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Comment:Fix a typo in the file format documentation.
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User & Date: drh 2010-10-19 17:57:01
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2010-10-19
20:27
Automatically generate delta-manifests on check-in if the delta-manifest is smaller than 1/125th of the baseline-manifest. check-in: 9ea47d49 user: drh tags: experimental
17:57
Fix a typo in the file format documentation. check-in: 0f3086be user: drh tags: experimental
17:54
Two new settings: "manifest" and "repo-cksum". The first enables the output of the manifest and manifest.uuid files on each checkout. This is now off by default. The second enables repository checksums. It defaults on. check-in: 2f3b9bd3 user: drh tags: experimental
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but is optional for delta manifests.  When the second argument to the
F-card is omitted, it means that the file has been deleted relative
to the baseline.  The optional 3rd argument defines any special access 
permissions associated with the file.  The only special code currently
defined is "x" which means that the file is executable.  All files are
always readable and writable.  This can be expressed by "w" permission
if desired but is optional.  The file format might be extended with
no permission letters in the future.
The optional 4th argument is the name of the same file as it existed in
the parent check-in.  If the name of the file is unchanged from its
parent, then the 4th argument is omitted.

A manifest has zero or one P-cards.  Most manifests have one P-card.
The P-card has a varying number of arguments that
defines other manifests from which the current manifest







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but is optional for delta manifests.  When the second argument to the
F-card is omitted, it means that the file has been deleted relative
to the baseline.  The optional 3rd argument defines any special access 
permissions associated with the file.  The only special code currently
defined is "x" which means that the file is executable.  All files are
always readable and writable.  This can be expressed by "w" permission
if desired but is optional.  The file format might be extended with
new permission letters in the future.
The optional 4th argument is the name of the same file as it existed in
the parent check-in.  If the name of the file is unchanged from its
parent, then the 4th argument is omitted.

A manifest has zero or one P-cards.  Most manifests have one P-card.
The P-card has a varying number of arguments that
defines other manifests from which the current manifest