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<zdykstra> lol
<OscarL> (on another universe) an octopus version of zdykstra is wondering where half of his keyboards went.
<zdykstra> hah
<badkeming[m]> ;)
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<OscarL> zdykstra: might be worthwhile to open a ticket attaching the output of listusb.
<zdykstra> yup, I'll collect a bit of info and then see if there's anything close to this as an open ticket
<OscarL> *thumbs up*
<OscarL> BTW badkeming[m], thanks for the smiles your nick had to provoked me on several occasions.
<OscarL> s/had to/had/
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<nekobot> [haiku/haiku] c2f017dd255e - platform/efi/riscv64: Drop extra SetSatp before jumping into kernel
<OscarL> Mmm, I'm always *really* suspicious when my code changes compile OK on the first try. Half expecting a KDL when I try the binary :-/
<OscarL> No KDL and everything seems to work? Spooky!
<zdykstra> somewhere in an alternate universe, a Haiku system just crashed
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<waddlesplash> zdykstra: lots of USB HID devices report multiple keyboards for random rasons
<waddlesplash> there are tickets about trying to deal with this, yes
<OscarL> zdykstra: most certainly :-D
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<OscarL> Is strictly necessary (or preferable?) to call .String() when passing a BString to a method that accepts "const char*" ?
<OscarL> I ask because I'm seeing (in the same file) code that uses both forms (calling that, or just passing the BString), and I would prefer to make my changes be consistent with "The Right Way" (TM).
<OscarL> (first uses .String(), the latter doesn't)
* OscarL wishes he was from an alternate universe where he wouldn't need to ask such basic questions :-/
<OscarL> I guess it is obviously not "strictly necessary" (seeing the above works, and BString has an "operator const char*() const"). Still, is one preferred over the other?
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<OscarL> I'm torn between "explicit is better than implicit" (going for .String()), and the succinctness of the operator :-D
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<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] augiedoggie a09ce5c - sfxr: add recipe for 1.2.1 (#7934)
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<augiedoggie> too tired to do a recipe for it tonight :P
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<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] enzo1982 09c5b59 - smooth: add patch to fix crash in CPUID code (#7933)
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<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli 090057b - opentoonz: enable x86
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<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] Begasus 9ff4776 - libkiwix, revbump for fixed libzim (meson) (#7935)
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<Begasus> g'morning peeps
<win8linux[m]> Good morn!
<win8linux[m]> There's a new discussion regarding the theming of KDE apps (and Qt apps in general) on non-Qt desktops:
<win8linux[m]> This may potentially affect how ported Qt-based apps look in Haiku.
<win8linux[m]> This also covers Qt applications using QML/Kirigami (e.g. NeoChat), which at the moment don't look as well-integrated as those using QtWidgets.
<win8linux[m]> nephele: Part of this discussion involves handling colour schemes and dark modes. Would this be relevant to your work on a Haiku dark mode?
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] Begasus pushed 1 commit to master [+0/-0/±1]
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] Begasus f312b52 - libzim, rebuild with updated meson (part 2) (#7936)
<Begasus> I think 3dEyes is probably following that win8linux[m]
<win8linux[m]> So am I, ever since the discussion started in the KDE VDG Matrix room.
<win8linux[m]> Think I also saw bitigchi in there too?
<Begasus> k, let's see if libzim is fine now
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<win8linux[m]> Really don't want KDE apps to force Breeze on non-Plasma/non-Qt desktops.
<win8linux[m]> Someone already suggested as much there via KDE making a libadwaita equivalent.
<win8linux[m]> * libadwaita equivalent for Breeze.
<BarmenduChakraborty[m]> Good morning Begasus win8linux
<Begasus> G'morning BarmenduChakraborty[m] long time no see :)
<BarmenduChakraborty[m]> Begasus: Got through with my university exams. Trying to complete the code submission for GSoC now
<BarmenduChakraborty[m]> not much time left
<Begasus> Fingers crossed, good luck!
<BarmenduChakraborty[m]> After all the GSoC stuff gets over, would like to learn about all the HaikuPorts stuff you all keep working on
<BarmenduChakraborty[m]> I've got no knowledge in that field
<BarmenduChakraborty[m]> Begasus: Thank you Begasus sama
<Begasus> Just give a yell when you want to do some things there BarmenduChakraborty[m] :)
<BarmenduChakraborty[m]> Begasus: :D sure
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] Begasus pushed 1 commit to master [+0/-0/±1]
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] Begasus 5681047 - libkiwix, revbump for updated libzim (meson part 2) (#7937)
<Begasus> k, that should fix it now
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<Begasus> k, that's one down :)
<Begasus> I'm guessing there is no libsocket on 64bit?
