Hi, I think the subject says it all, really.  I'm trying to debug a script
(I think I'd call it a script as it is replacing a bash script), and if I
give -d as an argument to the script, then I'd like the tempfile not to be
deleted on exit.  Will I have to override the close method in tmpfile, or
is there an easier way, please?

Thanks
Graham Nicholls
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