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Temporary Files
Leo<HTML> uses a mechanism to write temporäry files into the memory. So it practically does not need temporary files. But for debugging purposes temporary files are still supported.

These temporary files will be written in the actual directory and not in the /tmp directory. The second point is, that the temporary files will be erased, if the compiler has finished his work.
So you'll need to set command line options to tell the application that it should use temporary files and do not erase them.

Temp Definitions:
  -ut   --use_tmp  
  -ne   --no_erase   

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