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  • Sorry for posting again, but found another message:

    <b>Notice</b>: ob_clean(): failed to delete buffer. No buffer to delete in <b>/…/wp-content/plugins/blogger-importer/blogger-importer.php</b> on line <b>590</b>

    <b>Warning</b>: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /…/wp-content/plugins/blogger-importer/blogger-importer.php:590) in <b>/…/wp-content/plugins/blogger-importer/blogger-importer.php</b> on line <b>591</b>
    {p1:100,p2:”9 of 9″,p3:”0 posts skipped”,c1:100,c2:”62 of 62″,c3:”0 comments skipped”,i1:86,i2:0,l1:0,l2:0}

    Plugin Author Workshopshed

    (@workshopshed)

    Magdy, that first on is simply a case of deleting the rogue line. It’s there to help debugging and I forgot to take it out.
    The second is something that was put in to actually suppress the error you are seeing. I think something changed in a recent WordPress release, you should be able to make it go away by switching out of debug mode, needs a bit more investigation.

    Thanks for replying Andy!
    So for the second issue, maybe downgrading WordPress can possibly bypass this?
    I’m using 3.5.1.

    Thanks

    Magdy

    One more thing… I was testing now, and the process finally complete after removing the code from line 1112.

    But doesn’t import all the images I have… So I tried again, and now Inspector gives me a message on the first request: 500 Internal Server Error…

    Where to go now?
    Well thanks again for helping!
    bye

    Magdy

    Plugin Author Workshopshed

    (@workshopshed)

    Was there something specific about the images that it did not process?
    If the images did not transfer because the source server was unavailable or busy then selecting refresh and re-importing will just process the remaining images.
    What is Inspector?

    Hi Andy.
    Sorry don’t know from where I took Inspector… It’s Firebug

    I have almost 300 images, when the progress bar achieve 103 images downloaded, stops. Using Firebug, I found a request in red: 500 Internal Server Error. (This is locally using Mamp)

    On the server when achieve 103 images, the conitnue button appears, I press continue, the label change to “importing…”, then continue shows again. Forever… Pressing the continue button, does not mean that images are being downloaded…

    Hope theres a way to bypass this…
    Thanks for your attention.
    Bye

    Magdy

    Plugin Author Workshopshed

    (@workshopshed)

    Ah, I see.

    The 500 internal server error is normally a php compile error e.g. a serious fault in the code.
    You can normally see what those are if you turn debug mode on, but that would cause a problem with the other issue.

    So I’ve uploaded a new version with the FB: issue fixed and a work around for the other issue. You should be able to run this one with debug on and see what the actual error is.

    http://core.trac.wordpress.org/attachment/ticket/4010/blogger-importer.zip

    One word solution to your problem.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/seo-blogger-to-wordpress-301-redirector/

    I used official blogger importer to copy all my 2200 posts and thousands of comments.
    After that I used this plugin to copy all images from picasa to my wordpress image gallery and this plugin also updates all post with picasa image link to my downloaded images link.
    I copied 2200+ images without any error.

    One real kickass plugin.

    Andy, I’ll try this one.
    Thanks.

    Magdy

    Plugin Author Workshopshed

    (@workshopshed)

    Neha,
    thanks for the input. Yes, I realise that there are other plugins that process the images, it’s worth noting that that one you’ve highlighted is not just limited to picasa but can do images regardless of how they were linked on blogger.

    What I’ve tried to do with the blogger importer is to take the best features from the different image importers and produce one integrated plugin that does posts, comments, geo tags, links and images.

    mbselmy, would be interested to know how you get on and if there’s anything from that plugin that can be utilised in this one.

    Cheers,

    Andy

    Hi neha_joshi_rocks

    I already tried SEO Blogger to WordPress 301 Redirector.
    But I got a problem with images coming from ggpht.com not being downloaded. And unfortunately SEO Blogger download the images with the size they appear on the post. And I need them with the original size, so I can rebuild the images and featured images. Without posting everything again…

    Thanks for sharing.

    Magdy

    Plugin Author Workshopshed

    (@workshopshed)

    The ggpht.com issue in SEO Blogger to WordPress 301 Redirector should be easy to fix but bringing down the full size images is more challenging hence why the blogger importer code is more complex that that one.

    I’m wondering if you’ve got a disk space issue error that’s not being trapped very well?

    Hi Andy,

    I tried this new one. Everything goes fine importing, process complete… but still imported only 103 images from a total of 213 (I took the time to count, to be more accurate).
    Not all of them came in original/full size, but most of them came.

    I think Disk space is not an issue… but what do you mean with not trapped very well?

    Still searching for a way to bypass this.
    Thanks for taking the time.
    Bye

    Magdy

    Plugin Author Workshopshed

    (@workshopshed)

    Did the progress bar say “103” or “213” ? If you hover over the progress bar for the images does it says “xx images skipped” ? The only images it intentionally skips are those of 1×1 pixels.

    Do you have an example of one that did not transfer? If possible can you snag the full <a href="xxxx"><img src="yyy"></a> from the imported post. Are these particularly large files or a particular type?

    By “not trapped very well” I mean it would download the image, realise it had not worked and skip the image rather than reporting anything useful back to the user.

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