<bitigchi[m]1> <win8linux[m]> "Think I also saw bitigchi in..." <- Yep, that’s me
<bitigchi[m]1> I did not catch up with the discussion yet, I’ll have a re-read later on
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli pushed 1 commit to master [+0/-0/±1]
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli eeeb463 - jdreplace: trigger x86 build
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<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli pushed 1 commit to master [+0/-0/±2]
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli e47affa - opentoonz: fix x86 build
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli pushed 1 commit to master [+0/-0/±1]
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli 2c58efd - ninja: depends on cmd:zsh
<x512[m]> > korli 2c58efd - ninja: depends on cmd:zsh
<x512[m]> Really?
<x512[m]> Bash can't be used?
<win8linux[m]> That's surprising.
<win8linux[m]> Is this done due to some unexpected behaviour or quirk with Haiku's bash?
<win8linux[m]> IDK
<win8linux[m]> Heard of Bashisms before, but not much of anything similar for ZSH.
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli pushed 7 commits to master [+0/-0/±7]
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli c837574 - git-cola: build on x86
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli c89e9bb - jdtextedit: build on x86
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli 1ffd27f - qutebrowser: build on x86
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] ... and 4 more commits.
<Habbie> x512[m], win8linux[m], you need to read the diff more and the commit message less :)
<Habbie> (it's just a zsh completion package for ninja)
<Begasus> lol
<Begasus> hi Habbie :)
<Habbie> morning!
<win8linux[m]> lmao
<Begasus> still is yes
<win8linux[m]> Wait, cmd:zsh is not the actual shell?
<Begasus> Habbie, according to your name at the PR's I gather you are Dutch?
<Habbie> i am
<x512[m]> Why is it needed? I don't remember that I compiled zsh for riscv64, but compiled and used ninja.
<Habbie> win8linux[m], ninja_zsh, which is tabcompletions for ninja in zsh, needs zsh
<Habbie> ninja does not need zsh
<Begasus> NL or BE? (I'm in Belgium)
<Habbie> NL
<Begasus> Nice to see fellow Dutch people here, we need more :)
<Habbie> :)
<Begasus> so, no libsocket on 64bit, guess I might as well patch sock to use libnetwork on 32bit too then
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<Begasus> nice, sock builds fine on both arch's :)
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<Begasus> waddlesplash, PR for sock created:
<Begasus> used the one you linked, the one freebsd uses errors out (one for IPPROTO_SCTP being undeclared ...)
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<x512[m]> Begasus: Can somebody explain what is "sock"?
<Begasus> x512[m], done per request:
<Begasus> In TCP/IP Illustrated Vol. 1, Richard Stevens used a program called "sock" to demonstrate the many properties of TCP/IP. Unfortunately
<Begasus> ...
<Begasus> cython and pyzmq need a rebuild I guess (checking)
<Begasus> my bad it seems, only pyzmq needs a fix (cmd:cython${pythonVersion}${secondaryArchSuffix}) (cython doesn't have the suffix anymore) :P
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] Begasus pushed 1 commit to master [+0/-0/±1]
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] Begasus 3f748ac - pyzmq, fix build (#7939)
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] Begasus pushed 1 commit to master [+0/-0/±1]
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] Begasus c11c1f1 - openshot, rebuild for fixed pyzmq (#7940)
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<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] threedeyes e624c2a - Telegram: bump for rebuild
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<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] threedeyes c86dd26 - tg_owt: bump for rebuild
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<BarmenduChakraborty[m]> does someone know the keyboard shortcut to capture a screenshot on haiku?
<zard> It appears to be the print screen key (I executed "sendkey print" on qemu)
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<nekobot> [haiku/haiku] fa39528cf958 - AboutSystem: update kernel date from the replicant constructor.
<n0toose[m]> dear person who manages haikudepot featured packets, could you replace Wireshark with Wireshark GUI?
