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Re: [ferret_users] how to handle "remove ferret.jnl* ? [Y] :" in unix? ferret v6.72

Hi Jimmy,
Removing ferret.jnl is not part of Ferret commands.  Is there a command inside your jnl file to spawn out and remove ferret.jnl? For Fpurge, if there are several files such as ferret.jnl.~1~, ferret.jnl.~2~, then from the Unix command line,

% Fpurge ferret.jnl

will delete all of the ones that have the ~ extension.


On 11/4/2011 1:15 AM, 金懐東(Jimmy Kin) wrote:
Dear all,

when I run my .jnl file in unix with "-script" to draw figs, it will show "remove ferret.jnl* ? [Y] :" every time after "LISTing to file *.cdf".
I also tried "Fpurge ferret.jnl" with my -sh file, but it didn't work.

How could I do if i don't need it showing in my command window?

Thank you in advance!

金懐東 (Jimmy Kin)
Yamaguchi Research Laboratory Master Course
Department of Ocean Technology, Policy and Environment
Graduate School of Frontier Sciences
The University of Tokyo
E-mail : jimmyandone@xxxxxxxxx 
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