Ok, thinking about it took way longer than actually doing it. Fresh copy uploaded and all has opened without any whinging.
Even still, it would be nice to know why this happened and how frequently it might recur...
Repeatability achieved. After another chunk of work followed by the same process, got the same results.
Primary concern then is to ensure that the file doesn't have muck that'll get carried forward. Any 'audit' tools out there for tracking down theoretical 'hard links'?
The OS has tools to track down hard links and list them. Are you on OSX or Windows?
10.9.1 (osx) sorry about the tardy response - diff time zone
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ls and find commands do it.
Downloading files should not need to keep hard link. the server forgot to delete temp file ?
Dare I say it, but Linux Commando wouldn't have been my 'guide of choice'
Hopefully we'll find out more about the alternatives later on in the next day or two,
Here is apple's document
(I bookmarked this since using 10.8 myself)
but there are too many commands, so ls nor find is not documented.
We can read online manual typing on Terminal
but I feel getting answer from these manual is a bit difficult.