interval

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open interval, closed interval, half-open interval, right half-open interval, left-half-open interval, segment
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Interval entry

Apparently all the files attached to this entry were deleted. Can anyone explain? Just a bad link somewhere due to the server move?

Cam

Re: Interval entry

I don't think the files are deleted.
The aux.planetmath server just seems to be down.

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losing all your files (was: Interval entry)

mathcam wrote:

> Apparently all the files attached to this
> entry were deleted. Can anyone explain?

This happened to me with the Cantor set article. I now make sure I have saved copies of any attached files before I edit an article. The files are completely gone - they are not on aux.planetmath.org. The snapshots don't contain attached files (Why not?!?), so I haven't been able to recover them.

Snapshots don't contain attached files?

> mathcam wrote:
>
> > Apparently all the files attached to this
> > entry were deleted. Can anyone explain?
> > Just a bad link somewhere due to the server move?
>
> This happened to me with the Cantor set article. I now make
> sure I have saved copies of any attached files before I edit
> an article. The files are completely gone - they are not on
> aux.planetmath.org. The snapshots don't contain attached
> files (Why not?!?), so I haven't been able to recover them.

that's bogus

Re: Interval entry

So what's the solution here? The article won't render unless I either

1) Get the pictures back.
2) Delete the code for the pictures in the article.

I'd obviously prefer the first option. Steve, do you still have the link to those files somewhere?

Cam

Re: Interval entry

I re-uploaded the files and the metapost source.
Now it renders.