[phenixbb] WAS: changing TLS groups mid refinement
epozh001 at umaryland.edu
Mon May 17 12:39:05 PDT 2010
Excellent point! As was discussed before, F=0 is most likely the
consequence of a user error (improper I->F conversion protocol), F<0
clearly indicates that something is wrong and most sensible response
from any program would be consider it a fatal error rather than quietly
ignoring it. The information can be gleaned from the log-files, but who
reads those unless something goes terribly wrong?
On Mon, 2010-05-17 at 12:08 -0400, Phil Jeffrey wrote:
> Again, include F=0 data. F<0 should probably immediately terminate
> program execution, since it infers a data content error.
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