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Ticket #11071 ([Package Kit] can't install some packages) created

Sat, 2014-07-26 07:53

hrev47569.

~> pkgman list
        Haiku
                base-url:  http://download.haiku-os.org/haiku-repositories/master/x86_gcc2/current/
                priority:  1
        HaikuPorts
                base-url:  http://packages.haiku-os.org/haikuports/master/repo/x86_gcc2/current
                priority:  1
~> pkgman search openjdk_x86
Status  Name                 Description
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        openjdk_x86          Open-source implementation of the Java Platform, SE
~> pkgman install openjdk_x86
Downloading repochecksum-1...
##################################################
Finished downloading repochecksum-1.
Validating checksum for Haiku...
Validating checksum for Haiku complete.
Downloading repochecksum-1...
##################################################
Finished downloading repochecksum-1.
Validating checksum for HaikuPorts...
Validating checksum for HaikuPorts complete.
*** failed to find a match for "openjdk_x86": Name not found
Categories: Development

Ticket #11070 (Webpositive won't open links for localhost on port other than 80) created

Sat, 2014-07-26 03:53

Hello,

I was using Fossil in Haiku, and noticed that its web interface via fossil ui no longer works in Web+. (Note that fossil ui automatically launches Web+ after it is entered in the terminal.)

I get the following error dialog box in Web+ after running fossil ui from the command line...

Error loading ​http://localhost:8080/doc/tip/www/index.wiki: Connection refused

If I run fossil ui --port 80, then it works perfectly. Any port other than 80 results in the "connection refused" error message. Qupzilla loads the URL just fine regardless of the port, so it only affects Web+. Also, using 127.0.0.1 instead of localhost does not at all remedy the problem, as I tried that as well to be thorough.

Steps to reproduce:

$ pkgman install fossil
$ mkdir repos fossil
$ cd repos
$ fossil clone ​http://fossil-scm.org fossil.fsl
$ cd ../fossil
$ fossil open ../repos/fossil.fsl
$ fossil ui

Please note this is a GCC2 hybrid build, hrev47571, running HaikuWebKit 1.4.1-3.

(The About window for Web+ needs updated, as it mentions HaikuWebKit 1.4.0 still.)

Categories: Development

Ticket #11069 ([package_daemon] Investigate use-after-frees detected by Coverity) closed

Fri, 2014-07-25 21:17
no change required:

I looked over the report and Coverity is technically right in that a pointer to a freed object is passed as an argument. However the use is not problematic, as the only action happening is that the BObjectList or rather its base class _PointerList_ removes the pointer from the list (the list isn't owning so it also doesn't delete twice). There is no actual interaction with the pointed to (and freed) object. I closed the CID as "intentional" with this reasoning as a comment and will close this ticket as "no change required".

Categories: Development

Ticket #11069 ([package_daemon] Investigate use-after-frees detected by Coverity) created

Fri, 2014-07-25 18:28

Specifically the four tagged as 1108467, these look somewhat related to various open tickets here.

I'm guessing that most of the RemoveItem() calls should be RemoveItem(..., false) calls in order to fix these bugs, but I'm not positive so I'll leave this here for Ingo to investigate.

Categories: Development

Ticket #11068 (Setting up framebuffer raises a floating point exception) created

Fri, 2014-07-25 14:00

When trying to setup the framebuffer, a floating point exception is raised. The fault is actually when a value is written to CM_CLKSEL_DSS. For now, the process has been disabled by setting gFramebuffer to NULL and a TODO has been included.

Categories: Development

Ticket #11067 (Kernel loaded to virtual address that overlaps with loader) created

Fri, 2014-07-25 13:58

Currently, the kernel gets loaded at the virtual address where loader is present; this will cause problem later on. The patch attached with this report moves the entire memory map to a higher memory address which prevents the loader from being overwritten.

Categories: Development

Ticket #11066 (KDL on shutdown after network dropped) created

Thu, 2014-07-24 13:48

I was trying to ftp files into my virtualbox Haiku install of hrev47509 and kept having the network stop working after a few hundred files (I was transferring over 100,000 files).

So I would restart Haiku and the transfers would pick back up once it restarted and reinitialized the network interfaces. I kept doing this over and over and it would keep dropping the connection or just locking up entirely every few hundred files.

On one of the times I went to restart it after the network stopped working but the OS still seemed fine, I got this KDL as it was shutting down to restart.

Categories: Development

Ticket #11065 ([WebPositive] focus doesn't disappear completely at google.com search ...) created

Thu, 2014-07-24 12:12

hrev47565.

Clicking outside of the search feild doesn't remove blue border completely.


Categories: Development

Ticket #11064 ([package_daemon] haikuporter triggers system package activation) created

Thu, 2014-07-24 11:39

hrev47565.

Happened to me twice already. While haikuporter was building a package I ran pkgman update.
When haikuporter finished doing its thing it exited with a weird message. Any cli app were Killed by Death after that, so I had to reboot.

Categories: Development

Ticket #11063 (cl-amp crashes registrar) closed

Thu, 2014-07-24 08:24
duplicate:

Seems to be a dupe of #6673.

Categories: Development

Ticket #11063 (cl-amp crashes registrar) created

Thu, 2014-07-24 06:15

hrev47550.

Running cl-amp (downloaded from haikuware) will crash registrar while registering mime types.

Categories: Development

Ticket #11062 (Text rendering is poor) closed

Wed, 2014-07-23 13:46
duplicate:

Duplicate of #7797.

Categories: Development

Ticket #11062 (Text rendering is poor) created

Wed, 2014-07-23 13:38

Installing Microsoft Web Fonts, and setting Terminal to use Courier New, the text rendering is far, far too light. Some characters are barely recognisable.

Turning off hinting makes some fonts look more reasonable (Courier New), although it then looks a bit fuzzy, and other fonts too heavy.

Categories: Development