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<nekobot> [haiku/haiku] 1f40cad2635b - ActivityMonitor: never show settings window off-screen
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<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] waddlesplash pushed 1 commit to master [+3/-0/±0]
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] Begasus abdbc50 - sock, new recipe (#7938)
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<nosycat> I'd like to show everyone a screenshot. It's not big deal, but makes me giddy:
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<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli b553e1c - opentoonz: add deskbar link and a vector icon
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli pushed 1 commit to master [+1/-0/±0]
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] korli d05ee0d - opentoonz: missing rdef
<Habbie> nosycat, woo :)
<nosycat> :)
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<Habbie> nosycat, perhaps you know this - is Qt telling Haiku to render Haiku UI elements? or is this a faithful copy of Haiku elements in Qt5?
<waddlesplash> there is a QHaikuStyle which uses BControlLook to render the UI elements
<nosycat> I didn't know that. So basically it asks the OS how it's supposed to look / draw controls?
<nosycat> In any event it has OS-specific stock icons and keyboard shortcuts.
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<PulkoMandy> we provide a "control look" class that can draw various parts of controls on a BView, and the Qt port has a special ahiku "style" to make use of that code
<PulkoMandy> for icons it is handled separately, the icons are converted to SVG(normally in haiku apps we use HVIF which is a lot more compact) and then packaged in the format and filenames that Qt expects
<nosycat> Sounds like a lot of work, but so worth it.
<PulkoMandy> if we were afraid of a lot of work we would not be writing an OS from scratch :D
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<OscarL> welcome back Begasus :-)
<nosycat> o/
<OscarL> Hola nosycat :)
<OscarL> Mmm, noticed that the merging of one of my changes caused an already approved (but not yet merged) change proposal, to be marked as "Merge Conflict" ( Oops!
<Begasus> Hi OscarL nosycat :)
<OscarL> Thankfully, it is pretty easy to rebase and resolve the conflict. Albeit... not sure if I should upload an updated patchset for that, or if the original author should do so (bitigchi[m]1 in this case, sorry for getting in the way of your patch! :-D)
<bitigchi[m]1> OscarL: I will fix it later on
<bitigchi[m]1> No problem
<bitigchi[m]1> waddlesplash, can I poke you after rebasing? I have other patches waiting in line fixing similar stuff :)
<waddlesplash> don't know why I need to be poked in particular, patches submitted to Gerrit get reviewed by anybody
<waddlesplash> but I suppose so
<Begasus> Wanted to poke you for the sock PR waddlesplash but I see you merged it :)
<waddlesplash> indeed
<Begasus> Hope it does what it is meant to do
<Begasus> n0toose[m], build is fine here and ddnet_srv launches ok on 32bit, but DDNet itself still crashes, so if it's working fine for you on 64bit just disable 32bit in the recipe for now
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<Habbie> waddlesplash, awesome, and something similar for GTK?
<Habbie> and somehow wayland or x11 is still in between?
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<nekobot> [haiku/haiku] 6f4e837685c7 - filetypes: fix incorrect usage
<zdykstra> I don't think wayland/x11 is in place for QT applications. They've been ported for quite a while now.
<Habbie> right
<Habbie> ah, but gtk runs on the wayland or x11 layer?
<zdykstra> that's how I understand it, yup. An expert can hopefully correct me if I'm wrong :)
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<Begasus> wb nephele :)
<nephele> Thank you begasus
* OscarL starts building Python 3.7.16, attempting to fix the last remaining known issue with install paths.
<OscarL> Hope my CPU doesn't melts :-/
<OscarL> (it's kinda hot down here right now... 39 C)
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<augiedoggie_> 3.7 should just go away :P
<OscarL> yup! going EOL in 3 months.
<OscarL> But.. as I need to apply the same little patch to all of the python versions... why not start with the older one :-D
<augiedoggie_> there are too many python versions in the ports repo, 3.8 should be dropped too
<OscarL> augiedoggie_: totally agree, I was rooting for 3.10 as default on beta4, sadly I failed to fix the install issues in time (and thankfully, korli stepped up and did 99.9% of the necessary work :-D)
<OscarL> just trying to do the remaining 0.01% now :-D
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<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] augiedoggie pushed 1 commit to master [+0/-0/±1]
<botifico> [haikuports/haikuports] augiedoggie dbcafdc - php8: rebuild
<Begasus> k, done for today, cu peeps!
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<Habbie> Adrien Destugues submitted a new Haiku OS icon, based on official Haiku OS artwork.
