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Old 2019-05-13, 14:48   #12
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Thanks Aaron, much appreciated.

Small request: if possible, could you use .xz instead of .7z when creating such archives? 7zip will create .xz just as easily, and it's the same compression in a different container, but .xz is more widely supported than .7z on non-Windows.
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Old 2019-05-13, 17:45   #13
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Thanks Aaron, much appreciated.

Small request: if possible, could you use .xz instead of .7z when creating such archives? 7zip will create .xz just as easily, and it's the same compression in a different container, but .xz is more widely supported than .7z on non-Windows.
Oh, I think you asked me that before and I forgot.

I'll try to remember for next time (or someone please remind me)
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Old 2019-05-13, 19:12   #14
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Oh, I think you asked me that before and I forgot.

I'll try to remember for next time (or someone please remind me)
Or, keep doing .7z, my Windows doesn't like xz or txz as well, has to be coaxed a bit more for those.

Thanks for the PRP data export. A dash of perl after residue-sort in OpenOffice yielded:
1 header record
9945 exponent records
0 residue-64s shared among multiple exponents (no duplication of res64 values; duplication would be very highly unlikely by random chance in such a small sample sprinkled over a 264 res64 space, so if duplication occurred, it would be indicative of some sort of errors)

Inspection of the low and high end showed no special or suspicious residues, just as you'd expect if the Gerbicz error check was working well.

State indicators found are as follows
R Reliable (does that mean it's Gerbicz check approved, but not yet verified?)
S (suspect?)
U Unverified
V Verified
Perl counted 7111 reliable, 3 s, 1878 unverified, 953 verified, total 9945.

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Old 2019-05-13, 19:16   #15
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Or, keep doing .7z, my Windows doesn't like xz or txz as well, has to be coaxed a bit more for those.
7-zip and WinRAR open both quite readily, not sure what "coaxing" you're referring to?
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7-zip and WinRAR open both quite readily, not sure what "coaxing" you're referring to?
Double click a txz here; IZArc launches and responds "Unsupported archive type".
Right click same file, select 7zip instead, select open archive. More clicks and mouse moves, every time. I suppose I could look into changing file associations.

Three executables in the 7zip folder.
7zip GUI association: "Unsupported command" error.
7zip File Manager: desired result.
7zip console: not tried.

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State indicators found are as follows
R Reliable (does that mean it's Gerbicz check approved, but not yet verified?)
S (suspect?)
U Unverified
V Verified
Correct... "Reliable" means it used the Gerbicz method, and "S" does mean suspect (typically meaning non-repeatable errors during the run). Besides the "Reliable" coding, the others are the same as for the LL data.
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