BlinkerSpawn wrote:The root for that haul is missing an "m_" flag that the other hauls have.
Ah, apgsearch 1.x hauls have no prefix; that's normal and expected. A prefix ("n_", probably for "new") got added for apgnano, presumably to allow for easy identification of apgnano-generated data in case a bug tainting said data was found. The "m_" ("mera") prefix similarly indicates hauls apgmera-generated data.
This appears to interfere with whatever script generates the pie chart although individual census pages and individual object pages recognize the existence of the haul. The pie chart's percentages would be perfect if the haul from scorbiclife is treated as nonexistent, but for example xp6_7o2zo7g1z1
has two sample soups; one from scorbiclife's haul and one from a different hone.
EDIT: Unrelated, but the odd separation issues people have seen appear to be caused by apgsearch only removing the first extraneous object whenever the pseudo-SL-separation script is called.[/quote]
I don't think so. The pie chart feature got added in 2015-02-27, over a year before apgmera got released. On the other hand, the haul was submitted on 2015-02-26. I remember that when the pie chart was released, it didn't count already existing hauls.
There are a few other cases of this, where a rule has been barely touched since the beginning of Catagolue. For example, Adam submitted hauls to b36s23/D4_+1
on 2015-02-21, but he is not shown on the pie chart, while the others are.
That would be the problem then, most likely.
It makes sense when you think about it -- for well-searched rulesyms like B3/S23/C1, it wouldn't be economical to regenerate the pie chart data all the time, not to mention that information on older hauls isn't even necessarily available anymore.