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Re: A week in AROS...

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Week of March 13th:
- Windows user port message list is now read protected while intuition iterates over it (Kalamatee)
- Timer's list is now protected in SMP scenarios (Kalamatee)
- AROS x86_64 SMP builds are now available on www.aros.org (Kalamatee)
- Bug in signalling CPU cores has been corrected (mschulz)
- Work on handling ACPI power button events has started (Kalamatee)
- Work on handling inter-processor interrupts continues (mschulz)
- Layout of SysExplorer has been corrected (Kalamatee)
- Workaround for keymaps crashing x86_64 AROS has been implemented (Kalamatee)
- Editor tool has been corrected to work under 64bit (Kalamatee)
- Crash when using Signal() in interrupts has been fixed (mschulz)
- AHI has been corrected to work under 64bit (Kalamatee)

Posted on: 3/20 10:13
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Re: AmiSSL 4.1 Release

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There is no one-size-fits-all. With static ssl you have faster time with market with your applications, with shared you have better maintainability over longer time frame. You see the downside of static when an application is no longer maintained. I.e. I would prefer to use shared version of ssl in Odyssey - its refresh cycle will be slower than that of amissl.

Posted on: 3/20 10:12
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Re: A week in AROS...

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Week of March 6th:
- Autodocs available at www.aros.org has been refreshed (mazze)
- Work on USB hosted driver continues (DizzyOfCRN)
- WaitPort Exec function has been made SMP-safe (Kalamatee)
- A bug in task scheduler in AROS i386/x86_64 has been fixed (mschulz)
- Task finalization is beeing extended with SMP logic (Kalamatee)
- A SMP-enabled raytracer test has been implemented (mschulz)
- Bug in MUI Graph class has been fixed (Kalamatee)
- kms.library now handles situation when keymap is not available (Kalamatee)

Posted on: 3/13 10:39
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Re: A week in AROS...

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Week of February 27th:
- Work on handling inter-processor interrupts continues (mschulz)
- Work on USB hosted driver continues (DizzyOfCRN)
- Fix for handling interrupts on x86_64 implemented (mschulz)
- ScreenMode preferences correctly writes default dimensions to configuration file (neil)
- Libraries loader is being modified to use new Exec locking mechanism (mschulz)
- Detection of menu item boundaries in pop-up menu mode has been corrected (neil)
- Fixes in task scheduling logic in x86_64 implemented (Kalamatee)
- Early boot lookup when configuring ACPI fixed (Kalamatee)
- x86_64 kernel no longer tries handling interrupts before it is setup (Kalamatee)
- Access to Task's message port is now SMP safe (Kalamatee)
- rexxsupport.library and C:ResList, C:DevList, C:LibList is now using new Exec locking mechanism (mschulz)
- Usage of new Exec locking mechanism is introduced to several modules (mschulz)
- AROS x86_64 kernel now calculates per-task CPU usage (mschulz)
- Redraws of MUI List class are optimized to execute only when content changed (Kalamatee)
- Selecting of sorting in SysMon has been fixed (Kalamatee)
- SysMon now displays per task CPU usage (Kalamatee)
- Work on supporting message signalled interrupts in AROS x86_64 kernel started (Kalamatee)
- ShowConfig shows more information about kernel version (Kalamatee)
- MUI List class is now fixed to redraw when dimensions change (Kalamatee)
- Signaling tasks on another CPU core is continues development (mschulz)
- SysMon now continues operating under heavy system load (Kalamatee)
- Trident no longer crashes when querying controller information (DizzyOfCRN)
- USB driver for Linux hosted AROS is now more efficient (DizzyOfCRN)
- AROS repository reached 54000 commits!

Posted on: 3/6 9:41
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Re: OWB annoyances/wishlist

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Hi,

I won't be working on OWB in near future (1 year). I have some other things I have to attend to.


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Re: A week in AROS...

