Latest Bugs & Tasks
The catalogs for network settings (add-ons/network_settings/ ) are missing from the pootle translation site. Maybe the reworked Network prefs panel using add-ons since the (more or less) recent make-over by Axel didn't reach Pootle?
Attempted to play the following video on Haiku:
MediaPlayer and media_addon_server both crashed.
Attached: media_addon_server debug report, MediaPlayer debug report, listdev_xw9400
This is a duplicate of #7560.
Open team monitor (CONTROL+ALT+DELETE)
Select CONTROL+ALT+DELETE to bring up the reboot dialog
The force reboot and Cancel buttons are cut off by the bottom of the window (see attached screenshot1)
Ticket #12141 (New windows sometimes are initially created with the titlebar outside the ...) closed
Fixed in hrev49282.
When installing packages locally, the *.pc files are not being installed in ~/config/lib/pkgconfig
Consequently configuration programs which rely on them can't find the package even if it is installed.
The directory cannot be manually created due to this part of the file system being RO, and since it's missing I suspect the files are just hitting the bit bucket.
Ticket #12141 (New windows sometimes are initially created with the titlebar outside the ...) created
I like that HaikuDepot installs local packages. When using it to install an HPKG package locally, the dialog appears on the screen, but it's stuffed in the upper left hand corner, doesn't have a titlebar to grab, and never exits. It does install the package OK though.
Applied in hrev49276.
Desktop::WorkspaceFrame() picks data from the app_server settings directly, without checking if the correct monitor is used. If one has leftover data from a previous monitor, it will pick it instead.
This results in WorkspacesView displaying non-current workspaces with an incorrect scale.
Whilst installing a package, I then clicked on another package to see details, and then another package after that. HaikuDepot then ended up in a crazy loop trying to alternate between drawing each selected entry.
I have a screen capture of the above, just imagine the drawing happening 10x faster ;-)
Attempted to log into the Haiku IRC and Webpositive crashed. Attached debug report.
When closing an application that is using the HDD, disk activity isn't terminated. Instance is 'find' box, which when closed keeps searching directories until it eventually runs out, at which time it will crash Tracker because the parent window isn't there any longer.
Instance is Terminal, which may be used to compile a program and so will keep going for wuite some time unnecessarily.
I believe the correct response to an application being closed is to immediately cancel all disk activity, it must be assumed that the user is either no longer interested in the result or is trying to kill a rampant process.
Fixed in hrev49259.
Use a very big image as the desktop background (see #8778).
Reboot the system, if doesn't show up at first try.
Use the Backgrounds preference to remove the image as the desktop background.
The Tracker doesn't release the huge amount of memory used for the image.
Fixed in hrev49256.
I'm trying to build lyx from their git repository (2.1.3 release is fine), but it segfaults when debugging is enabled. Disabling debugging when building creates a binary that runs without error.
After suggestions from hamishm, I've attached listarea and also syslog output.
Perhaps this is somehow related to the random binary crashes of #10279? CC'ing Ingo in case it is...