Yes, that's annoying but an advanced user can use the command line:Code: [Select]echo > .development
echo > .development
copy NUL .development
That creates a file containing the line "ECHO is on." At least on Win7, to create a blank file I use
Calling a file ".development" is pretty stupid though.
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