I’m trying to migrate to v2 using
org-roam-migrate-wizard. My experience has been that it manages to do one or two files, then tops with the error:
Org-roam will now convert all your notes from v1 to v2. This will take a while. Are you sure you want to do this? (y or n) y Backing up files to /home/caleb/Dropbox/org/org-roam.bak Saving file /home/caleb/Dropbox/org/notes/20200309204012_the_interleaving_effect_mixing_it_up_boosts_learning_scientific_american.org... Wrote /home/caleb/Dropbox/org/notes/20200309204012_the_interleaving_effect_mixing_it_up_boosts_learning_scientific_american.org helm-M-x-execute-command: Selecting deleted buffer
Annoyingly, to try again, I have to delete org-roam.bak manually. Anyway, I’ve tried a couple times, and this is always the result. I found a couple issues on github that might be relevant, something about emacsql-sqlite3 perhaps?
I tried removing org-roam and deleting the .db manually, then reinstalling, to no avail.
I use spacemacs, on the develop branch, and just pulled. My whole config is here: Configs/.spacemacs at master · komali2/Configs · GitHub
Any ideas? The “Selecting deleted buffer” error persists, and forces a full emacs restart to do anything else, because all commands that involve buffers will instead cause the above error.
GNU Emacs 27.1 (build 1, x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 3.24.23)