<augiedoggie> the old one was awful
<Habbie> heh
<augiedoggie> i was using my own custom icon but i was too lazy to submit it upstream :P
<Habbie> sadly i'm about to install a slightly older refind so i'll have to deal with the old one for a bit
<augiedoggie> you can use custom icons
<Habbie> i believe that, but i probably won't :)
<nephele> You can also just replace the icon with the one pulkomandy submitted :)
<nephele> in the old version
<augiedoggie> that's what i was implying
<PulkoMandy> yes, icons are just installed as png files in the EFI partition so it's easy to replace
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<Habbie> oh i see a dir
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<OscarL> Habbie: "Error: Error: Patch file python3.8-3.8.16.patchset is not referenced in PATCHES, so it will not be used" Nice :-D
<Habbie> :D
<OscarL> "Error: Error" :P
<Habbie> oh
<Habbie> how did you get that?
<OscarL> I've renamed the patchset, but forgot to update the filename on the recipe
<Habbie> i mean the double Error:
<Habbie> or did i just mess up :)
<OscarL> So I ended up with:
<OscarL> "Error: Patch file python3.8-3.8.16.patchset is not referenced in PATCHES, so it will not be used"
<OscarL> and then the message above.
<Habbie> locally? or in github actions?
<OscarL> locally.
<Habbie> ok
<OscarL> Just wanted to point out that your change worked! (only then I've noticed the "Error: Error" after pasting it here)
<Habbie> got it :)
<Habbie> will check the duplication
<Habbie> ok, so i can boot bios->refind->grub->haiku
<Habbie> don't know why i'd want that
<Habbie> but i can!
<nephele> that sounds overcomplicated and error prone :D
<Habbie> it was not the goal
<Habbie> but i added refind last
<Habbie> i can also boot bios->refind->haiku i trust :)
<nephele> refind can boot haiku directly, no need to involve grub
<Habbie> ack
<zdykstra> assuming you put the haiku loader on your ESP, yeah
<Habbie> zdykstra, i did, grub needed that to boot haiku too, it seemed
<zdykstra> everything will need to, since the haiku loader is what speaks bfs
<Habbie> ack
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<Habbie> yes, refind boots haiku fine :)
<Habbie> the haiku entry in grub has now become useless
* OscarL shouts: BootManager on MBR for life! (or while he has only BIOS machines, at least)
<Habbie> :)
<nephele> grub2 just seems bad wherever it is, if you have efi using gummiboot or efistub is much nicer for linux
<nephele> (or well systemd-boot is also gummiboot)
<zdykstra> I used to hate EFI, but after writing a ton of tooling to boot root-on-ZFS I've grown to love it
<Habbie> i think i want to switch to systemd-boot, yes
<Habbie> especially now that i have refind
<Habbie> (or switch to efistub)
<nephele> i don't have that much experience with systemd-boot, but i have tons of bad experience with grub :D
<Habbie> need to see what's easy with debian 12
<nephele> Ubuntu has an efistub kernel by default
<zdykstra> nephele: GRUB being a dumpster fire is what prompted me to write my own replacement for it :)
<nephele> the problem is that if you do this you have to manually update the kernel after kernel updates
<nephele> since you copy it to the ESP
<Habbie> OscarL, so uhm, do you get Error: Error: *from hp --lint* ?
<nephele> so systemd-boot may be more reliable if you don't want that extra step
<Habbie> nephele, ah
<OscarL> Habbie: just from "hp -b python3.8"
<Habbie> zdykstra, which replacement is that?
<Habbie> OscarL, ah -b
<nephele> zdykstra: Hmm, a grub replacement? for zfs root i've only dabbled in hacking the alpine linux installer once to support this :)
<OscarL> (I need to add a small patch in there :-D)
<Habbie> OscarL, ok i see it
<nephele> I also ported 0ad to alpine linux... but it doesn't seem to be in their repos :D
<Habbie> OscarL, good news, it's not my fault ;)
<zdykstra> nephele: - it's exclusively for root-on-ZFS systems though
<nephele> Ah... i'll have to read it later
<OscarL> Habbie: wish I could experience something like that! :-P
<nephele> no dark mode makes my eyes hurt :/
<zdykstra> yeah, waiting for sphinx theme to get a patch so I can default to it
<nephele> you shouldn't need to default anything, a well behaved theme would allow the user to pick which mode is preffered :)
<zdykstra> default to the theme that respects dark mode
<Habbie> OscarL, other messages have it too: Error: Error: SUMMARY must start with a capital letter (/boot/home/haikuports/dev-util/pkgdiff/pkgdiff-1.7.2.recipe).
