[Remind-Fans] tkremind kills symlinks

David F. Skoll dfs at roaringpenguin.com
Tue Jun 22 22:40:02 EDT 2010

David A. De Graaf wrote:

> The symlink is destroyed when, and only when, an existing reminder
> is deleted!  With or without the fix.

Yep.  When you delete a reminder, tkremind creates a temporary file
called ~/.reminders.xxx and then renames it.

Bottom line: Don't use a symlink.  If you must use a symlink,
make ~/.reminders a *directory* rather than a file and keep your
actual reminders in ~/.reminders/100-tkremind.rem



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