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Re: Magit reports binary files that don't exist

From: Nicolas Richard
Subject: Re: Magit reports binary files that don't exist
Date: Sat, 23 Aug 2014 22:38:40 +0200
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Thorsten Jolitz <address@hidden> writes:
> Nicolas Richard <address@hidden> writes:
>> Thorsten Jolitz <address@hidden> writes:
>>> however I (and even somebody else at that time) tried it on a certain
>>> problem and it was not reliable, only the literal NUL worked
>>> always. 
>>> There must be a thread on the Org mailing-list about this. 
>> I did not manage to find it (searched for the term "NUL" and your email
>> address on the gmane interface).
> Its this thread (you were even involved ;):

Err, that's embarassing. Thanks for finding it.

Re-reading the thread, I don't see where a difference between "\000" and
"<actual NUL>" is mentionned.

I do, however, see some confusion between "\000" (a string of one NUL
char) and "\\000" (a string of 4 chars : backslash, followed by three
0's), e.g. the regexp "^aPDU[^\\000]+[}]+?$" is mentionned (at

Perhaps that would explain the oddities ?


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