On Mon, 2011-11-21 at 00:09 +0100, Guillaume Lelarge wrote:
> On Thu, 2011-11-17 at 07:57 -0700, Doug Easterbrook wrote:
> > Not sure if those are the same symptoms, but its is how I made PGadmin fail opening the SQL browser.
> One of my colleagues found a bug in the loading of this file. This may
> relate to your issues. He gave me the histoqueries file so that I can
> reproduce the issue. And I did. I didn't fix the bug yet (it's fairly
> late here), so I'll work on his issue later. But I guess you can do that
> too. If you still have the issue, please, send me
> your .pgadmin_histoqueries file, so that I can work on your issue.
I looked into that bug today. It seems my colleague's file has a strange
byte in it (0x05, that I can put too with Ctrl-Alt-E on my Fedora). Do
you have any special characters in your .pgadmin_histoqueries file?
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