Re: Damaged Mathematic Systems Files, and Deleting Mathematica Caches?
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- From: dreissBLOOP at bloop.earthlink.net (David Reiss)
- Date: Sat, 14 Nov 1998 03:08:07 -0500
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In article <72e2gv$ohi at smc.vnet.net>, siegman at ee.stanford.edu (AES)
> Running Mathematica 3.0 on a Power Mac 8600 OS 8.1, I occasionally get
> messages during operation saying that the file
> "UnicodeShiftJISFontMapping.tr", buried deep in Mathematica:System
> Files:Front End:Text Resources:, "could not be opened". Operation then
> continues OK.
> I suppose that I could reinstall this one file, but I note that it (and
> a lot of other Mathematica files) seem to be duplicated as .pbf in
> "Cache" folders inside the main Mathematica folder. Are these Cache
> files critical? Could they be corrupt? Could deleting the Cache files
> (a) free up any HD space, (b) force them to be regenerated?
This happens to me at some point in essentially every session on my
powerbook 1400 running version 3.0.1. I have meant to query WRI
support on this for a while. As in your case, there never seems to be
any associated follow-on problems to this message (it appears in a
dialog box, not in the messages output). Would a knowledgeable person
at WRI like to comment on this?
dreissBLOOP at bloop.earthlink.net
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