[Loadstone] Feature wish: automatic file deletion
arimo at iki.fi
Wed Oct 12 05:17:02 BST 2011
I mean automatic renaming of downloaded files: if i download af file
named route.lscp it will be named route.lscp on first time. Next time if
the previous file still exists new file is renamed route(1).lscp and so
The automatic deletion will occur oonly with files with specific
extension, for example .tmp or .tmp.xxxx where the xxxx is the file
magic number, lsdb, lscp and so on.
Currently i have to delete those extra files manually but for example with
calculated routes there will soon be a load of files you don't need
anymore, named only by timestamp or map coordinates.
mr. M01510 & guide Loadstone-GPS
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On Tue, 11 Oct 2011, Shawn Kirkpatrick wrote:
> What automatic renaming of downloaded files are you talking about? Loadstone
> doesn't do anything like this.
> If the importexport folder has too many files in it then just delete them. I
> don't think you'd want this to happen automatically in case the import went
> wrong in some way and the file was needed again.
> On Tue, 11 Oct 2011, Ari Moisio wrote:
>> I have been playing with downloadable point databasesn and checkpoint
>> lists. thre is however one problem: the importexport and checkpoints
>> folders are filled with files that have no use after they have been used
>> once. the automatic renaming of downloaded files makes the situation even
>> My suggestion is to adopt some naming scheme, for example extension .tmp
>> for files that can safely be deleted when LS closed (or started).
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