#13 cfv does not recognise full paths

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nobody
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2013-02-13
2010-05-31
Anonymous
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Hello Matthew,

first of all, thank you very much for cfv. It makes my job of keeping trak of several terabytes much easier. However, I've noticed that it does not recognise full paths. For example:

$ md5sum /bin/* >bin.md5

$ head bin.md5
7e7733f7fcf52a99b67de7c351011903 /bin/afio
c8770eb0a3f2b6088914b4bc29301113 /bin/bash
58f40c155e1cc1fd7426b750836c7c8e /bin/bunz
[...]

$ cfv -f bin.md5
warning: file(s) tested in textmode
bin/afio : No such file or directory
bin/bash : No such file or directory
bin/bunzip2 : No such file or directory
[...]

I'm using the Debian Lenny stable release (1.18.2-1):

$ cfv --version
cfv 1.18.2
+mmap
python 020502f0-linux2

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