Re: mc Digest, Vol 112, Issue 9

That could be interesting.
I've got a script to:
 F[ind & show recent references to (one arg) string
cat ~/.mc/filepos  | grep $1
cat ~/.mc/history  | grep $1
cat ~/.bash_history  | grep $1

exit 0
So when you've got a dozen mc open for the week, and you need to find
that file that you processed last week about "catfish", you just `F1
'cos it may have been UPPERCASE.

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Date: Sat, 17 Aug 2013 08:38:46 +0200
From: Konrad Vrba <konrad vrba gmail com>
To: mc gnome org
Subject: $HOME/.cache/mc/Tree
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Dear list,

I am wondering what is the purpose of the file $HOME/.cache/mc/Tree and why
this file gets modified every time I run mc, even though the content stays
still the same:

$ cat ~/.cache/mc/Tree
Midnight Commander TreeStore v 2.0

Is it possible to prevent this file from being modified each time I run mc

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