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deadwood 
Re: A week in AROS...
Posted on 23-Feb-2016 17:18:03
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Week of February 15th:
- A crash in TLSF memory manager has been fixed (mschulz)
- amiga.lib no longer depends on C library (neil)
- AvailFonts function of diskfont.library now supports NULL parameter (mazze)

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Re: A week in AROS...
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Week of February 22nd:
- AROS x86_64 is now using large memory model and allows putting executable above 2GB barier (mschulz)
- Skip command will no longer enter infinite loop when a matching Lab/EndSkip can't be found (neil)
- AROS x86_64 now allocates more than 4GB of RAM (mschulz)
- Wanderer now correctly displays available memory when > 4GB (mschulz)
- Avail command has been corrected to work on x86_64 AROS (Kalamatee)
- FormatString function of locale.library now supports displaying of IPTR type (mschulz)
- AROS monitor drivers are now correctly detected during boot on AROS linux hosted (Kalamatee)
- Autodocs documentation has been updated from source code (mazze)
- Lunapaint is now part of AROS Contrib repository (mazze)
- Hebrew keymap has been added (polluks)
- More utility now correctly handles files with more than 32768 lines (mazze)
- Dir command now allows interactive directory walking (mazze)
- FryingPan has been corrected to work on X86_64 AROS (Kalamatee)

Last edited by deadwood on 01-Mar-2016 at 07:58 PM.

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Re: A week in AROS...
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Week of February 29th:
- Hooks in Lunapaint have been corrected to work under 68k (wawa)
- Hebrew keymap extended with right-to-left and left-to-right marks (polluks)
- BoingIconBar now correctly detaches from shell (mazze)
- Menu handling in FryingPan corrected (Kalamatee)
- Scalos now better handles situation when preferences.library is missing (neil)
- BoingIconBar has been updated to newer version (mazze)
- BoingIconBar has been extended with Quit menu option (mazze)
- UAE AROS driver has had its mode definitions corrected (wawa)
- BoingIconBar can now open drawers if they have an icon (mazze)
- Reading hunk executable in AROS 68k is now faster (twilen)
- TextEditor, NList and BetterString preferences are now correctly showing images under any endianess (mazze)
- Names of external classes in Zune preferences are now more readable (mazze)

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Re: A week in AROS...
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Looking forward to try the updates to boing icon bar. Great work :)

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deadwood 
Re: A week in AROS...
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Week of March 7th:
- Moves of MUI Windows are no longer wrongly interpreted as resizes (stegerg)
- Internal MUI classes in Zune preferences now have a default picture (mazze)
- Work on switching AROS to GCC 6+ started (Kalamatee)
- Complete AROS sources are beeing adjusted to work with GCC 6.0 (Kalamatee)
- Complete Contrib and Ports sources are beeing adjusted to work with GCC 6.0 (Kalamatee)
- Memory leak in Zune preferences related to icon images fixed (mazze)
- Blits on AROS Amiga RTG driver in cases of simple copies have been speed up (stegerg)
- AROS Amiga RTG driver has been extended to handle bitmaps outside of VRAM (stegerg)
- Autodocs documentation has been updated from source code (mazze)
- FAT filesystem handler is now fully ROMable (jmcmullan)
- Definition of TagItem has been corrected to work on AROS x86_64 (Kalamatee)
- A possible overflow in BltTemplate function of graphics.library has been fixed (stegerg)
- Value range in AROS Amiga RTG driver in PutTemplate method has been fixed (stegerg)
- A fix for passing wrong value of Screen in Wanderer has been implemented (Kalamatee)
- Stability of AROS Amiga RTG driver improved by adding locking (stegerg)
- Blocker issue causing wrong optimization in intuition.library under GCC 6.0 has been found and fixed (Kalamatee)
- Register-spill issue for ScalePixelArray function under 68k has been worked around (jmcmullan)
- Boot delay for USB boot devides now works correctly (Kalamatee)
- Bug related to write commands in FFS file system and partition.library has been fixed (Kalamatee)
- Correctly preserve A5 register on 68k when compiling with GCC 6.0 (jmcmullan)
- FKey commodity can now execute AREXX scripts (mazze)
- A bug in color mapping has been fixed (stegerg)
- Next round of x86_64 fixes in FryingPan has been implemented (Kalamatee)
- A bug has been fixed in LUA MUI library (Kalamatee)
- Memory trashing bug has been fixed in XAD CAB library (Kalamatee)
- LZO library has been updated to version 2.09 (Kalamatee)
- Scout, Wazp3D, BWins class and Scalos has had bugs related to 64-bit compatibility fixed (Kalamatee)
- ATA driver no longer crashes on 68k under low memory condition (jmcmullan)

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Re: A week in AROS...
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@deadwood

Wow

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@deadwood

krzysztof, does it make sense to try to compile with gcc6 for 68k target? what is the configure option?

