First-time sync crashes if no data to sync.
I ran positron config, configured a sync point, and a (place to download recordings), then ran positron sync, just to see that it seemed to work, before getting down to installing some music. Both configured directories were empty, and the Neuros player was fresh out of the box. The error message that printed out was: boojum:~> positron sync Synchronizing Neuros music database. Checking for new music... None. Checking for new recordings... None. Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/positron", line 175, in ? main(sys.argv) File "/usr/bin/positron", line 157, in main cmd.run(config, myNeuros, remaining[1:]) File "/home/jack/src/positron/dist/positron-1.0/debian/positron/usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/positron/cmd_sync.py", line 165, in run File "/home/jack/src/positron/dist/positron-1.0/debian/positron/usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/positron/db/WOID.py", line 327, in count_deleted File "/home/jack/src/positron/dist/positron-1.0/debian/positron/usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/positron/db/MDB.py", line 294, in count_deleted File "/home/jack/src/positron/dist/positron-1.0/debian/positron/usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/positron/db/MDB.py", line 189, in read_record_at File "/home/jack/src/positron/dist/positron-1.0/debian/positron/usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/positron/db/util.py", line 74, in fread_wordstruct.error: unpack str size does not match format The workaround was to add a single mp3 file to the configured sync directory and sync again. After that, everything was ok, even after I deleted the mp3 and re-ran sync. So, not a big deal, which is why I marked as minor, but not totally trivial IMHO, because, well, crashes are bad. :^) Sorry my Python skills aren't up to fixing this myself yet; hope this bug report has enough info to reproduce and fix.
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