Basically private to Ian (was Re: [BUG][FIX]Squeak2.8 VM support
bert at isg.cs.uni-magdeburg.de
Wed Aug 30 09:46:46 UTC 2000
On Tue, 29 Aug 2000, Tim Rowledge wrote:
> Ian, this reply direct to you bounced. Again. Why on earth does email to
> you bounce pretty much every other time? Is it just that the French net
> is trying to maintain a minimum level of French content, like the tv system?
> Ian Piumarta wrote:
> > > - sqPlatformSpecific.h; your version doesn't have the 'offending'
> > > lines at all;
> > Odd. We're talking about <textutils.h> no? I remember moving them to
> > before the #endif /* macintosh */ a week ago, and sending the Johns a
> > bug report.
> Yeah, that's the stuff. Wonder what happened? The 'bad' lines were in
> sources generated from the update 2359 image, but not from the tarfile I
> found on your website; I guess that might point to an explanation. I
> grabbed something like a 2.1Mb tarfile which seemed to be recent. I'm up
> in the mountains right now (had to dash up here to cope with forest fire
> problems) so I can't actually check the filename. Oh, actually I just
> got to your website ok and it was
> ~piumarta/squeak/unix/Squeak2.8-src.tar of 17 Aug.
> > > - platform.exports; your version is missing the XFNs for Unix and
> > What XFNs for Unix? Unix doesn't have any.
Well, the browser plugin needs the same XFNs as the Mac version. I'll send
you a new version of sqUnixMozilla.c when I find the time. The function
loading from FilePlugin is currently broken. I fixed it so that the
Mozilla stuff only works when ther FilePlugin is built-in (which makes
> > (If you're referring to
> > the setFooPollFunction() abominations that I found in the SF sources,
> > that particular bug has been summarily excised and fed to the trash
> > compactor weeks ago. ;-)
> What did you do to get rid of the need for the socket & sound poll? Are
> you using threads or summat? Hope it's something I can use on the Acorn!
> PS So, what about this jitter thingy?
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