<nephele> ah, that makes more sense
<nephele> I wonder if we have any sphinx docs i should update
<PulkoMandy> yes, we have
<nephele> this is docs/develop in the sourcetree I assume
<nephele> thansk, i'll check it out :)
<Habbie> oh, quick question if i may before i consume those docs - can i rebuild, say, the dosfs driver and load it separately? or would this always involve a kernel build and a reboot?
<nephele> you can blacklist kernel add ons and load them from the non-packaged directory
<nephele> ... but you still need to reboot :)
<OscarL> Speaking of dark-mode... <<< can're read the code samples there (text is black on really-dark)
<Habbie> nephele, right, no runtime loading?
<nephele> if it's a big problem for you you can use qemu maybe?
<nephele> I don't think so no
<Habbie> it's not a big problem, was just wondering
<PulkoMandy> there is some runtime loading but not for everything
<PulkoMandy> basically if you can unplug/replug the device, the driver will be reloaded
<nephele> OscarL: I'll happily fix such stuff if it's in a ticket ;), i think in this case it may be already
<PulkoMandy> a more generic thing could probably be added
<Habbie> PulkoMandy, right, and a bit of debugging printf will tell me in syslog whether i got my new version loaded
<PulkoMandy> nephele, it looks like Sphinx is considering removing some of the themes from their default release package, so if you update the haiku theme, maybe let them know
<nephele> I thought we aren't using the haiku theme?
<nephele> that is, they re-created a theme based on ours
<PulkoMandy> they created a haiku theme based on our doxygen theme for
<PulkoMandy> then I used that for docs/develop
<nephele> Ah, i see
<OscarL> nephele: cool, thanks! (Seems to be
<OscarL> Habbie: drivers using the legacy-driver API seem to be able to be be (re)loaded no problem, at least on my experience with misc/poke, and while writing drivers for the ITE 87xx SuperIO chips, and for AMD CPU temp sensors.
<Habbie> ok, neat
<OscarL> the ones using the newer API, are a bit less convenient :-D
<OscarL> "I just replaced the driver binary, why does this acts like the previous version?"... "oh... forgot to reboot!" :-/
* OscarL seems to fall for that on the regular :-D
<Habbie> :)
<Habbie> just add 'reboot' to your make target ;)
<nephele> OscarL:
<nephele> that better?
<OscarL> LOL at me trying to scroll on that image :-P. Yes nephele, much better! :-D
<nephele> There
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<Habbie> i found out why i thought strace didn't get filenames from open() etc.
<Habbie> -f is fast, not follow forks :D
<zdykstra> lol
<Habbie> strace does not like to trace python scripts
<Habbie> need to explicitly say 'python3 haikuporter/haikuporter'
<nephele> well, that is that dark mode thing sorted
<nephele> do you have a second one? otherwise i'll go play sims 1 :D
<OscarL> re: the docs css... thank you nephele!
<OscarL> go play :-D
<nephele> unified diff doesn't work in gerrit in webpositive anymore .-.
<nephele> thanks :D
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<AlienSoldier> found a tracker bug, i can make thing disapear ofscreen. Take a traker window and put it halfway offscreen to the right. expand the "Name" section to send the size offscreen. Slide it back and you will see white emptiness, not redrawing as we are sliding it back.
<AlienSoldier> The name,size,created etc... work fine, only the content on white disapear.
<Habbie> OscarL, well, this is special, I have -no clue- where that second Error: comes from
<OscarL> Spooky :-D
<Habbie> yes
<OscarL> AlienSoldier: Also spooky :-D
<OscarL> I can reproduce it here.
<AlienSoldier> the amiga OS guys knew you must not venture outside the border of the screen, paranolmal and statue of liberty in the sand is there.
<OscarL> "statue of liberty in the sand" ah... that's from the original "Planet of the Apes", right? (I think I saw it on a B&W TV)
<zdykstra> oh man, I haven't seen that movie in years
<AlienSoldier> more the first adaptation of the novel, but yeas, first movie.
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<Habbie> OscarL, turns out hp might cache errors on disk!
