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Re: How to handle broken tars ?

by Stevie-O (Friar)
on May 21, 2004 at 15:13 UTC ( #355298=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to How to handle broken tars ?

I think the best method is to have people upload to one directory, and when the upload completes, move the tar to another directory. I believe PAUSE/CPAN does something like this, so maybe you can find out how they do it

$"=$,,$_=q>|\p4<6 8p<M/_|<('=> .q>.<4-KI<l|2$<6%s!<qn#F<>;$, .=pack'N*',"@{[unpack'C*',$_] }"for split/</;$_=$,,y[A-Z a-z] {}cd;print lc

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Re: Re: How to handle broken tars ?
by SpaceCake (Initiate) on May 21, 2004 at 15:41 UTC
    nope, can't do it like that. client software is automatic and not reachable to my person. :(

        I did not see your post in time.

        I was also searching in Arch::Tar for testing the archive , but no success unfortunatly. I wish my perl knowlege was higher at the moment :(

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