Does not happen anymore in HaikuWebkit 1.4.
Steps to reproduce:
- Go to 'https://www.bankofamercia.com'
- In the text box labeled, 'Enter your Online ID', enter your online ID.
- Click on the 'Sign In' button.
- Instead of the sitekey/passcode entry screen, you will see a page that asks again for your 'Online ID', As if there was nothing in the text box when you clicked on the 'Sign In' button.
Libtool fails to build saying there is no defined references to "_tls_get_addr". The patches to haiku source tree and cross ports that fix the issue are attached with this report.
I got a kernel panic after booting up, not sure why it occured I can't reproduce. I'm running hrev47449, I have attached a picture of the kdl output.
I got a kernel panic. I believe I might have knocked a mounted usb drive. I am running hrev47449. I have attached a screenshot.
Fix two problems with chunked gzipped HTTP replies. * receiveEnd is set in a different place in case of chunked transfers, which would cause the decompressor to never be flushed. * In the case of chunked transfers, we call Flush() without any input data (to flush only whatever is remaining in the decompression buffer). This causes ZLib to return Z_BUF_ERROR which is translated to B_BUFFER_OVERFLOW. This is a non-fatal error and is expected behavior in that case. Don't handle this as an error, and do use the extracted data. Fixes various cases of missing the last chunk of a page (pastie.org, Google search results, and more).
Remove test that can't work. I didn't mean to commit this. Sorry again.
Add WizzNic * Update sdl_image_x86 to a version that can load PNG files * Update giflib_x86 to match what's required by the new SDL_image package
Update Web+ bookmark for nightly images Moved from haiku-files to download.haiku-os.org. Thanks to bbjimmy for reporting!
Some more packages - libao updated - libid3tag (for MPD) - pciutils (for flashrom) - links
runtime_loader: only add ABI directories to system library paths It only makes sense to add the ABI directories to library paths created by Haiku itself. E.g. on a gcc2h build, appending x86. This also fixes build issues where LIBRARY_PATH is amended, and the target binaries and libraries are in different locations. Note: the develop lib directories were excluded, as runtime_loader shouldn't be looking at these in the first place.