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bug #12566: tla tree-lint report false "These explicit ids have no corresponding file"

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Submitted on:  Tue Apr 5 14:42:24 2005  
Category: tlaSeverity: 3 - Normal
Item Group: bugStatus: None
Privacy: PublicOpen/Closed: Open
Release: 1.3 and 1.3.1-fix-1
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Sat May 3 09:48:45 2008, comment #3:

The 1.2 version used was the "tla-1.2-4 from regexps.com". This version do not have this bug. xenical, levitra,
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Tue Apr 5 18:40:50 2005, comment #2:

Not actually a bug, but rather a change in the way tla
identifies files in the {arch} directory. See:


BTW, posting here is hopeless. The way to report bugs is now to send a mail with [BUG] in the subject to the dev mailing list, and to pray for Tom to read it.

Matthieu Moy <moy>
Tue Apr 5 18:06:29 2005, comment #1:

The 1.2 version used was the "tla-1.2-4 from regexps.com". This version do not have this bug.

The 1.2.1 version available from the gnu ftp server has the bug.

Tue Apr 5 14:42:24 2005, original submission:

% tla register-archive http://dev.m4x.org/arch
% tla get opensource@polytechnique.org--2005/platal--mainline platal
% tla tree-lint
These explicit ids have no corresponding file:


But these files exist !
This archive was created and used with tla 1.2. When I try to use tla 1.3 on this archive I saw this bug. This bug doesn't exist with tla 1.2.



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