2010/5/27 sturdy <email@example.com>
Thanks Doug and Benny...you guys are fast!
I am seeing a ^K (Cntrl-Cap Kay) in emacs at line 151,893, column 249. Also
18 occurrences more, sometimes singles, sometimes pairs. They seem to be
after <note><text> tags. Sorry, I don't know how to display hex.
I did a search/replace and all is well. I'm back in business. Again, thanks
for the assist.
This means that in some of the text of the notes you imported some "strange" control character or so was present. You should have a search in some of the GEDCOM to see if you see it there.
I tried adding a ^K to a note, and export/import works, so it must indeed be some hex code emacs shows like that. In other words, the invalid token can only come from some the GEDCOMS and can probably not be created in Gramps.
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