Latest Bugs & Tasks
When selecting a mail to read, I get logged out of roundcube. The same happens when selecting a contact in the adressbook for editing.
When sending a mail, an error message occures (very fast - too fast to read) and the mail is not send, but I am not logged out of roundcube.
The selection of a mail folder works and mails are shown in the table. When composing a mail, adresses can be selected from the adressbook.
Haiku nightly hrev47851 in VirtualBox
Appears to load fine but the loading wheel on the site continues to turn and it wont accept any input, then after a few minutes W+ crashes.
Using HaikuWebkit 1.4.4 with hrev47850 gcc2h, I've encountered a website (http://www.spiegel.de), that looks really strange.
In the upper part text is rendered fine:
In the lower part, text seems "pixelated":
With HaikuWebkit 1.4.3 the pixelated texts were missing (there was just a white area).
Additionally, if you scroll further down, WebPositive freezes quite often (debug report attached). Most of the time you can reproduce this - at least on my machine - by scrolling down to the pixelated area (sometimes it's already frozen at this point), switch to another tab and go back and try to scroll either using scroll bars or up/down arrow keys.
Applied in hrev47853.
Applied in hrev47852.
Gutenprint was updated to version 5.2.10 in May 2014. The current version packaged with Haiku is more than 2 years out of date.
Fixed in hrev47851. Commit c343f75d76653c4daaf630e4b288cec47d20de94 fixes the assertion fail reported in the attached text log. The other commit fixes the failure from the attached photo (or rather, I encountered a failure that looked quite similar to the photo when I looked at it from the other side of the room and that patch fixed it).
Updated to hrev47850 which includes HaikuWebKit 1.4.4.
WebPositive "About" still shows HaikuWebKit 1.4.3.
hrev47848 media addon server crashes a few seconds after deskbar loads.
br3wski3, thanks for checking.
I have searched but not been able to find any ticket for the 'refreshing repository' error, so please feel free to file one against the servers/package_daemon component. Please attach the picture and include the text as well (to make it searchable).
I'm guessing that adding a hpkg to /boot/system/packages triggers the package daemon to try refreshing the repos, which fails since the laptop is still offline (until a reboot has taken place and the firmware has been loaded).
Identify the components that are responsible for using the most power, and change that.
See http://xfs.org/index.php/Main_Page for more information.