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Date 2014-05-20.04:41:41
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Ned, I understand.  I did get permission to post that history, and as I
feared, the sanitized History.plist I'm attaching now doesn't have the
loading issue that the first did.  Possibly a URL character is throwing the
exception?

Can you suggest where I can put a print statement in the library or some
other way to post to get you meaningful debug information?  I don't have
any experience with pdb, and a verbose python execution is pretty lengthy.
 As I said before, I have two more extensive History.plist files from two
different devices that won't load.

On Mon, May 19, 2014 at 5:51 PM, Ned Deily <report@bugs.python.org> wrote:

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> Ned Deily added the comment:
>
> John, a quick look at the file shows that it contains browsing history
> information that might be personally identifiable.  I don't think that is
> appropriate to store on a public web site like this one so I've deleted the
> file.  Is there some way to provide a simpler file with non-personal
> history?
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