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RE: Exp state on top of dead

Subject: RE: Exp state on top of dead
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2006 14:46:50 +0100

Hi Mark,

Thanks for replying.

> Given that it is possible to have more than one 'corruption' 
> in a given
> file, but that not all checks would be performed once some kind of
> corruption is detected, I am not certain how useful a keycode would
> really be.

Well, I was just thinking that it's just an indication, but I also see your
If an indication was given then iteratively one might get rid of all the
> Corruptions:

I may come back to this list with questions about these.

> A possible way to help isolate your corruptions would be to take the
> list of files that are listed as being corrupt and copy them 
> into a new
> dummy repository and then rerun the validate_repo script with 
> --verbose
> on those set of files. This would let you work on fixing 
> those files in
> isolation.

Sure - I'll work something out.  Thanks to you and everyone on this list for

Many regards,

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