All checkpoint files used in test suite need to be regenerated to work with development Carpet

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Ian Hinder created an issue

The current stable and development (git and mercurial) versions of Carpet use incompatible checkpoint file formats. Neither can read the checkpoints generated by the other (http://lists.einsteintoolkit.org/pipermail/users/2011-August/001299.html).

The tests checkpointML, recoverML, CarpetWaveToyNewRecover_test_1proc and CarpetWaveToyRecover_test_1proc need to have their checkpoint files regenerated. At this point, it is likely that these tests will start to fail for the stable version of Carpet, but making the stable version read these files would be more effort than it is worth.

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