another log with the clear way to reproduce:
1. install pRSSr 1.3.2 beta 2. start pRSSr. 3. open Options. 4. press 'Change' button to change the location for the cache. 5. Select SD card. 6. Press 'Create New Folder' button and type the name for the folder for cache on SD card. 7. Press 'Enter' in order to create the folder with typed name. 8. pRSSr propmts 'Do you want to move all content from ... to ..'. 9. Press pay your attention that the destination path in 'to' is wrong and doesn't contain the newly created folder in tha path's string. 10. Press 'Yes' and everything seems OK for tha cache. 11. Then switch to the Enclosures tab in Options. 12. Press 'Change' button. 13. Specify that created folder on SD card 14. Press 'Yes' on prompting that you want to move the enclosures to the new folder. 15. Crash.
The pRSSr log is attached.
the log file is attached..
Crash was on the moving of enclosures folder.. The default enclosures folder was tried to be changed to the folder on SD card where the old data cached was..
But such issue was observed when enclosures location was changed to the new empty folder on the SD card also..
Hope this will help
On 6/26/06, David Andrs <pda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Konstantin Taran wrote: > > David, > > > > I just tried to change the Cache folder and Enclosures folder and > > after the changing pRSSr proposes to me the something like: > > > > 'Do you want to move cache content to the new location?'. > > > > I choose 'Yes', pRSSr is moving the content and finally close itself. > It crashed - need log file with log level set to 5. No closing should be > done here. > > > > > After that I start pRSSr and see that Cache and Enclosures folders are > > old, the changes were not saved. > Sure. Because of the crash, changes were not saved. They are saved when > you tap ok in Options. > > > > > It seems like the problem is a bit relative to the issue 'The changes > > of keywords are not stored in OPML' which I described before.. > > > > Regards, > > Konstantin. > > -- > > pRSSreader development mailing list > > prssr-devel-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > > http://www.freelists.org/archives/prssr-devel-ml > > > > > > > > -- > David > > -- > pRSSreader development mailing list > prssr-devel-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > http://www.freelists.org/archives/prssr-devel-ml > > >