.tsk file in OneDrive

Asked by Brian on 2015-08-29

I have two Windows 10 computers with the same microsoft account. I don't generally use them at the same time. Task Coach is installed on both computers. The one that I first created my task list from works fine with the .tsk file in my OneDrive account. The On the second computer, when I try to access the same actual .tsk file in OneDrive, it gives me an error. Is there any way to set it up that I can access my .tsk file from either computer?

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Aaron Wolf (wolftune) said : #1

It should be doable. What is the error?

Brian (brian-oherin) said : #2

Error while reading C:\Users\Brian\OneDrive\Documents\Brian's tasks.tsk
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "taskcoachlib\gui\iocontroller.pyo", line 125, in open
  File "taskcoachlib\persistence\taskfile.pyo", line 661, in load
  File "taskcoachlib\persistence\taskfile.pyo", line 391, in load
  File "taskcoachlib\persistence\taskfile.pyo", line 371, in _read
  File "taskcoachlib\persistence\xml\reader.pyo", line 112, in read
IOError: [Errno 22] invalid mode ('rU') or filename:
u"C:\\Users\\Brian\\OneDrive\\Documents\\Brian's tasks.tsk.delta

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Aaron Wolf (wolftune) said : #3

I hope Jerome can answer this, I don't understand it. He may see it here, but you could also open a normal bug report: https://sourceforge.net/p/taskcoach/bugs

Jérôme Laheurte (fraca7) said : #4

Could you try after renaming the task file so it doesn't contain a quote ? That shouldn't cause any problem in theory, but well, theory and practice...

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