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Test run
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Who is up for a test run of the new Qt beta? Send me a pm, evt. with email address and I will send a link.

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You know who :) (i got your mail already, so prepare for massive report)

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I wouldn't mind! spotUP at gmail

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Of course!

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right, downloading as i type this! =)

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hi alfkil, :)
im to busy listening to spotUP's musicdisks and playin' Quake :D

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Tests done, check mail

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Test done, Wow! :D
Paladine, hahah!

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Quote:

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Test done, Wow! :D


...and, is it fast now?

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I will let alfkil do the announcement! :)

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Depends whether your QT still needs MiniGL or not... :-/

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@ChrisH

See, that's the whole point of the new release, to render minigl redundant . Are you thinking of running it on X1000 perhaps...?

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Hi dear Alfkil,

Just tested a little and i can say that i found the new version a lot better and more important faster !
Still of course some issues here and there, so here i will try to give you a general report about all examples availible into your QT archive

Just hope that my report can be usefull in a way or another before the new framework will be released for the mass.

Keep note that i'm using a Sam440ep Flex 800 with a Radeon 9250 and AmigaOS 4.1 Update 4, so all my speed experience is based on this not-so-fast platform .. naturally still exists also slower OS4 platforms so more (speed) is always the better

- EXAMPLE

animation -->

stickman: very fast and no glitch, nearly perfect here !
easing: very fast and no glitch, nearly perfect here !
animatedtiles: a bit slow (just a bit) also the main window needs more size in order to fit all qt logos when all of them are showed
moveblocks: very fast and no glitch, nearly perfect here !
appchooser: very fast and no glitch, nearly perfect here !

draganddrop -->

puzzle: very fast and no glitch, nearly perfect here !
draggableicons: very fast, some glitch when dragging (image dragged are not centered well)
fridgemagnets: very fast, still some flickering effect when a block is selected

effects -->

lighting: the light moving seems a bit slow but maybe it's normal

graphicsview -->

anchorlayout: seems ok and fast
simpleanchorlayout: seems ok and fast
portedasteroids: very fast and no glitch, nearly perfect here !
flowlayout: very fast and no glitch, nearly perfect here !
dragdroprobot: very fast and no glitch, nearly perfect here !
collidingmice: fast and no glitch, altrough maybe can be faster
weatheranchorlayout: fast and no glitch, altrough maybe can be faster
portedcanvas: very fast and no glitch, maybe you need to remove the internal QT resize window
padnavigator: fast, but the text seems not antialiased and when the program is opened my CPU will suffer
elasticnodes: very fast and no glitch, nearly perfect here !
diagramscene: drop-down menu is a bit slow when you open it in order to select a new font
basicgraphicslayout: scrolling is fast but program is very slow when you try to move the "basic graphics layout" block

mainwindows -->

sdi: very fast, altrough some tooltips (bubble helps) are not rendered correctly, also the buttons are not so cool (bad rendering?)
menus: very fast and no glitch, again maybe you need to remove the internal QT resize window
dockwidgets: a bit slow but no glitch, again maybe you need to remove the internal QT resize window
recentfiles: very fast and no glitch, again maybe you need to remove the internal QT resize window
mdi: very fast and no glitch, again maybe you need to remove the internal QT resize window
application: very fast and no glitch altrough buttons are not so cool, again maybe you need to remove the internal QT resize window

network -->

downloadmanager: Don't start ? --> i got --> ASSERT: "!isEmpty()" in file /qt/include/QtCore/../../src/corelib/tools/qlist.h, line 269

opengl -->

hellogl: very fast and no glitch, nearly perfect here !
2dpainting: all 3 examples are a bit slow

painting -->

transformations: drop-down menu is a bit slow when you open it in order to select a new option
painterpaths: drop-down menu is a bit slow when you open it in order to select a new option
fontsampler: very fast and no glitch, again maybe you need to remove the internal QT resize window
basicdrawing: very fast and no glitch, again maybe you need to remove the internal QT resize window --> sometimes DSI on idle.task
svgviewer: works fine but a bit slow
svggenerator: drop-down menu is a bit slow when you open it in order to select a new option
imagecomposition: drop-down menu is a bit slow when you open it in order to select a new option
concentriccircles: works fine

tutorial -->

addressbook: works fine but a bit slow in general, bubble helps are sometimes not rendered correctly

