I found out this weekend I had the same problem in one notebook:
suddenly I get "Calender" as sub page under pages where I've linked to a
date. They seemed to be interpreted as relative paths for pages now.

The suggested "zim --index -V /path/to/notebook" seems to have fixed the
problem for me, thanks!

--Rolf.

On 01/05/12 09:37, Jaap Karssenberg wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 9:37 PM, shirakawasuna <shirakawas...@gmail.com> 
> wrote:
>> I just noticed that many of my links have been broken recently, I believe
>> around the time I upgraded to 0.56. These links were almost all of the form:
>> Calendar:2012:04:04 (for example). The new format for a global link is
>> :Calendar:2012:04:04, so those past links now refer to relative locations
>> rather than global.
> 
> There has not been any change in the parsing of links. As long as the
> top level Calendar namespace exists links should find it.
> 
> Did you change anything else except upgrading. E.g. did you
> re-organize the notebook ?
> 
>> Is there a way to update those links to be global or am I basically stuck
>> manually fixing them (there are hundreds)?
> 
> Since they should work the same as before, no update should be needed.
> 
> You might try "zim --index -V /path/to/notebook" to force an update of
> the index. Not sure if it helps, but could fix any corruptions in the
> index.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Jaap
> 
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