs maintainers do not 
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In GNU Emacs 20.7.1 (i386-*-windows98.1998)
 of Tue Jun 13 2000 on buffy
configured using `configure NT'

Please describe exactly what actions triggered the bug
and the precise symptoms of the bug:

I got the message that a file I tried to recover, creature.c is not
"current". My machine crashed, and I know it is current. There was
about an hours work in that file, and when I tried to recover it, this
program even deleted the file #creature.c" when it decided it was 
current. That's not very nice.

I suppose this has to have something to do with windows not managing
it's files dates properly, but I still think this program shouldn't
just have deleted the autosave with no confirmation.

Recent input:
e s return M-x r e c o tab f i tab return g e n tab 
return y e s return M-x r e c o tab f i tab return 
h e a tab return M-x r e c o tab f i tab return s e 
r tab return y e s return M-x r e c o tab f tab SPC 
c backspace SPC c r backspace backspace return c r 
e tab c return down-mouse-1 mouse-1 down-mouse-1 mouse-1 
C-x C-f c r e tab c return down down down down down 
down menu-bar help-menu report-emacs-bug

Recent messages:
Fontifying server.c... (regexps................)
Fontifying server.c...
Fontifying server.c... (regexps................) [2 times]
Auto-save file c:\PROG\Beastkeeper\Code\#creature.c# not current
Fontifying creature.c...
Fontifying creature.c... (regexps................)
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