Thanks Jaap. The command successfully printed out a date and time. However,
is the calendar.py and datetimetz.py modules included in the Zim package
different from the defaults in the python package? Should I be directing
python to the Zim modules as opposed to the python defaults? If so, how? I
am not sure my "export PYTHONPATH ..." is doing that correctly.
Two potentially relevant insights from debug mode:
1. After opening Zim with "python2.6 ./zim.py -D":
"DEBUG: Set XDG_DATA_HOME to /Users/ambrya/.local/share"
There is no "XDG" in the above directory. The only files in this directory
2. After creating a new page:
"ERROR: Error in strftime "%A %d %B %Y
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/Users/ambrya/source/zim-0.59/zim/templates.py", line 742, in
LookupError: unknown encoding:"
After line 742, there is comment that I don't understand and am not sure is
# strftime returns locale as understood by
the C api
# unfortunately there is no guarantee we
# decode it ...
Thoughts? Thanks so much for your help, Jaap.
On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 2:47 PM, Jaap Karssenberg <
> On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 8:37 PM, Alexander Bryan <amb...@umich.edu> wrote:
> > Thanks for your response, Jaap. Yes, but the same issue occurs with daily
> > pages only without the "to." I don't think it's a bug with Zim, unless
> > a compatibility issue with Macs. My suspicion is the problem lies in how
> > have installed python and/or Zim such that the strftime command in the
> > Default.txt and Journal.txt templates are failing. Not sure how to test
> > though—I've never used python until 2 days ago!
> You can do a quick check by running the following command in a terminal:
> $ python -c "import datetime; print
> If it prints a date to the terminal, the python module is working fine.
> You can also try running "zim -D" to check for error logging in the
> debug output.
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