It's possible that some of the HTML characters ('<' and '>' are not
getting converted to the appropriate entities (< and >) when the
XML file that gramps writes is getting written.
Could you either send me the data.gramps file that is failing or at
least several lines around the failure point? (You may need to gunzip
the data.gramps file to examine it).
On Sat, 2002-02-02 at 08:17, Steven I Usdansky wrote:
> I'm currently using gramps-0.7.1 but the same problems occur in 0.7.0
> and earlier versions. The problems relate to files created by PAF
> 5.0 (in Windows).
> 1. The only Gedcom files Gramps can read completely are those saved
> in PAF 2.1-2.3 Gedcom format. Files saved in later Gedcom format are
> not imported properly by Gramps.
> 2. Gramps will import the Gedcom (2.1-2.3) file with no errors. When
> I save the file from Gramps it apparently saves, but when I try to
> read it back it gives me an error related to bad xml and only imports
> the first 260 records (out of 739).
> Several notes in the PAF file are in HTML format. Could this be
> contributing to the errors?
> Steven I. Usdansky, PhD
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