<Habbie> OscarL, you know, like when you rebuild a module and it doesn't get reloaded.. i changed code and did not see a change :D
<OscarL> them bugs more insidious than Argentine Ants :-(
<Habbie> :)
<OscarL> "real 6m16,590s" to build Python3.8? that's way too fast... Oh... it failed :-/
<Habbie> :>
<OscarL> Renamed the python38 to python3.8 for consistency, but forgot to rename it in the PROVIDES, heh.
<OscarL> Still, VMware is indeed faster than VBox (still slower than QEMU/KVM).
<zdykstra> what hardware are you running on, OscarL ?
<OscarL> I finally entered the Quad Core era in Jun 2022... after changing my Athlon II X2 for a Phenom II X4.
<OscarL> DDR2 @ 800.... kill me now.
<zdykstra> hey on the plus side, if you had any more cores you'd really feel your memory speed
<Habbie> lol
<Habbie> Warning: Found old repository format - repopulating the repository ...
<Habbie> this can take really long on a slow machine
<OscarL> zdykstra: this mobo would implode with a Phenom II x6 anyway :-D
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<OscarL> I *almost* bought an AMD 4700S 13 months ago... (was really cheap, specially considering prices here in Argentina). Now... it got WAY too expensive, and is still one of the cheapest alternatives for me.
<OscarL> Oh well... who needs speed? (/me sniffs)
<zdykstra> do you have any good resources like eBay? I get a lot of stuff there that's come off of a corporate lease.
<OscarL> Nah... and the local second-hand market is mostly inexistent. We use things till they are absolutely trash-level.
<OscarL> "real 6m19,638s" and this time the package was built. nice... around 1:30 faster than on VBox.
<OscarL> (Maybe more like 1 minute faster, really)
<OscarL> Someday I'll get me a R5 5600G. For now.... I pretend that I'm a retro-computing hardcore enthusiast :-P
<Habbie> ohh, surprise Haiku reboot
<zdykstra> I haven't actually had one of those - what happened?
<Habbie> i don't know
<Habbie> it's the second one this week
<Habbie> haikuports was repopulating the repository
<Habbie> which it did many times before, this evening
<zdykstra> then just bam, reboot?
<Habbie> and suddenly i see rEFInd popping up in the corner of my eye
<OscarL> Jeez... out of the blue, I was getting really weird results while testing my Python{3.7,3.8} packages... seems like Python was importing a stray "" I just happen to have lying around since months ago :-(
* OscarL kicks himself.
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<waddlesplash> Habbie: uhh, do you have an AMD FX processor
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<dqk_> i do have one, the 9590 which needs the biggest motherboard of this generation (an asus rog) to be able to run without problem
<dqk_> obviously the biggest rad you can find is also needed to tame the beast
<dqk_> at least you can compile on all 8 cores and double it's use as a space heater, great in winter
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<zdykstra> is there any documentation on using/configuring netfs ?
<OscarL> Maybe this zdykstra ?
<OscarL> a bit old, but... :-D
<zdykstra> is netfs basically a haiku-native network filesystem ?
<OscarL> Would appear so, judging by: "NetFS is a native Haiku network file system that provides peer-to-peer networking capabilities for computers running Haiku on a LAN and includes full support for BFS attributes and live queries."
<PulkoMandy> Yes
<PulkoMandy> I mean, what else could "netfs" possibly mean? :>
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<zdykstra> it could be a GUI manager for network filesystems in general (samba, nfs)
<PulkoMandy> Network preferences already can do some of that. Only fusesmb-haiku makes use of it currwntly
<OscarL> at one point, I thought it was an NFS client (like.. to connect to linux's nfs), but... I'm known to confuse things.
<BarmenduChakraborty[m]> Hey PulkoMandy , Would you be able to help with some 3rd party stuff?
<PulkoMandy> Yes, there are two nfs clients in haiku as well
<PulkoMandy> Not now, it's midnight and I'm going to sleep
<BarmenduChakraborty[m]> No problems. Have a good night :)
<Habbie> waddlesplash, with GX-415GA
<Habbie> but i run 64 bit
<Habbie> ah is also for 64
<OscarL> attempting to build Python 3.10.10, this will take a while... (due to "--enable-optimizations")... good think temps are dropping a bit :-D
<Habbie> just put your machine outside and overclock it to 15 GHz
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<BiPolar> aaand, that Python build attempt was too much for my Windows host (PC crashed :-D)
<BiPolar> Trying on the "real thing" now.
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