Wouter van Marle
wouter at squirrel-systems.com
Tue Jan 20 22:27:29 EST 2009
The below crash I solved already luckily: I had a custom report open
when I closed GnuCash, and then had removed that report from the
custom-reports-2.0 file, causing this crash.
Known bug or shall I file a bug report? I'm not running the latest
version of GnuCash so maybe this is addressed already.
On Wed, 2009-01-21 at 10:51 +0800, Wouter van Marle wrote:
> I've been playing a bit with custom reports, for some reason got two
> reports with the same name saved, fixed that, and now my file doesn't
> open anymore.
> I have already emptied the saved reports file, and still the same
> problem. Creating a new file GnuCash starts up nicely, but using my data
> file that worked until right before I started fiddling with the reports
> it crashes. This is the output on the command line:
> gnucash: [M] "Found Finance::Quote version ""1.12"
> In current input:
> 1: 0* (let* ((options #)) (let* (#) (# option)) (let (#) (#
> option)) ...)
> 1: 1* (let* ((option #)) ((lambda # #) option))
> 1: 2* [gnc:lookup-option #f "Commodities" "Show Exchange Rates"]
> In /usr/share/gnucash/scm/options.scm:
> 1463: 3 ((options (quote lookup)) section name)
> 1463: 4* [#f lookup]
> /usr/share/gnucash/scm/options.scm:1463:4: In expression (options (quote
> /usr/share/gnucash/scm/options.scm:1463:4: Wrong type to apply: #f
> I'm going to restore my file from last night's backup and hope that
> works again! I didn't change anything other than the
> ~/.gnucash/saved_reports_2.0 file.
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