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Week of February 20th:
- Frequency of task scheduling in SMP build has been increased (Kalamatee)
- SysMon has been extended to show core number and used time (Kalamatee)
- CPU load per core is now being measured by AROS kernel (mschulz)
- Work on handling inter-processor interrupts continues (mschulz)
- screenmode.prefs file handling is fixed to always user big endian (neil)
- Bootloader preferences are now available on AROS x86_64 (Kalamatee)
- Finegrained task list update in SysMon has been implemented (Kalamatee)
- processor.resource how support CPU frequency calculation for Core-i processors (mschulz)
- CPU usage meter in SysMon has better resolution (mschulz)
- Work on custom MUI class for presenting graphs started (Kalamatee)
- SysMon is being modified to use the MUI Graph class (Kalamatee)
- Precision of CPU time display in SysMon has been increased (Kalamatee)
- TaskList, Avail, DevList, LibList and ResList has been corrected to properly display 64-bit adresses (mschulz)
- MUI Graph class now supports multiline text (Kalamatee)
- BULK, INTR and ISOC transfers has been made asynchronous in USB hosted driver (DizzyOfCRN)
- SysMon correctly displays more than 4 CPU graphs (Kalamatee)
- Work on making modules loader SMP safe started (Kalamatee)
- PCITool UI has been reworked for better readability (Kalamatee)
- Graph class now correctly deallocates pens (Kalamatee)
- It is not possible to switch between grouped and single CPU displays in SysMon (Kalamatee)
- ata.device now supports bounce buffer in case of DMA transfers outside the 4GB limit (mschulz)
- New locking mechanism is being introduced in exec.library (mschulz)

Posted on: 2/27 10:56
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Re: A week in AROS...

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Week of February 13th:
- Work on spinlock support in kernel continues (mschulz)
- Spinlock now use atomic operations (mschulz)
- Debugging support has been made SMP safe in AROS x86_64 kernel (mschulz)
- MessagePort access is now SMP safe (Kalamatee)
- IOAPIC support is now enabled in AROS i386/x86_64 kernel (Kalamatee)
- C:TaskList now correctly displays CPU time (mschulz)
- CPU time used by task is now correctly calculated (mschulz)
- pcx.datatype has been added to the system (mazze)
- Exec resource lists are now made SMP safe (Kalamatee)
- targa.datatype has been added to the system (mazze)
- Work on handling inter-processor interrupts started (mschulz)
- Signaling tasks on another CPU core is under development (mschulz)

Posted on: 2/20 9:54
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Re: jfif.library gone from nightly builds - OWB won't start up

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jpeg is current a linklib in latest ABIv0. The problem is specific to ABIv0 where there are two C libraries. arosc for compatibility and user applications and stdc for system. jpeg requires passing a FILE * from client application to library. If client is using arosc and jpeg is using stdc, things break.

Posted on: 2/15 11:39
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Re: jfif.library gone from nightly builds - OWB won't start up

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I removed the library during the ABIv0 refresh as there were some problem with it that did not allow it to be used in general use case.

Posted on: 2/13 10:32
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Re: A week in AROS...

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Week of February 6th:
- Zune preferences editor has new icons (mazze)
- Work on spinlock support in kernel continues (Kalamatee)
- Work on SMP support in AROS kernel continues (Kalamatee)
- Hosted file system driver now correctly handles file size setting (neil)
- CLI now reads tooltypes from provided icon (mazze)
- Task schedulers are now started on additional CPU cores (Kamalatee)
- processor.resource now queries all CPU cores for information (Kalamatee)
- Autodocs documentation has been updated from source code (mazze)
- Interrupt handling logic is being extended (Kalamatee)
- Work on IOAPIC support in AROS i386/x86_64 kernel continues (Kalamatee)
- Fix bug for timer calculations if APIC timer faster than ca. 33MHz (mschulz)

Posted on: 2/13 10:30
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