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Re: Strange AllocVec Problem
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@MigthyMax

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So what else can make AllocVecTags fails?


AllocVecTags can fail for a number of reasons, the most obvious being insufficient memeory to meet the request. (that could be due to an overall lack of memory or due to memory fragmentations or asking for something very specific (an unssuported alignment maybe).

You should ALWAYS test the result for success and fail gracefully if possible if it fails.

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Re: need clarify about libdl and all dlopen/dlclose calls
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@Raziel

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I'm still wondering if elf.library took over the libdl functionality (so we can get rid of this library) or if it's a coincidence with rather unfortunate naming?


libdl is implemented by calls to elf library. There no name clash as the low level elf.library calls have a different case to libdl.

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Re: Why with clib2 proc: requester popup as expected, and with newlib are not ?
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@kas1e

Is the clib2 version compiled with -lunix and the newlib version not?

12.RAM Disk:> gcc -o ram:testit_newlib test.c
12.RAM Disk:> testit_newlib
chdir() error(): Invalid argument
12.RAM Disk:> gcc -o ram:testit_newlib test.c -lunix
12.RAM Disk:> testit_newlib
chdir() error(): No such device or address
112.RAM Disk:> gcc -mcrt=clib2 -o ram:testit_clib2 test.c
12.RAM Disk:> testit_clib2
chdir() error(): Invalid argument
12.RAM Disk:> gcc -mcrt=clib2 -o ram:testit_clib2 test.c -lunix
12.RAM Disk:> testit_clib2
chdir() error(): Device not configured

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Re: APPDIR: and its implicitly created "symbolic links"
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@NinjaCyborg

SYS:Documentation/appdir-handler.doc

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Re: Determine the program that locks a file
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@Raziel

WRT snoopy you could capure a general log, a save it to ram:mysnoopylog and the do something like


cat ram:mysnoopylog | grep "myfilename"


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SketchBlock XMas Video
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A little behind schedule this year but still in time for christmas, here my video christmas card design for 2021.

https://youtu.be/0zzZILZdPY0

Painted in SketchBlock , and music composed in a combinatin of HD-Rec (for the drums) and AudioEvolution (everything else).

Hope you like it!

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Re: A new editor for AmigaOS 4 is in the works
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@NinjaCyborg

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And Linux rexx i.e. regina doesn't have that feature


It does though.

Pick a link from the following search

https://www.google.com/search?q=does+r ... &sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

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and neither does the editor walkero is porting


The question was for syntax highlighting.

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Re: A new editor for AmigaOS 4 is in the works
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@NinjaCyborg

Honestly, wind your neck in, you are somewhat misinformed...

https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/zos/2.3.0?topic=instructions-address

The exact mecanismsmight be different but the syntax, intention and effect are virtual identical

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Re: Is anyone have readdir_r() implementation for aos4 ?
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I think BZillis workarround should be sufficient investigating I see that in the posix world readdir_r() is actually depricated and readdir() is general threadsafe (when working on seperate directory streams). I belive this is the case for newlibs readdir() too.

https://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man3/readdir_r.3.html

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Re: EasyRPG Player
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@BSzili

Hmm I wonder if that message is comming from the instance of Internal_RunCommand() that laucnhed EasyRPG itself.


At a guess it might occur if objects were allocated with AllocSysObject() or AllocDoSObject() and not Free with the corresponding Free#?Object() function.

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Re: Qt 6 progress
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@alfkil

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It is quite hard to understand the "does not change the current section to .bss" part. Why would it not do that? Perhaps this the clue to the 'solution' to the above - that the AmigaOS linker doesn't interpret these correctly by instead give priority to the empty version of the structure.


It's essentially saying that this symbol should be put in .bss with this much space. You would find lines like that interleaved with other code in the assembly output.

Using a really bad and probably not quite accurate ARexx analogy

address FOO

changes the address for all commands

address FOO command

only for that line.


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Re: Qt 6 progress
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@alfkil

I don't know enough about C++ but if I were dynamic linking a C program and had the issue you describe I would think that some structure had been declared 'static' in my program that should have been 'extern' .


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Re: EasyRPG Player
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@BSzili

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Same here, but I have no idea where it's coming from. The Player never used RunCommand, and I certainly didn't add it now either.


Internal_RunCommand() is the eventual destination of any function that runs some external code via the shell eg System[Tags]() RunCommand() Execute() et al

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Re: EasyRPG Player
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@BSzili

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It didn't even occur to me that he could be missing the library, since the Player worked sometimes. I never though libraries can phase in an out of existence, but I guess only Amiga makes it possible *shrug*

edit: For the next version I'll check if I can link a static version of pixman to the executable to avoid confusion. It looks like shared libraries work in mysterious ways.


If the library was bundled with different app and installled in the apps directory instead if LIBS: then the library will magically appear on the internal library list once that app has been run, but not other times.

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Re: Enhancer Bug thread
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@Raziel

You're are replying to message on a totally different forum to the one originally posted on. If not explictly against the T&Cs that generally bad form.

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Out of sight, out of mind principle?


No bugs are sorted by most recently updated by default if there's been no activity it will drop to the end of the list. There no need to look at it if it hasn't been upated since your last visit.


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They would drop down, sure, but they would still be visible in the ever so growing list of bugs i have reported (not only in my personal display, but also for any maintainer who would be in need to see which of those bugs have still to be taken care of).


The list is paginated IIRC and you haven't got that many bugs open...

You bumping them brings old stuff to the top, which is more annoying from my point of view as most these are informational things where there was a misunderstanding on how something worked.

I mark all expictly fixed bugs as resolved / fixed (not closed in general).

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Closed bugs can't be found?
You do realize there is a "filter" option with a search field that does exactly that?


Yes sure, but it's set to not search closed bugs by default.

Honestly most people don't even search for preexisting bugs let alone tweek the filter!

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Re: AK DataType vs. WarpDT
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@ktadd

It depends which descriptors you have installed.

If you have both JPEG and AKJFIF for example, the first on the list that matches will be used. That will likely depnd on the order they were stored in the directory.

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Re: DVPlayer 54.4 minor bugs and other info
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@walkero

Once a .library is loaded into memory it's loaded from there and doesn't matter where on the disk it was loaded from, so as long as you pay attention to versioning you might as well copy libraries to LIBS:


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Re: Halfing icon size horizontally?
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@Gregor

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>If you have SketchBlock, you can use that to load the icon and do the changes you need, and then save it back.

I tested the v. 2.6 from OSDepot but did not find any way to load icons to it...


You would need SketchBlock Pro with the import / export plugin API to load and save icons directly.

You can get SB Pro from amistore or from myself directly (email andy@broad.ology.org.uk)

With the 2.6 you have to do in steps.

Use RAWBinfo to save out the icons images. Load in to SB, resize, export as ILBM and load back into RAWBinfo.

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Re: Watch files or How to stop corrupted prefs
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@Raziel

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a) the XML file that is available will be read and checked and any newly registered app will be added
b) if there isn't an XML file found or can't be read then every registered app (on start or while running) will be added to a newly created XML settings file


Yes both of those.

One possibilty is that some app you register is causing some dud chraacters to be added the xml, that should be correctly escaped, but who knows.

I can't create a debug build as I don't have the latest source only for the last 53.xx version.

If you raise a mantis and make sure M3X is assigned, he might be able to look at it.

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Re: Watch files or How to stop corrupted prefs
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@Raziel

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Is there a panic switch in where ringhio creates a default XML file if none is found?


No but the file will get regenerated as soon as you register an app with application library (and that includes RINGHIO)


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