This seems related to Bug 172
( with some differences.

I'm trying to export from Password Safe V3.06 (1259) on a Win XP system
and import the file into Revelation (0.4.11) on my fully updated Arch
Linux system.

Revelation's auto-detecting the Password Safe V2.x file type does not
seem to work. I tried manual detection, but this did not work either.
The import results in a empty file. I suspect this is the problem in Bug
172, but I did not look at the sample file in the bug.

I then tried an export from Password Safe of my database as a V1.x file
type. The export seems to work file and when I try to import into
Revelation, all the files appear (not in proper Revelation folders, but
perhaps that is due to the file type). However, when I click on any
entry in this new Revelation database I get the following error:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/opt/gnome/bin/revelation", line 405, in <lambda>
    self.tree.selection.connect("changed", lambda w:
  File "/opt/gnome/lib/python2.5/site-packages/revelation/", line
1929, in display_entry
    widget = generate_field_display_widget(field, self.config,
  File "/opt/gnome/lib/python2.5/site-packages/revelation/", line
200, in generate_field_display_widget
    widget = Label(util.escape_markup(field.value))
  File "/opt/gnome/lib/python2.5/site-packages/revelation/", line
155, in escape_markup
    string = string.replace("&", "&amp;")
AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'replace'

In desperation, I then tried using the XML export in Password Safe, even
through it warned against using an unencrypted file format. Revelation
could not import the XML exported from Password Safe, although the XML
did not appear malformed when I looked at it in a text editor.

So, a long email to share that none of the import methods I have tried
will allow an exported database from Password Safe to be imported into

If you need any more information Erik, please do not hesitate to contact
Best Regards,

Bob Dundon
Pleasant Hill, CA  USA
public key available under [EMAIL PROTECTED] at
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