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Week of March 14th:
- Scalos is being adapted to work on 64bit (Kalamatee)
- Work started on tool that converts images to C source (mazze)
- RawDoFmt and FormatString functions now have a datastream definition that is working on all architectures (jmcmullan)
- Zune prefs now has icon images for certain internal classes (mazze)
- Work of adjusting AROS sources to GCC 6 continues (Kalamatee)
- AROS repository reached 52000 commits
- LazyMines game is no longer crashing on startup (mazze)
- Italian translation for Wanderer has been fixed (impulse)
- DiskImage GUI has been fixed to work on 64-bit (jmcmullan)
- A crash in diskimage.device has been fixed (jmcmullan)
- Initial seed for C library rand function calculation has been improved (Kalamatee)
- FormatString and LocRawFoFmt has been extended with ARM anx x86_64 specific patches (jmcmullan)
- LazyMines game have been extended with install script (polluks)
- A bug in MUIM_List_Remove of MUI List class has been fixed (mazze)

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Re: A week in AROS...
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Week of March 21st:
- Autodocs documentation has been updated from source code (mazze)
- Diffutils have been updated to version 3.3 (Kalamatee)
- pthread library has been extended with pthread_detach and pthread_getschedparam (deadwood)
- MUI Colorfield, Cycle and Pendisplay classes received a fix for modifying passed parameters (Kalamatee)
- Corrupted image in About MUI class on 64-bit has been fixed (mazze)
- Scalos is being adapted to work on 64bit (Kalamatee)
- Chunkyimage class has been corrected to work on 64-bit (mazze)
- FreeGadgets function of gadtools.library has been made more compabile in regards to message handling (stegerg)
- AROS Amiga RTG driver has received threading and VMRARAM swapping improvements (stegerg)
- A crash has been fixed in MUIMine game (mazze)
- Initial work on adding Clang/LLVM as optional cross compiler has started (Kalamatee)
- A bug has been fixed in textengine of muimaster.library (mazze)
- C:Info command now works correctly under 64-bit (jmcmullan)
- Norwegian catalog has been added and German catalog has been fixed in Yahzee game (polluks)
- Work started on GUI file searching tool integrated with Wanderer (mazze)

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Week of March 28th:
- Work on being able to use Clang/LLVM to compile AROS continues (Kalamatee)
- Find tool now uses MUI requesters and supports localization (mazze)
- It is now possible to search for content in Find tool (mazze)
- Possible memory overrun has been fixed in unard (mazze)
- A fix has been implemented in MUI Process class (mazze)
- Find tool now uses background process to do the directory scanning (mazze)
- Various catalog files have been reviewed and updated (mazze)
- Initiated work for supporting ARM 64-bit architecture (Kalamatee)
- Poseidon USB stack now compiles for AROS 68k (Kalamatee)
- Crash during initialization of MUI List class has been fixed (o1i)
- animation.datatype behavior has been updated (Kalamatee)
- Zip and Zoom clients of xad.library have had out of bounds access fixed (Kalamatee)

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Week of April 4th:
- Work on being able to use Clang/LLVM to compile AROS continues (Kalamatee)
- MadMatrix game is now part of AROS Contrib repository (mazze)
- FKey commodity received a small UI update (mazze)

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Week of April 11th:
- MinAD application is now part of AROS contrib repository (mazze)
- It is now possible to globally disabled lto optimization (Kalamatee)
- ffmpeg library in version 3.0.1 is now part of AROS contrib repository (Kalamatee)

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Week of April 18th:
- SMB file system received a 64bit fix (Kalamatee)
- ScummVm has been updated to version 1.8.0 (mazze)
- MilkyTracker has been added to AROS ports repository (mazze)

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Week of April 25th:
- SMB file system has been updated to version 1.102 bringing Windows 7 compatibility (Kalamatee)
- Lodepaint is now part of AROS ports repository (mazze)
- GCC 6.1.0 is now available as cross compiler for AROS (Kalamatee)
- Notification on changing gl.library implementation are now correctly registered (neil)
- ZuneArc application has been updated to version 1.4b (mazze)
- Abcm2ps has been updated to version 8.11.4 and BWBasic has been updated to version 3.0 (mazze)

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deadwood 
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March 2016 highlights are now available on http://www.aros.org/news .

Last edited by deadwood on 03-May-2016 at 07:06 AM.

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@deadwood

Nice, but everytime I want to test Aros I give up because VM sux and I don't have a native compatible PC.
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April 2016 highlights are now available on http://www.aros.org/news .

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Kinda like the situation with OS4 :)

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Week of May 2nd:
- potrace has been updated to version 1.13 and ZuneView has been updated to version 0.22 (mazze)
- Compatibility of Amiga chipset driver has been increased (twillen)

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Week of May 9th:

- Nothing to report

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