[tex-live] tlmgr backups listed multiple times

Norbert Preining preining at logic.at
Thu Nov 11 01:25:49 CET 2010

On Mi, 10 Nov 2010, Maxwell, Adam R wrote:
> and repeats that 4 times.  In fact, there seems to be a pattern; if N backups are available, the list of 1-N is printed N times:

Thanks ... of course I never saw that ;-)
But the code tells everything:
    my @rs = sort {$b <=> $a} (keys %revs);
    for my $rs (@rs) {
      my @rs = sort {$b <=> $a} (keys %revs);
      for my $rs (@rs) {
double for is a bit too much.

Fixed in the svn repository.

Best wishes

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