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file integrity checker reports missing emaillog.ini

The checker actually reported two files missing when I upgraded to 5.0.1:
  • exports/backup/.htaccess
  • emaillog.ini
The first of these had shown up during my original 5.0.0 installation but I'd ignored it.  But now I did a fresh auto-install from the tar file (in a separate directory) to get the missing files.  The .htaccess file showed up right where it was supposed to be, so I just copied it over to my 5.0.1 installation.  This seemed to satisfy the integrity checker.

But emaillog.ini was in lang/EN rather than in the root directory (as suggested by the report from the integrity checker).  I copied it over to the same place in my 5.0.1 installation, where there are a lot of other .ini files.  But the file integrity checker still reports the file as missing.

  • Is the file integrity checker right?  Does the file actually belong in the root directory?
  • Or is the 5.0.0 auto-install script right?  Does the file actually belong in lang/EN?

Has anybody else seen this, or similar things?  Any insight appreciated; thanks!

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This is an error in the integrity checker. We'll get that fixed in 5.0.2.

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