Or if you're not inclined to read the source, you can examine the match tree:
I personally believe that this would indeed better be the case. Actually, I have eventually obtained an account on feather courtesy of Juerd and I wanted to experiment there. But I'm stuck again: what package is the STD5_dump_match script supposed to be part of, and where can I find it to the point of trying it myself? I presume that it's pugs. But then I expected to find it somewhere in ~audreyt/pugs given that the pugs executable itself on that machine is a link into that directory - however that doesn't seem to be the case. Or it may be a matter of permissions; whatever: any idea?
Sorry for being so dumb: if nothing else I hope this may help some other people out there!
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