Author ethan.furman
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Date 2014-05-02.15:53:16
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Adam Polkasnik said:
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> Extraction works fine, the issue was that raise() was creating an exception, and
> stopping the whole extraction process.

That doesn't make sense.  If an exception was "stopping the whole extraction process" then extraction was not working fine.

Questions:

  - Are the names with '\' in them in the central directory, or the per-file header?

  - If in the central directory (which is the name we are going to use, yes?) how do
    we tell if the '\' should be a '/' or an escape? (such as '\t')
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