[jp] jpilot chrashed
thomasgeo at gmx.de
Wed Apr 2 10:55:47 EDT 2008
I was exporting and importing from the same version -> 0.99.9.10
The Problem was/is that you can export to *.txt, but there is no radio
button to choose *.txt as an import format. There the floating point
error comes into the game...
The import of *.csv was awfull! After pointing on the *.csv file I was
asked if I like to import this contact or all contacts - thats smart.
Unfortunately eveen if I was pushing 'import all' the dialog came back...
The outcome of the import was not good. Last names haven't been in the
appropriate field, sometimes there was a contact with nothing in and so on.
At the end I copied every detail end every contact by hand from the
*.txt into jpilot.
jpilot itself started to run after I deleted (renamed) .jpilot in my
Judd Montgomery schrieb:
> On Wed, Apr 02, 2008 at 09:57:29AM +0200, Thomas Becker wrote:
>> Hi listers,
>> jpilot chrashed while importing a text file of contacts which has been
>> exported before from jpilot...
> Which version did you export it from and which version are you trying to import it to? If you are
> using the contacts database and a pre-release jpilot then what you tried to do is not finished
> being written.
>> When I try to open jpilot now i get these error message on the shell.
>> Can you give me an advise what to do to get it started normally?
>> removing stale pidfile
>> Unknown repeatType (16) found in DatebookDB
>> Floating point exception (core dumped)
> I'm not sure how your datebook would have gotten corrupted. You can try removing
> ~/.jpilot/DatebookDB.pc3, and if that doesn't work ~/.jpilot/DatebookDB.pdb.
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