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Comment:One more tweak to fileformat.wiki
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User & Date: andygoth 2016-09-27 17:23:13
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2016-09-27
17:47
Correct "From" URL in check-in MLINK table check-in: 24a0667e user: andygoth tags: trunk
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One more tweak to fileformat.wiki check-in: 731eb897 user: andygoth tags: trunk
17:19
Fix a couple tiny editorial inconsistencies in fileformat.wiki check-in: 9c2116a0 user: andygoth tags: trunk
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A cluster is an artifact that declares the existence of other artifacts.
Clusters are used during repository synchronization to help 
reduce network traffic.  As such, clusters are an optimization and
may be removed from a repository without loss or damage to the
underlying project code.

Clusters follow a syntax that is very similar to manifests.
A Cluster is a line-oriented text file.  Newline characters
(ASCII 0x0a) separate the artifact into cards.  Each card begins with a single
character "card type".  Zero or more arguments may follow
the card type.  All arguments are separated from each other
and from the card-type character by a single space
character.  There is no surplus white space between arguments
and no leading or trailing whitespace except for the newline 
character that acts as the card separator.







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A cluster is an artifact that declares the existence of other artifacts.
Clusters are used during repository synchronization to help 
reduce network traffic.  As such, clusters are an optimization and
may be removed from a repository without loss or damage to the
underlying project code.

Clusters follow a syntax that is very similar to manifests.
A cluster is a line-oriented text file.  Newline characters
(ASCII 0x0a) separate the artifact into cards.  Each card begins with a single
character "card type".  Zero or more arguments may follow
the card type.  All arguments are separated from each other
and from the card-type character by a single space
character.  There is no surplus white space between arguments
and no leading or trailing whitespace except for the newline 
character that acts as the card separator.