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Revision 1468, 12.2 KB checked in by lowjoel, 5 years ago (diff)

When deleting files or folders, always limit the number of tries to erase the file, and only retry if it is a sharing violation; all other errors, rethrow.

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120  <data name="Random Data" xml:space="preserve">
121    <value>Random Data</value>
122  </data>
123  <data name="Constant ({0} bytes)" xml:space="preserve">
124    <value>Constant ({0} bytes)</value>
125  </data>
126  <data name="The name of the custom method cannot be empty." xml:space="preserve">
127    <value>The name of the custom method cannot be empty.</value>
128  </data>
129  <data name="The method needs to have at least one pass defined." xml:space="preserve">
130    <value>The method needs to have at least one pass defined.</value>
131  </data>
132  <data name="The pass constant cannot be displayed as text because it contains invalid characters." xml:space="preserve">
133    <value>The pass constant cannot be displayed as text because it contains invalid characters.</value>
134  </data>
135  <data name="Eraser" xml:space="preserve">
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138  <data name="The input text is invalid for the current data type. Valid hexadecimal characters are the digits 0-9 and letters A-F" xml:space="preserve">
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141  <data name="Default Erasure Methods and PRNGs" xml:space="preserve">
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144  <data name="The Eraser Project &lt;eraser-development@lists.sourceforge.net&gt;" xml:space="preserve">
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146  </data>
147  <data name="RNGCryptoServiceProvider" xml:space="preserve">
148    <value>RNGCryptoServiceProvider</value>
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150  <data name="An invalid erasure method was selected." xml:space="preserve">
151    <value>An invalid erasure method was selected.</value>
152  </data>
153  <data name="The file {0} could not be erased because the file's permissions prevent access to the file." xml:space="preserve">
154    <value>The file {0} could not be erased because the file's permissions prevent access to the file.</value>
155  </data>
156  <data name="The file {0} is currently in use and cannot be removed." xml:space="preserve">
157    <value>The file {0} is currently in use and cannot be removed.</value>
158  </data>
159  <data name="The folder {0} cannot be deleted as it is not empty." xml:space="preserve">
160    <value>The folder {0} cannot be deleted as it is not empty.</value>
161  </data>
162  <data name="Could not erase cluster tips in {0} as the volume is not mounted." xml:space="preserve">
163    <value>Could not erase cluster tips in {0} as the volume is not mounted.</value>
164  </data>
165  <data name="{0} did not have its cluster tips erased because you do not have the required permissions to erase the file cluster tips." xml:space="preserve">
166    <value>{0} did not have its cluster tips erased because you do not have the required permissions to erase the file cluster tips.</value>
167  </data>
168  <data name="{0} did not have its cluster tips erased. The error returned was: {1}" xml:space="preserve">
169    <value>{0} did not have its cluster tips erased. The error returned was: {1}</value>
170  </data>
171  <data name="Files in {0} did not have their cluster tips erased because it is a hard link or a symbolic link." xml:space="preserve">
172    <value>Files in {0} did not have their cluster tips erased because it is a hard link or a symbolic link.</value>
173  </data>
174  <data name="{0} did not have its cluster tips erased, because it is a system file" xml:space="preserve">
175    <value>{0} did not have its cluster tips erased, because it is a system file</value>
176  </data>
177  <data name="{0} did not have its cluster tips erased because it is a hard link or a symbolic link." xml:space="preserve">
178    <value>{0} did not have its cluster tips erased because it is a hard link or a symbolic link.</value>
179  </data>
180  <data name="{0} did not have its cluster tips erased because it is compressed, encrypted or a sparse file." xml:space="preserve">
181    <value>{0} did not have its cluster tips erased because it is compressed, encrypted or a sparse file.</value>
182  </data>
183  <data name="{0} did not have its cluster tips erased because of the following error: {1}" xml:space="preserve">
184    <value>{0} did not have its cluster tips erased because of the following error: {1}</value>
185  </data>
186  <data name="The custom erasure method can only comprise passes containing constant or random passes" xml:space="preserve">
187    <value>The custom erasure method can only comprise passes containing constant or random passes</value>
188  </data>
189  <data name="US DoD 5220.22-M (8-306./E, C &amp; E)" xml:space="preserve">
190    <value>US DoD 5220.22-M (8-306./E, C &amp; E)</value>
191  </data>
192  <data name="US DoD 5220.22-M (8-306./E)" xml:space="preserve">
193    <value>US DoD 5220.22-M (8-306./E)</value>
194  </data>
195  <data name="The First/last 16KB erasure method requires another erasure method to erase the file.\n\nThis must be set in the Plugin Settings dialog." xml:space="preserve">
196    <value>The First/last 16KB erasure method requires another erasure method to erase the file.\n\nThis must be set in the Plugin Settings dialog.</value>
197  </data>
198  <data name="First/last 16KB Erasure" xml:space="preserve">
199    <value>First/last 16KB Erasure</value>
200  </data>
201  <data name="The amount of data erased should not be limited, since this is a self-limiting erasure method." xml:space="preserve">
202    <value>The amount of data erased should not be limited, since this is a self-limiting erasure method.</value>
203  </data>
204  <data name="Russian GOST P50739-95" xml:space="preserve">
205    <value>Russian GOST P50739-95</value>
206  </data>
207  <data name="Gutmann" xml:space="preserve">
208    <value>Gutmann</value>
209  </data>
210  <data name="Gutmann Lite" xml:space="preserve">
211    <value>Gutmann Lite</value>
212  </data>
213  <data name="British HMG IS5 (Baseline)" xml:space="preserve">
214    <value>British HMG IS5 (Baseline)</value>
215  </data>
216  <data name="British HMG IS5 (Enhanced)" xml:space="preserve">
217    <value>British HMG IS5 (Enhanced)</value>
218  </data>
219  <data name="Pseudorandom Data" xml:space="preserve">
220    <value>Pseudorandom Data</value>
221  </data>
222  <data name="RCMP TSSIT OPS-II" xml:space="preserve">
223    <value>RCMP TSSIT OPS-II</value>
224  </data>
225  <data name="Schneier 7 pass" xml:space="preserve">
226    <value>Schneier 7 pass</value>
227  </data>
228  <data name="US Air Force 5020" xml:space="preserve">
229    <value>US Air Force 5020</value>
230  </data>
231  <data name="US Army AR380-19" xml:space="preserve">
232    <value>US Army AR380-19</value>
233  </data>
234  <data name="German VSITR" xml:space="preserve">
235    <value>German VSITR</value>
236  </data>
237</root>
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