I installed the hardware for this pocket door about 1/8" too close to the front edge of the door. The screw holes are not only in the wrong place now, but they turned diagonal and broke out the inner surface of the cutout.
When I reinstall the hardware, the new holes will only be 1/8" behind the current ones (and will hopefully be straight and not track into the old diagonal holes).
I've seen the common advice about using dowels and/or sawdust and wood glue to fill holes like this, but it seems in this case like it might be harder due to the broken surface (it's now no longer a simple hole).
Are there are any more specific tips I should be aware of for this unique case?