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  • BIRCH: Comprehensive bioinfo. system - Support tickets

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    [ Ticket #1169 ] Typing 'q' launches all BIRCH applications in succession
    Date:
    06/18/12 15:45
    Submitted by:
    B_Fristensky
    Assigned to:
    B_Fristensky
    Category:
    Unset
    Priority:
    5
    Ticket group:
    Bug
    Resolution:
    Resolved
    Summary:
    Typing 'q' launches all BIRCH applications in succession
    Original submission:
    In recent versions of BIRCH, typing the single letter 'q' at the command prompt caused ALL programs in the script directory to be launched in succession. Apparently, a file named 'q' was accidentally made, containing a list of files in the script directory. This file also had the execute permission set, meaning that it could be executed as a script itself. q has been deleted from the script directory, eliminating the problem.

    Fixed in BIRCH 2.91.

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    Ticket change history
    Field Old value Date By
    status_id Pending 06/18/12 15:45 B_Fristensky
    assigned_to unset 06/18/12 15:45 B_Fristensky
    resolution_id Unset 06/18/12 15:45 B_Fristensky
    close_date 12/31/69 19:00 06/18/12 15:45 B_Fristensky

     

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