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Re: modify dump

From: Niko Sams <ns_at_vivid-planet.com>
Date: 2006-11-01 12:17:10 CET

> I think the Checksum is per file, correct? How many copies of that file do
> you have in the repository? If only a few, it might not be difficult to
> recompute the hashes per file.
1635 different revisions are in the repository :D
Too much to do it manually.

> Also some people mentioned that you can just zero out or delete the
> Checksum.
> Also people mentioned that the length of the file changes with your
> modifications. Perhaps you can replace the sensitive data with data of the
> same size? Add some comments or something.
that would be easier, yes

> And lastly, how sensitive is the data? If its a pasword or something,
> perhaps its easier to just change the pasword?
yep, its a password.
the problem is that we can't change it ourselves :(
But I will try to request a new one - I thought removing it from the
svn-history is a simpler job...

niko sams

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