I have a created an executable Perl script, starting with
and have called it
t. So when I launch
./t on the Terminal the script is executed and everything is fine.
But apparently some hidden daemon in my computer does not like this, and after a few minutes of existence under the name
t, the file's name is automatically changed into
I find this unacceptable. Don't I have the right to name files as I want on my machine? It is not a system file, just a personal script in my
home directory. How can I avoid this intrusion of Apple into the private life of my files?