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yanokwa
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Camino History Browsing Failing

Post by yanokwa » Fri Dec 15, 2006 10:56 pm

LB4v2 suddenly stopped indexing my Camino history. I've tracked the bug down to a particular kind of URL. It can't be removed from the Camino history file which suggests it's malformed in some way.

Good History

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// <!-- <mdb:mork:z v="1.4"/> -->
< <(a=c)> // (f=iso-8859-1)
  (8A=Typed)(8B=LastPageVisited)(8C=ByteOrder)
  (80=ns:history:db:row:scope:history:all)
  (81=ns:history:db:table:kind:history)(82=URL)(83=Referrer)
  (84=LastVisitDate)(85=FirstVisitDate)(86=VisitCount)(87=Name)
  (88=Hostname)(89=Hidden)>

<(80=LE)(81=http://www.google.com/ig?hl=en)(82=1166215892444233)(83
    =www.google.com)(84=G$00o$00o$00g$00l$00e$00)>
{1:^80 {(k^81:c)(s=9)[1(^8C=LE)]}
  [2(^82^81)(^84^82)(^85^82)(^88^83)(^87^84)]}


Bad History

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// <!-- <mdb:mork:z v="1.4"/> -->
< <(a=c)> // (f=iso-8859-1)
  (8A=Typed)(8B=LastPageVisited)(8C=ByteOrder)
  (80=ns:history:db:row:scope:history:all)
  (81=ns:history:db:table:kind:history)(82=URL)(83=Referrer)
  (84=LastVisitDate)(85=FirstVisitDate)(86=VisitCount)(87=Name)
  (88=Hostname)(89=Hidden)>

<(80=LE)(81=1166215851957169)(82=research.cens.ucla.edu)>
{1:^80 {(k^81:c)(s=9)[1(^8C=LE)]}
  [2
    (^82
    =http://research.cens.ucla.edu/pls/portal/CENS.TRASBIBTEX?p_itemid=427291&\
p_authors=Mani%20Srivastava%2C%20Mark%20Hansen%2C%20Jeff%20Burke%2C%20Andrew%2\
0Parker%2C%20Sasank%20Reddy%2C%20Ganeriwal%20Saurabh%2C%20Mark%20Allman%2C%20V\
ern%20Paxson%2C%20Deborah%20Estrin&p_title=Wireless%20Urban%20Sensing%20System\
s&p_year=2006&p_month=April&p_abstract=The%20creation%20over%20the%20past%20de\
cade%20of%20unanticipated%20applications%20of%20the%20Internet%2C%20such%20as%\
20web%20services%2C%20peer-to-peer%20file%20sharing%2C%20networked%20gaming%2C\
%20podcasting%2C%20and%20voice%20telephony%2C%20is%20resulting%20in%20a%20rece\
nt%20rethinking%20of%20the%20core%20Internet%20infrastructure%20and%20the%20or\
iginal%20architecture%20choices.%20In%20this%20project%20however%20we%20propos\
e%20to%20go%20beyond%20reacting%20to%20these%20applications%20that%20have%20al\
ready%20emerged%2C%20and%20proactively%20consider%20the%20network%20architectu\
re%20implications%20of%20a%20new%20class%20of%20applications%20involving%20emb\
edded%20sensing%20technology%20as%20it%20moves%20from%20scientific%2C%20engine\
ering%2C%20defense%2C%20and%20industrial%20contexts%20to%20the%20wider%20perso\
nal%2C%20social%20and%20urban%20contexts.%20Today%2C%20applications%20are%20em\
erging%20which%20draw%20on%20sensed%20information%20about%20people%2C%20object\
s%2C%20and%20physical%20spaces.%20These%20applications%20enable%20new%20kinds%\
20of%20social%20exchange%3A%20By%20collecting%2C%20processing%2C%20sharing%2C%\
20and%20visualizing%20this%20information%2C%20they%20can%20offer%20us%20new%20\
and%20unexpected%20views%20of%20our%20communities.%20They%20require%20new%20al\
gorithms%20and%20software%20mechanisms%20because%20unlike%20scientific%20appli\
cations%20of%20distributed%20sensing%2C%20a%20single%20system%20is%20widely%20\
distributed%2C%20intermittently%20connected%2C%20and%20privately%20administere\
d%3B%20and%20unlike%20traditional%20Internet%20applications%20the%20physical%2\
0inputs%20are%20critical%20to%20the%20behavior.&p_note=&p_trnum=65)
    (^84^81)(^85^81)(^88^82)]}

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