(I'm making this comment on the mailing list because it's kinda beyond the
scope of this particular bug.)

Thanks Jaap and Martin (if you're listening here) for sorting this out. I
simply didn't have any energy or time to look at it since I discovered the

Jaap, will this fix be included in the 0.53 release, and when do you think
that might be?

I'm inclined to leave things as they are on the Zim for Windows web page,
even if it's going to be a while. 0.50 is quite stable and useful in
Windows, and I can include some clearer pointers for those that want to
build it from trunk.

On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 6:39 AM, Jaap Karssenberg <
jaap.karssenb...@gmail.com> wrote:

> This is the same as the previous failure to retrieve the default
> notebook in the compiled version. Reason it became more visible now is
> that latest release does not hide notebooks that do not exist. Previous
> release interpreted the "[Notebook]" line as a uri but did not show it
> as it did not exist as a file path.
> (Background of this change is that I'm testing an automounter plugin
> that can hook before loading the notebook)
> So fixing the assert statement will fix both issues at once and explains
> why the problem is only seen in the compiled version as assert
> statements are optimized away.
> Thanks to Martin for figuring it out.
> -- Jaap
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> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/783811
> Title:
>  [win32] zim 0.52 can't read notebook list it just wrote
> Status in Zim desktop wiki:
>   Confirmed
> Bug description:
>  I'm trying to compile a Zim 0.52 Windows package for distribution. I'm
>  using Python 2.6.
>  When I first ran the compiled zim.exe my notebook list in the initial
>  dialog box was garbled. I tried running zim.py from the source tree
>  and got the same result. Deleting my notebooks.list doesn't help. As
>  soon as I open one notebook, quit, and restart Zim, the list is
>  garbled again.
>  I can post more details tomorrow if necessary. Going to bed now.
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