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On Fri, 2011-07-22 at 12:35 -0400, Drew Jensen wrote:
On Fri, 2011-07-22 at 11:13 -0400, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions wrote:


I noticed when I uploaded the updated French dictionary files, the CMS 
browser upload system removed the "____" between the version number and 
the date.  I have to edit the file names to correct that, since the 
pages refer to the name with the underlines.  I noticed many other 
uploaded files with no "_" in the names when they originally had them.

OK - on this I have real problems with that you are doing with the file
names - you are just making extra work IMO.

I would really like to see us only use the base file name and keep only
the latest copy of the file on the CMS directory - if the file needs to
be updated then do so, replace the file with the updated file, but keep
the same name - there is no need then to update the HTML pages - going
the route of renaming files as you are doing one must always go back and
update the actual HTML also, another area of possible failure in other

Ok - one more quick note on this - there is of course the case where the
file changes versions - for instance the French dictionary you mentioned
in another email, the file name if I understand correctly, changed from
xxxx-v4.1 to xxx-4.2 (or something akin to that) and in this case then
yes I think we should add the new file, keep the new name and relink to
the file in the HTML.

Thanks again,


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