Latest Bugs & Tasks
Changed in hrev45653.
I am not a huge fan of naming the first menu entry always "File". Only if the window represents something that is also stored in a file on disk. As such, I would rename the menu to "Team". There is only one entry "Quit" and it refers to the currently debugged team. It will not quit Debugger as a whole if there is more than one debugged team. Maybe renaming that to "Close" would avoid any confusion that this entry would quit all of Debugger.
This is really low on the list of needed features, I mainly wanted to record the idea.
Debugger could detect whether or not the user sees the command line output of the debugged team (assuming that's possible somehow). If the user would not otherwise see it, there could be another view for the debugged team's stdout and stderr streams. I would place that in another tab with the variables/registers group. Just because Eclipse puts it there by default. Along the bottom would be another option.
Fixed (for real this time) in hrev45651. The menu field is once again in auto-resize mode, but if the width of the selected menu item is wider than the available space allotted for the menu than the menu field truncates the menu item to fit. This reproduces the behavior on BeOS more-or-less.
VL-Gothic fonts is updated to version 20130510.
Implemented in hrev45645.
AFAIK this was not caused by my recent changes, but I fixed it anyway in hrev45644
It is often too cumbersome to find code in the images list. The list structure is not optimal. Instead of being structured like this:
It should be structured like this:
I.e. it would be much easier to locate a source file and find a method. And then of course the methods would be the final leaf items just like now. But all other entries should be processed, so that common paths are extracted as the item hierarchy.
It is often too cumbersome to find code in the Images list. There could be a search field above the list. It could filter the entries to the ones matching the search string(s). It would already help tremendously.
I don't know if it's proper to create a new bug report, but I searched that there is no exact the same bug. If not please correct me.
Here is the situation:
1.I installed Haiku R1A4.1 on my Lenovo laptop F41(Realtek High Definition Audio) with anyboot image.I found there was no sound.
2.I installed opensound-4.2-r1a2-x86-gcc2-2010-05-01.zip,there was no sound too after setting media preference and reboot.But on the same PC, this opensound-4.2-r1a2 works in VMware.
3.I deleted opensound-4.2-r1a2, and installed opensound-4.2-r1a3-x86-gcc2-2011-05-31.zip, after this panic error occured when reboot. Opensound-4.2-r1a3 does not work in VMware too.
Syslog patched after this.
On latest nightlies (maybe since DEP and ASLR were implemented?) i have found that if i attempt to run OpenJDK apps (Java) they will cause a KDL about pthread and libjavawt.so. If i start Haiku with PAE disabled, those applications will run without any issue.
Unfortunately at the moment i don't have a camera available, but i will provide soon a shot of the KDL. for now i will attach the output of syslog:
KERN: vm_soft_fault: va 0x0 not covered by area in address space KERN: vm_page_fault: vm_soft_fault returned error 'Bad address' on fault at 0x4, ip 0x4c739a68, write 0, user 1, thread 0x1df KERN: vm_page_fault: thread "pthread func" (479) in team "java" (478) tried to read address 0x4, ip 0x4c739a68 ("mmap area" 0x4ca68) KERN: register_domain(9, unix) KERN: vm_soft_fault: va 0x0 not covered by area in address space KERN: vm_page_fault: vm_soft_fault returned error 'Bad address' on fault at 0x10, ip 0x4c750702, write 0, user 1, thread 0x1df KERN: vm_page_fault: thread "pthread func" (479) in team "java" (478) tried to read address 0x10, ip 0x4c750702 ("mmap area" 0x63702) KERN: vm_soft_fault: va 0x0 not covered by area in address space KERN: vm_page_fault: vm_soft_fault returned error 'Bad address' on fault at 0x4, ip 0x4c77555d, write 0, user 1, thread 0x1ee KERN: vm_page_fault: thread "pthread func" (494) in team "java" (478) tried to read address 0x4, ip 0x4c77555d ("mmap area" 0x8855d) KERN: slab memory manager: created area 0xf0001000 (9999)
Using x86 gcc2h hrev45641 installed to an SD card, my laptop's hard drive is not detected. It does not show up in DriveSetup, and /dev/disk/scsi/ does not exist.
Duplicate of #7703.
I have a laptop with amd processor and amd subsystem.
My soudcard is:
device Multimedia controller (Audio device) [4|3|0]
vendor 1002: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD] nee ATI
device 4383: SBx00 Azalia (Intel HDA)
and there is no sound.
Currently, notifications are displayed where the Deskbar is placed, but would be nice have the ability to choose (in Notifications preflet) where to show notifications, maybe in the four corners of the screen. Mockup attached.
I generally use applications to full window (not fullscreen) mode, by clicking on the zoom button (http://www.haiku-os.org/docs/userguide/en/images/gui-images/gui.png Number 4), but sometimes i'd like to have these apps/windows resized, so i click again on the zoom button to have these apps to the last resized dimension, but when i click on zoom button nothing happens [NOTE1]. To have this behaviour i have to do this:
1: start with the application in full window mode
2 resize the window as i wish
3: now when i click on zoom button i can properly expand and resize the window
this way also works if i close an application, but at the next reboot the "resized" dimension of applications seems lost and the situation back as [NOTE1]
So, should be a window dimension, saved?