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From Marshall Pierce <>
Subject Overriding a bad checksum
Date Thu, 15 May 2008 18:14:48 GMT
A handful of packages I'm trying to use have invalid md5 checksums on, e.g.:

[ivy:resolve] 	problem while downloading module descriptor:

invalid md5: expected=\7986af8834017fafae425331b9d2dc6f 
computed=7986af8834017fafae425331b9d2dc6f (799ms)

When I check the .md5 file 

sure enough, there is a spurious \ at the beginning. Clearly, the file 
is actually valid, since the computed md5 would be the same as the 
expected md5 if it didn't have the \ in front. How can I get the 
resolver to ignore the "bad" md5?

Marshall Pierce

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