I’ve got a broken logseq at this point for Windows… the error I get now when trying to pull the latest changes from my Git repo (last pushed from Linux) is:
error: unable to create file logseq/bak/journals_2021_10_12.md.2021-10-12T22:06:49.053Z: Invalid argument.
For some reason, even setting
git config core.protectNTFS false does not allow me to create this file.
It seems like this file is a backup of some kind? I may have inadvertently added it because there are often straggler files that aren’t checked in automatically by logseq itself - so I do manual commits usually when I exit the program. (I try to avoid merges due to the issues discussed in Format pages-metadata.edn before saving.) In other words, this may be something I added, and that logseq would not have added.
At this point, I can think of fixes that are mildly annoying, but possible:
- Re-clone on WSL2 (this is a large dependency if you don’t already use WSL for something else)
But before that - I assume it’s safe to filter-branch and remove anything in a