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.
Clicking outside of the search feild doesn't remove blue border completely.
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.
Fixed in hrev47565.
use unpacked scanlines when rendering gradients. * There is no point in trying to pack the scanlines in a gradient, as it is very likely that each pixel will have a different color. * Moreover, the packed scanline generator will assume all pixels in the * scanline have the same alpha value (for faster blending), and it may * not be the case. Fixes #2946. Thanks to stippi and jessicah who helped tracking and understanding the issue.
Add more alpha gradient test cases * Add a vertical linear gradient. This bypasses AGG and uses a faster code path, which works. * Add gradients drawn in a ClipToPicture() context. This uses an * unpacked scanline rasterizer, which works. This hints to the problem being the use of a packed scanline rasterizer, with agg gradients touching the alpha channel.
Seems to be a dupe of #6673.
Simplify code using BString features. * No functional changes * Why do in 10 lines what can be done in 1?
Running cl-amp (downloaded from haikuware) will crash registrar while registering mime types.
Bump revisions of gcc_x86 & haikuwebkit for gcc2h. This will pull in the requirement for a newer haiku revision, as the fix to WebPositive lies in haiku, not haikuwebkit.