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Re: A week in AROS...
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Week of November 14th:
- Compatibility of MUIA_Listview_SelectChange attribute of MUI Listview class has been improved (neil)

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Week of November 21st:
- Memory allocation bug in MUI List class has been fixed (o1i)
- Wanderer Info tool now shows path for the file represented by the icon (mmartinka)
- Czech catalog has been added to UnArc (mmartinka)
- A bug causing crash at startup in FryingPan has been fixed (deadwood)
- Work continues on compiling AROS with LLVM/Clang (mschulz)

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Week of November 28th:
- Hardware 3D acceleration on IntelGMA video cards has been fixed (neil)
- Memory leak in MUI List class has been fixed (neil)
- Compatibility of MUI Window class has been improved (neil)
- Window-hosted port of AROS works again (deadwood)

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Week of December 5th:
- A crash has been fixed in Cycle MUI class (deadwood)

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Week of December 12th:
- Fixed a crash when starting X AROS hosted graphics driver under certain X servers (neil)

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Week of December 19th:
- A memory trashing bug when adding columns in MUI List class has been fixed (o1i)
- MUI_List_Format attribute of MUI List class has now improved compatibility (neil)
- AROS Preferences programs are now blocked when running more than one instance (neil)
- png.datatype now correctly saves alpha channel enabled images (neil)
- abcm2ps has been updated to version 8.13.1 (mazze)
- X AROS hosted graphics driver now uses hardware cursor (neil)
- BWBasic has been updated to version 3.1 (mazze)
- ZuneView has been updated to version 0.31 (mazze)
- Lodepaint now compiles and runs for m68k version of AROS (wawa)

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Week of December 26th:
- AROS hosted for Linux armhf works again (deadwood)
- Appearance preferences editor now correctly saves compositing and theming configuration (neil)
- Rocks&Diamonds has been updated to version 4.0 (mazze)
- Vectoroids, GemDropX, CircusLinux and BugSquish has been updated to support audio (mazze)
- Refreshed ABIV0 compatibile system files have been published (deadwood)
- WormWars game is now part of ports repository build (mazze)

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Week of January 2nd:
- Video drivers has been updated to register in SysExplorer (Kalamatee)
- abcm2ps,Koules and Hurrican have been updated to newer versions (mazze)
- VBam is now part of AROS ports repository (mazze)
- A crash-at-exit bug has been fixed in SDL-mixer library (neil)
- Blobwars, Gnurobbo and Pushover are included in AROS ports repository (mazze)
- Work on redesining graphics drivers handling continues (Kalamatee)
- Linux hosted AROS now works correctly under 32bit Linux screens (ie. Odroid XU4) (deadwood)

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Week of January 9th:
- Memory allocations during Linux hosted AROS startup have been improved (Kalamatee)
- Handling of MUIA_Window_Sleep attributes of Window class have been made compatible with MUI (o1i)
- Compatibility of C:Copy command has been improved (neil)
- CreateNewProc/CreateProc how handle pr_WindowPtr in a way compatible with AmigaOS (Kalamatee)
- Performance of C:Decoration has been improved in column drawing case (Kalamatee)
- USB disk drives work again using Linux hosted USB driver (DizzyOfCRN)
- POSIX functions scandir() and alphasort() have been implemented in AROS C library (mazze)
- Theme selection has been enabled in GNUJump (mazze)
- Online documentation has been refreshed from source code (mazze)

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Week of January 16th:
- Certain endianess issues fixed in C:Decoration (Kalamatee)
- MIDI music is now enabled in GNUJump (mazze)
- realtek8180.device network driver has been fixed (neil)
- Graphics and intuition example codes in developer documentation have been updated (mazze)
- mikmod library is now part of AROS contrib repository (mazze)
- SDL_mixer library has now mikmod support enabled (mazze)
- Work on ACPI support in AROS kernel continues (Kalamatee)
- NextTaskEntry function in task.resource now correctly iterates over the tasklist for requested tasks (Kalamatee)
- SysMon now refreshes only entries on tabs and lists that changed (Kalamatee)
- Autodocs documentation has been updated from source code (mazze)
- Crash in SysMon has been fixed (mazze)
- C:TaskList now shows CLI information if present (Kalamatee)
- Task list in SysMon is now sortable (Kalamatee)
- Memory trashing bug has been fixed in SysMon (Kalamatee)
- MUIM_List_TestPos function of MUI List class now handles cases where x=y=MUI_MAXMAX (Kalamatee)

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Week of January 23rd:
- MUI List only redraws now after setting quiet if the list actually changed (Kalamatee)
- SysMon now displays which column the list is being sorted on (Kalamatee)
- Work on ACPI in AROS i386/x86_64 kernel continues (Kalamatee)
- Czech catalog has been added for openurl library (mmartinka)
- Work on handling additional CPU cores in x86_64 AROS kernel continues (Kalamatee)
- Flac and Speex libraries are now part of AROS contrib repository (mazze)
- Interrupt handling in AROS kernel has been updated to support different controller types (Kalamatee)
- Czech catalog for Trident has been updated (mmartinka)
- Crash has been fixed in Mailtext MUI class (neil)
- Memory overwrite bug has been fixed in AROS i386/x86_64 kernel (Kalamatee)
- Work on IOAPIC support in AROS i386/x86_64 kernel has started (Kalamatee)
- PCITool now correctly displays in lower resolutions (Kalamatee)
- Flexcat has been updated to version 2.18 (mazze)
- AROS now cleanly stuts down and cold restarts using ACPI if it is available (Kalamatee)
- Z library has been updated to version 1.2.11 (mazze)
- JPEG library has been updated to version 9b (mazze)
- PNG library has been updated to version 1.6.28 (mazze)

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Week of January 30th:
- Work on bringing GCC 6.3 to AROS started (Kalamatee)
- Work on SMP support in AROS kernel continutes (Kalamatee)
- Text2PDF and Dt2Thump is now part of AROS contrib repository (mazze)
- Work on ACPI in AROS i386/x86_64 kernel continues (Kalamatee)
- Initial version of SMP scheduler has been introduced in AROS i386/x86_64 kernel (Kalamatee)
- CPU frequence detection has been calibrated (Kalamatee)
- Work on spinlock support in kernel continues (Kalamatee)
- CDXLPlay and PlanCDDA is now part of AROS contrib repository (mazze)

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Look like SMP to me. Does it bring any improvement?
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It's hard to say yet as that was the first official boot of the SMP build. As far as I know there is still more to be done.

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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)

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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)

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Looks like the AROS team is making some real progress with SMP. Keep up the good work!

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