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Re: list proc archive

  • To: epc-l@iucr.org
  • Subject: Re: list proc archive
  • From: Brian McMahon <bm.iucr.org>
  • Date: Mon, 1 Dec 1997 15:42:40 +0000 (GMT)
  • In-Reply-To: <3482D700.4FD9@cryst.unige.ch> from "Howard Flack" at Dec 1, 97 03:26:23 pm
Howard asks:
 
> Brian, 
>   What is the trick for viewing or getting the contents of the archive.
> E.g. 
> 
>> request> index epc-l
>> 
>> Archive: epc-l (path: listproc/epc-l) -- Files:
>>   971124 (1 part, 792 bytes) -- EPC-L digest 1
>>   971126 (1 part, 28354 bytes) -- EPC-L digest 2
>>   971128 (1 part, 10137 bytes) -- EPC-L digest 3
>>   971201 (1 part, 1098 bytes) -- EPC-L digest 4
>> request> view epc-l digest 1
>> Sorry, file digest not found in specified archive.
>> request> 
>
>  I tried several variants but did not find the right one.

The correct command is 
     view      listproc/epc-l        971124
      ^              ^                 ^
      |              |                 |
  or "get" to        |                 |
  store in a file    |                 |
                     |                 |
                 the "path"         the file name

Notice that, with this setup, only digests are stored (this is something the
system manager specified when creating the list). The filename is derived
from the date of creation (there are other ways of specifying a filename).

Regards
Brian

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