The bug you describe means some accounting in the index is out-of-sync.
Afraid it is hard to diagnose without knowing what caused the out-of-sync
in the first place.
I'm working on making the index more robust. Hope that helps to remove
these kind of bugs. Or at least have the index detect itself when something
is off and trigger partial updates in the background.
On Mon, Feb 16, 2015 at 7:26 PM, Laurent Hofer <laure...@laurenth.net>
> I'm not quite sure if it's the same bug as this one
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/zim/+bug/1181980 but the behaviour is
> similar. I use zim 0.62 on archlinux. I have been looking for a
> workaround in the mailing list and in the bugtracker but have had no
> success so far.
> I try to switch page and the index tree doesn't get updated correctly :
> the focus can go on an unrelated page. Also if I try to add a new page,
> the index tree gets completely messed up.
> In both cases, I delete the .zim directory and rebuild the index with
> "zim --index" command and _sometimes_ it fixes it. Most of the time, I
> have to rebuild the index several time in a row. Python exceptions still
> arise but somehow zim gets usable again.
> Actually, it does it mostly on one notebook, so maybe there is something
> wrong with it. Please find attached a log.
> Is there a workaround for this? It really breaks my workflow and I kind
> of feel tired of it.
> Thanks for your time and your answer.
> Laurent Hofer
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