widget -->

lineedits: drop-down menu is a bit slow when you open it in order to select a new option
icons: works fine and fast
groupbox: works fine and fast
codeeditor: works fine and fast
calendarwidget: drop-down menu is a bit slow when you open it in order to select a new option
analogclock: works fine and fast
wiggly: works fine and fast
tooltips: works fine and fast
tablet: works fine and fast
styles: works fine and fast
sliders: works fine, altrough a bit slow
scribble: works fine and fast
imageviewer: works fine and fast
digitalclock: works fine and fast
charactermap: not so fast and drop-down menu is a bit slow when you open it in order to select a new option
calculator: works fine and fast
windowflags: works fine and fast
validators: drop-down menu is a bit slow when you open it in order to select a new option
tetrix: works fine and fast
stylesheet: fast and no glitch, again maybe you need to remove the internal QT resize window
spinboxes: works fine and fast
shapedclock: works fine and fast
movie: works fine and fast

- DEMOS

undo: a bit slow, just a bit .. and maybe you need to remove the internal QT resize window
textedit: fast, some tooltips (bubble helps) are not rendered correctly, also the buttons are not so cool (bad rendering?) and the text is very small
pathstroke2: this specific example crash --> DSI error and then ISI one !
mainwindow: works fine and at a resonable speed
books: works fine and at a resonable speed
affline: works fine and fast
tux: works very fast, just a proper QT icon is missed
spreadsheet: a bit slow, just a bit .. and maybe you need to remove the internal QT resize window
pathstroke: this specific example crash --> DSI error and then ISI one !
embeddeddialogs: still slow !

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So to sum, after testing carefully all example availible i can say that

- Now that (quite all) is rendered native speed become very very good, not perfect in all example but in general not bad at all !
- At startup all example are slow, this is the usual issue .. for each example i need atleast from 3 to 5 seconds before it will be opened :-/
- Still some graphical corruptions here and there expecially on dropdown menus and more often on the various bubble helps
- Would be cool if Dropdown menu can support mouse wheel
- Native fonts are sometimes strange, too big on certain case (so not well allineated) or a bit small .. sure would be nice if you can support the same fonts used for the Workbench screen
- You need to remove as soon as possible all internal QT resize gadgets
- Iconify support for all QT examples/demo would be a nice addition for sure !
- Adding a "don't show shell outputs" in QT prefs, this might speed up the examples/demos loading --> maybe !

Hope to not forget somethings ... well done mate !!



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@samo79

Thanks for the thorough testing, mate . I am having a deeper look in a minute (after beer ).

Just one little comment: downloadmanager is a console app, you need to run it from the shell like this:

> downloadmanager http://www.google.com

Also, making debug output optional should be easy to do, but it would require a complete rebuild of everything, which is not something I am about to do right now. Maybe when I pull myself together to get my cross compiler working again.

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Quote:
Just one little comment: downloadmanager is a console app, you need to run it from the shell like this:


Ops yep and it was quite obvious .. i'll check now

Quote:
Also, making debug output optional should be easy to do, but it would require a complete rebuild of everything, which is not something I am about to do right now. Maybe when I pull myself together to get my cross compiler working again.


Of course since we test only all that examples we can live with all that outputs, no problem so far just a bit annoying expecially when you need to test tons of examples

Again well done, your work is awesome !

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Now that you release the final 0.8.5 version i need to update my report (i will do later), meanwhile i've found a crash in "Tux" demo .. it happen after a while during or at the end of the image rotation !

See crashlog for more details:

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Crash log for task "tux"
Generated by GrimReaper 53.2
Crash occured in module timezone.library at address 0x6FE56E60
Type of crash: DSI (Data Storage Interrupt) exception

Register dump:
GPR (General Purpose Registers):
0: 6FE56E4C 4FEF6180 00000000 00000000 4FEF6188 58CFD164 00000001 00000000
8: 7FA15210 00000000 000000A3 021BD7F6 4D09A287 54946B28 00000000 00000000
16: 52BD0000 6E4E271C 4FEF620F 00000000 4FEF6208 4FEF6216 58CFEBF0 00000000
24: 58CE9404 88888889 58CFEB9C 00000000 4FEF61AA 00000000 58CE9288 58CE9388


