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Re: pax built test tarballs

From: Rob Oxspring <roxspring_at_imapmail.org>
Date: 2004-04-03 18:34:41 CEST

It worked for me on Windows. I'm using Windows XP, Winzip 9, and
cygwin's find to run the specified command.

But isn't the expected problem a gnu vs posix tar thing? As I understood
things (very superficially) the difference only kicks in with paths over
a certain length (100 chars springs to mind) and the longest path in the
tarball is
which is 100 chars on the nose - is this path long enough to exercise
the problem?

Let me know if there's anything else you want to check,


Ben Reser wrote:

> I've built and posted new tarballs built with pax...
> http://mirror.brain.org/linux/breser/temp/subversion-1.0.1-TEST-TARBALL.tar.gz

> find subversion-1.0.1 -mtime +3650 -print

> Windows (WinZip - though I believe it still won't work, it'd be nice to
> know)

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