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I think your header is missing a closing quote for the filename so it is now saved as test.tx.
Applied in hrev47502. Thanks!
After installing Qupzilla over HaikuDepot it didn't show up in the DeskbarMenu, I also noticed it when installing hpkg's in /boot/home/config/packages that they didn't show up, I had to reboot to see them and use them.
OpenSSL configuration was changed, fixing the problem on other apps (e.g. QupZilla).
Should be fixed in hrev47498.
Similar to #10934, but the system panicked in usleep() instead.
This happened on hrev47380, on a gcc2 hybrid running in VMWare Player 6.0.1.
I was running the tests for the Golang toolchain; I left the computer for a while, and when I returned the display was frozen.
The last window displayed was an "application has crashed" dialog for one of the Golang tests.
After attaching a serial console, the backtrace showed that the system had panicked with the message "failed to acquire spinlock %p for a long time".
Attached is the backtrace from the serial console.
While configuring http://www.cgsecurity.org/testdisk-7.0-WIP.tar.bz2 outside of chroot I had /system/cache/tmp folder opened. Some files were being constantly recreated there and when I dragged one of them Tracker crashed.
After asking for confirmation on renaming a system folder (for instance anything in system/non-packaged) Tracker focuses another window. In other words ConfirmChangeIfWellKnownDirectory doesn't bring back focus.
- Start Terminal
- open /boot/system/non-packaged /boot/home
- Click any folder in non-packaged to get confirmation window
- Cancel or Rename
/boot/home is focused now.
If a tracker window is opened in the background and you're opening parent folder (Alt+Up) in another window selection is lost when both windows show the same folder.
- Start Terminal
- open /boot /boot/home
- Press Alt+Up
You should see that background window (/boot) got selection with home folder being selected.
Sometimes (more often with largish packages) Expander quits before it's done extracting a package. Experienced with openjdk and haiku-hrev1 packages. Extracting with package extract always works as intended. I'm not sure if it's hpkg related or not. I seem to recall the same with large zip files too.
I have "Automatically show contents listing" enabled in Expander prefs. Lately I've became annoyed that when I need to see "provides" section in a package I need to wait for Expander to finish listing and then scroll all the way to the top. It would be much more convenient if once scrollbar is moved/clicks it kept building listing but wouldn't scroll to the bottom.