1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 25, 2009 4:06 PM by 807588

    java java.nio.FloatBuffer

      I am using FloatBuffer to write some data to a memory mapped file however for some reasons it is not updating the timestamps of the binary files on disk whenever I write. They always have the same time stamp when they were first created.

      ANyone familiar with this and knows how to have them update timestamp whenever they get updated?

        • 1. Re: java java.nio.FloatBuffer
          How are you flushing the file to disk?
          You may find you have to close the file to update the modified time.

          This sounds like you are trying to communicate between two programs. Using a file to do this is a rather unreliable way of doing this.