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Implemented in hrev49356.
I put a workaround in hrev49353. Basically, you could have a situation like this :
bigtime_t before = system_time();
bigtime_t after = system_time();
and you could have some cases where after - before < 1 (either 0 or negative). When used in the division right after, you would have a division by 0 (NaN) that would break the logic further down and poison the animation as the ratio is calculated from the ratio calculated in the previous cycle.. NaN * NaN, etc..
So, I made sure the after-before was at least 1 and it seems to work ok. Since the time calculation was more or less only there to calculate a load ratio, it doesn't have to be extra accurate.
Guest One's Haiku Repository, Haikuarchives and Haikuports not working.
screenshot 1, 2, 3 attached
Should be fixed in hrev49346. Thanks!
fcntl.h should define F_DUPFD_CLOEXEC, see Posix 2008
You cannot browse sites that return IPv6 addresses.
In the recent builds I can browse only haiku sites. Can't browse google, youtube etc.
Thanks for your patch! I've applied it in hrev49339 -- I reworked the confusing use of ctime, though, as that does have a different meaning in POSIX.
It was, and it's a GCC4-only change anyway.
Seeing an ABI change in BRosterLaunch::Launch per Pe.
This ticket is to review the change to make sure it was on purpose as designed.
~> lpe test resolve symbol "_ZNK7BRoster6LaunchEPKciPPcPi" returned -...
That translates to:
BRoster::Launch(char const*, int, char**, int*) const;
When shelling into a GCC4 build environment with 'setarch x86', the PATH statement changes to point to the ~/x86 directories. LIBRARY_PATH should change likewise, but doesn't. This leads to 'library not found' errors, especially when using languages like Pascal.
Can be seen by dumping the environment to the terminal with the 'env' command.
This isn't a bug in Haiku. I just need to change OpenJDK to use getaddrinfo instead of gethostbyname_r.
Downloading a large file at a high rate with wget results in "Interrupted system call" messages.
sshd is complaining of a missing symbol "innetgr" in the network kit.