Thanks, this should be fixed in svn (on the 0.4.x branch)

On Wed, 2007-04-18 at 06:43 -0700, Bob Dundon wrote:
> Erik,
> 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:
> self.entryview.display_entry(self.entrystore.get_entry(self.tree.get_active())))
>   File "/opt/gnome/lib/python2.5/site-packages/revelation/", line
> 1929, in display_entry
>     widget = generate_field_display_widget(field, self.config,
> self.clipboard)
>   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
> Revelation.
> If you need any more information Erik, please do not hesitate to contact
> me.
> Best Regards,
> Bob Dundon
> Pleasant Hill, CA  USA
Erik Grinaker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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