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deadwood 
Re: A week in AROS...
Posted on 6-Jul-2015 19:00:12
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Week of June 29th:

- Shell no longer passes junk arguments to scripts (neil)
- Delay in SD card device decreased (mschulz)
- Initial work on storage.resource started (Kalamatee)
- Work on per CPU task handling for AROS continues (Kamalatee)
- Serial and parallel ports devices now load correctly under m68k port of AROS (jmcmullan)
- Passing flags to parallel port device has been fixed (jmcmullan)
- Sorting in NListtree MUI custom class has been fixed (deadwood)
- Listtree MUI class now correctly handling sorting and remove of nodes (deadwood)
- Work on AROS ARM native kernel continues (mschulz)

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Re: A week in AROS...
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Week of July 6th:

- intuition.library/PrintIText() no longer crashes if passed a null string pointer (jmcmullan)
- VSprites with depths greater than 8 bits are now supported (jmcmullan)
- Romanian language support has been added (polluks)

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Week of July 13th:

- A small improvement to C library has been implemented (jmcmullan)

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Week of July 20th:

- Nothing to report

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Re: A week in AROS...
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Week of July 27th:

- Prefs/Locale no longer looses languange information when reseting to default state (deadwood)
- fat-handler is now showing an error requester when I/O error happens (neil)
- fat-handler has now better error handling (neil)
- Formatting procedure using fat-handler is now writting immedially to disk (neil)
- MUI List and Listview classes have been updated to behave according to MUI4 specification (deadwood)
- MUI Listtree class has been aligned with changes to List and Listview classes (deadwood)

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Week of August 3rd:

- Nothing to report

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Week of August 10th:

- AROS repository reached 51000 commits!
- libiconv have been updated to newer versions (Kalamatee)

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Re: A week in AROS...
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Week of August 17th:

- MUI Window class now sends notifications on changing the position and size (neil)
- It is now possible to set notifications of List MUI class attributes on Listview MUI class (neil)
- Notifications on ClickColumn attribute of Listview MUI class have been restored to work (deadwood)
- emul-handler is now blocked from seeking beyond end of file (neil)

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Week of August 24th:

- MUIV_Notify_Self is now handled correctly in case of setting notification of List MUI class attribute in Listview MUI class (neil)
- Object creation in graphics driver subsystem has been made to support external objects (Kalamatee)
- Graphics drivers can now provide nominal resolution to graphics subsystem (Kalamatee)
- Crash in screen compositor when trying to read preferences has been fixed (Kalamatee)

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Week of August 31st:

- Intuition is now using nominal resolution provided by the driver (Kalamatee)
- vbam is bow compiled for x86_64 (Kalamatee)
- Boot task is now properly finalized (Kalamatee)
- Autodocs documentation has been updated from source code (mazze)
- Exiting MUI List class "quiet" state now causes proper scroll bar update (deadwood)
- System/SysMon no longer crashes when there is less tasks then list capacity (deadwood)
- OpenAL library has been updated to version 1.16.0

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Week of September 7th:

- Zune test suite is now extended to support almost all List and Listview methods and attributes (neil)
- Problem with up/down arrows in List MUI class not working sometimes fixed (deadwood)
- Later setting a title in List MUI class no longer causes crash (neil)
- A crash in Pendisplay MUI class has been fixed (neil)
- Switching between pages or adding a page in Group MUI class no longer causes flickering (deadwood)
- Newly added tabs in Title MUI class are now rendered as inactive (deadwood)

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Re: A week in AROS...
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@deadwood

keep up the good work guys, it nice to see Aros still rolling on

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wawa 
Re: A week in AROS...
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good to see that flickering fixed, if it is

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deadwood 
Re: A week in AROS...
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Week of September 14th:

- Title MUI class now adds padding around inner objects which protects it from beeing damaged (deadwood)
- Changing active tab in the Group MUI class no longer causes flicker (deadwood)
- Context menu functions in sub classes of Listtree MUI class now work as expected (deadwood)
- Pictures section on AROS website have been re-organized (mazze)

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Week of September 21st:

- Handling of MUI_List_Visible attribute of List MUI class when list is hidden has been fixed (neil)
- MUIA_List_InsertPosition attribute of List MUI class now returns correct value (neil)
- Improvements to pictures sections of AROS website continue (mazze)

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Re: A week in AROS...
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Week of September 28th:

- Codeset of russian catalog files for Close, More and Multiview has been corrected (polluks)
- Active entries in read-only MUI Lists are no longer highlighted (neil)
- Index of developer documentation has been updated (mazze)
- strnlen function has been added to C library (Kalamatee)
- Development of ALSA driver for linux hosted AROS ports started (deadwood)

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Week of October 5th:

- MUIA_Listview_DefClickColumn attribute of MUI Listview class is now implemented (neil)
- MUIA_Listview_DoubleClick attribute is now set when the "press" key is pressed (neil)
- Index of the active entry during MUIM_List_Insert and MUIM_List_InsertSingle is now updated (neil)
- MUIA_List_InsertPosition attribute contains now correct value after using MUIM_List_Insert method (neil)
- Index of the active entry is no longer updated during MUIM_List_Move matching MUI behavior (neil)
- Zune test suite is now extended with test for MUIA_List_Visible and MUIA_Listview_DefClickColumn (neil)
- Hex-dump of disassembler in Scout has been made endianness-independent (neil)
- Skeleton of ALSA driver for linux hosted AROS is implemented (deadwood)
- Playback in ALSA driver is now working (deadwood)
- ALSA driver now correctly recovers from underrun conditions (deadwood)

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wawa 
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@deadwood
would be good if the following topic from the ml would get some attention any soon:
rev 51051 defer creating the ScreenModePrefs until they are needed

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smartroad 
Re: A week in AROS...
Posted on 12-Oct-2015 19:57:52
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@deadwood

Is the native Raspberry Pi version still being worked on? Would love t try it!

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bison 
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@smartroad

Second vote for AROS on Pi.

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