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Fixed in hrev48794.
Another duplicate of #11835.
Applied in hrev48792.
Fixed in hrev48792.
Haiku/latest nightly, x86_gcc2_hybrid, VirtualBox:
I try run simple test app with window and rederer creation.
When I use gcc2 version all works as expected, when I try use x86 gcc4 version, test appication always crash on renderer creation.
BToolBar API is mostly OK at this point, so closing as resolved. (The only unapplied patch here should not be applied.)
In hrev48770 (possibly others?), I have a blank shortcuts window, even though my shortcuts still function. Screen grab and zipped-up settings files are attached. Also, if I double-click on one of the blank lines in the shortcuts window, I get a crash. A debug report also attached.
Fixed in the user guide tool. Will update on next scheduled manual export.
The idea exposed in this forum thread is to have a way to stack and tile windows using hey or a similar tool. This is a good idea, so I'm opening this ticket before we forget about it.
I think this could be integrated to the BWindow scripting interface. There is the problem of getting a "handle" to an S&T group from one app to another using hey, however (since hey can only target one app at a time).
WebPositive crashes in recent build (hrev48786).
Attach debug report.
As of 2015-02-09 there is 924 GB worth of old nightlies at download.haiku-os.org (and 374 GB of haiku-repositories).
In order to free up some space, it has been suggested that we drop old raw and vmdk nightly images, keeping only ISOs and anyboots.
A raw can be created from an anyboot by running:
dd if=haiku-anyboot.image of=haiku.image bs=1M skip=$(expr $(od -j 454 -N 4 -i -A n haiku-anyboot.image) / 2048) dd if=/dev/zero of=haiku.image bs=1 seek=506 count=4 conv=notrunc
A vmdk can be created from a raw using VirtualBox:
VBoxManage convertfromraw haiku.image haiku.vmdk --format VMDK
qemu-img convert -O vmdk haiku.image haiku.vmdk
An algorithm was also mentioned, for possible future use: http://jekor.com/log2rotate
docs/welcome/*/bugreports.html points the user to haiku-files.org for downloading nightly image files.
Links in UserGuide currently point to haiku-files.org