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QB64/internal/temp/undo2.bin
« on: April 05, 2013, 05:18:19 AM »
 Last night , I was just looking at some things, and I am wondering about this "undo2.bin",
 Based on the content and also the name, I guess it is for, "undo", when editing, 
  My question is, is there a "limit" to how how big this file would get,  at this point in my "folder" it is up to 94 mb,  and if I delete the content,...but don't remove the file it self,
How would that effect how qb64 runs, ? the only time I ever use "undo" is imediately after , and if perhaps I make a mistake, so  I don't see any reason in keeping  data, on stuff that  goes way back,
from what I could see there is still "data", on programs I was editing, or working on, that I deffinatley will not be needing anymore,..
  At what point dose this file start "refreshing" it self, if it dose,? 

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Re: QB64/internal/temp/undo2.bin
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2013, 05:51:35 AM »
There should be an option in the options menu to set the maximum size.

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Re: QB64/internal/temp/undo2.bin
« Reply #2 on: April 05, 2013, 03:01:49 PM »
Ok , thanks, I will look at that,
 Then like wise, at least I assume, if I look thru it, and don't see anything I need, it won't hurt anything to remove the old content,..
from Garry
Edited:, Ok, I see that, after all this time,and I had never noticed it!... I reset it, and no need to remove anything, it "cleaned" it's self,..
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