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drain
Whenever I press "a" (w3m-bookmark-add-current-url), the website is not saved to w3m's bookmarks. Instead, the following message appears in the echo area:

Invalid Time Specification.

The *messages* buffer does not provide further information, merely repeating the same:

w3m-bookmark-buffer: Invalid time specification
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Re: w3m-related

Ivan Kanis-74
drain <[hidden email]> a écrit

> Whenever I press "a" (w3m-bookmark-add-current-url), the website is not saved
> to w3m's bookmarks. Instead, the following message appears in the echo area:

Not really an answer to your question but a different way to do it. I
use org-capture of org mode to deal with my bookmarks.
--
Ivan Kanis
http://ivan.kanis.fr

Be not afraid of going slowly.
Be afraid of standing still.
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Re: w3m-related

Michael Heerdegen
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drain <[hidden email]> writes:

> Whenever I press "a" (w3m-bookmark-add-current-url), the website is
> not saved to w3m's bookmarks. Instead, the following message appears
> in the echo area:

This is clearly a bug, and I can reproduce it.  I've reported this to
the Emacs-w3m Mailing List ([hidden email]).


Regards,

Michael.

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Michael Heerdegen
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drain <[hidden email]> writes:

> Whenever I press "a" (w3m-bookmark-add-current-url), the website is
> not saved to w3m's bookmarks. Instead, the following message appears
> in the echo area:
>
> *Invalid Time Specification.*

It has already been fixed.  This is the answer I got to my bug report:

| Thanks for this.  We who already have a bookmark file will have
| had no chance to know it.  Fixed in emacs-w3m CVS as follows:
|
| 2012-10-10  Katsumi Yamaoka  <[hidden email]>
|
| * w3m-bookmark.el (w3m-bookmark-buffer): Use (0 0) as the Unix epoch.
|
| --- w3m-bookmark.el~ 2012-07-18 06:03:30.117297300 +0000
| +++ w3m-bookmark.el 2012-10-10 22:44:59.501296100 +0000
| @@ -179,5 +179,3 @@
|   ;; No bookmark file.
| - (with-temp-buffer
| -  ;; 0 in Emacs; (0 . 0) in XEmacs
| -  (visited-file-modtime))))
| + '(0 0)))
|    (buffer-enable-undo))



Michael.

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Re: w3m-related

drain
Just updated from the CVS server: works now.

Thanks.