I like the baskets note taking application.
Please don't advise me to use something else, that's not what this is about.
Before exporting I want to alter some of the HTML to add in-line urls.
You can use an external editor for things like this.
I've done this before. Many times.
This time the editor and the application got a bit confused and hung.
Killing the editor crashed baskets.
I've had this happen a couple of times before.
Baskets can't recover; it tries rendering and whatever the rendering
code is, it hangs ... "... Loading ..."
Once when this happened I simply restored from the last backup.
Another time I drilled down and found corrupt HTML in one of the notes.
I suspect that's the problem this time, but the HTML BasKet produces is
almost as bad as that from MS-Word. Almost.
And of you run it through 'tidy', BasKet doesn't like that, things its
corrupt and won't render .... "... Loading ..."
The developer's site has a roadmap about all new nifty features but
nothing about robustness or error handling or crash recovery.
So I've two problems:
1. How can I make developers (and one in particular) be more concerned
with non-features issues the way Bill Gates issues the Security
wake-up to Microsoft Developers without being a Bill Gates?
2. How can I automate BasKets recovery
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