FPR (Floating Point Registers, NaN = Not a Number):
0: nan 368.322 368.322 297.959
4: 86.9106 92.2029 300.875 304.566
8: 0.808014 6.34017e-18 -0.104528 255.108
12: -0.178194 368.322 0 -5.05923e-321
16: 1.32625e-315 0 0 0
20: 0 0 0 1.61895e-319
24: 0 0 0 -1.20437e+36
28: 0 1.35808e-312 8.8275e-311 -0.0146484

FPSCR (Floating Point Status and Control Register): 0x82020000


SPRs (Special Purpose Registers):
Machine State (msr) : 0x0002F030
Condition (cr) : 0x44422024
Instruction Pointer (ip) : 0x6FE56E60
Xtended Exception (xer) : 0x20000003
Count (ctr) : 0x01816208
Link (lr) : 0x6FE56E4C
DSI Status (dsisr) : 0x00000000
Data Address (dar) : 0x0000005C



680x0 emulated registers:
DATA: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
ADDR: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
FPU0: 0 0 0 0
FPU4: 0 0 0 0



Symbol info:
Instruction pointer 0x6FE56E60 belongs to module "timezone.library" (HUNK/Kickstart)

Stack trace:
module LIBS:timezone.library at 0x6FE56E60 (section 5 @ 0x5E40)
module LIBS:timezone.library at 0x6FE59344 (section 5 @ 0x8324)
module LIBS:timezone.library at 0x6FE58F10 (section 5 @ 0x7EF0)
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x000420c8
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x000224bc
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x0001fa9c
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x0001fa74
libQtCore.so:_ZN5QTime11currentTimeEv()+0x78 (section 10 @ 0x9b418)
libQtCore.so:_ZN5QTime5startEv()+0x38 (section 10 @ 0x9b644)
libQtCore.so:_ZN23QCoreApplicationPrivate16sendPostedEventsEP7QObjectiP11QThreadData()+0x2DC (section 10 @ 0x2f8a50)
libQtCore.so:_ZN16QCoreApplication16sendPostedEventsEP7QObjecti()+0x54 (section 10 @ 0x2f9240)
libQtCore.so:_ZN16QCoreApplication16sendPostedEventsEv()+0x3C (section 10 @ 0x37bb74)
libQtGui.so:_ZN24QGuiEventDispatcherAmiga13processEventsE6QFlagsIN10QEventLoop17ProcessEventsFlagEE()+0xDC (section 10 @ 0x19d83c)
libQtCore.so:_ZN10QEventLoop13processEventsE6QFlagsINS_17ProcessEventsFlagEE()+0x2C8 (section 10 @ 0x2f20ec)
libQtCore.so:_ZN10QEventLoop4execE6QFlagsINS_17ProcessEventsFlagEE()+0x2DC (section 10 @ 0x2f2938)
libQtCore.so:_ZN16QCoreApplication4execEv()+0x29C (section 10 @ 0x2f94fc)
libQtGui.so:_ZN12QApplication4execEv()+0x54 (section 10 @ 0x21948)
tux:main()+0x24C (section 8 @ 0x674)
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x00002054
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x00002ce8
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x00002e64
tux:_start()+0x170 (section 8 @ 0x170)
native kernel module dos.library.kmod+0x00022a0c
native kernel module kernel+0x0003af48
native kernel module kernel+0x0003afc8


PPC disassembly:
6fe56e58: 38810008 addi r4,r1,8
6fe56e5c: 7d234b78 mr r3,r9
*6fe56e60: 8129005c lwz r9,92(r9)
6fe56e64: 7d2903a6 mtctr r9
6fe56e68: 4e800421 bctrl

System information:

CPU
Model: AMCC PPC440EP V1.3
CPU speed: 799 MHz
FSB speed: 133 MHz
Extensions:

Machine
Machine name: Sam440EP
Memory: 1048576 KB
Extensions: bus.pci

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Yes, as X1000 is my main machine, I can't easily use/test QT unless it doesn't need MiniGL anymore...

but since it sounds like you have now removed the MiniGL requirement, then I *would* be interested in testing

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No problem with installation and its working fine here on my Aone 500.

@samo79
When does path stroking crash for you? I get a freezing after 1-2 minutes.

@alfkil
Good work!

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Yes i actually tried it

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When does path stroking crash for you? I get a freezing after 1-2 minutes.


It crashed at startup, but for all my test on my previews post i used a WIP archive, not the latest one released on OS4Depot


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