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>>>>> "cb" == cb921 <email@example.com>
>>>>> wrote the following on Fri, 18 Jan 2002 12:57:06 +0200
>> What do you think the right answer would be? Catch all IOErrors
>> that come from reading ordinary files in the source directory,
>> and just skip those with errors (with logging as you suggested)?
cb> It's ugly, I can't think of a better solution, but I'd rather
cb> skip a file than skip the rest of the directory tree.
cb> I can think of waiting for the file to become available, but
cb> that may never happen, and it's ugly. I can think also of
cb> storing a list of unretrievable filenames, and retrying them
cb> once after the rest of the tree has been copied, but that feels
cb> very dirty.
Ok then, I added this to my TODO list... I'll try to put it in the
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