In message <b1218def53.gavin(a)gavin.wra1th.plus.com>
Gavin Wraith <gavin(a)wra1th.plus.com> wrote:
> In message <17ab86ef53.pittdj+(a)iyonix.home>
> David Pitt <pittdj(a)pittdj.co.uk> wrote:
> > In message <53ef83643achris(a)chris-johnson.org.uk>
> > cj <chris(a)chris-johnson.org.uk> wrote:
> >> Is anyone using the latest build (1773) on an Iyonix? Here, it
> >> crashes on startup with a stack backtrace, no log produced.
> > No such problem here with #1773 on this Iyonix running OS5.21
> > (28-Mar-14).
> Nor here. BUT pressing F8 or attempting to select Page->View Source...
> both cause errors. In fact this has been wrong for quite a while
> now. Sorry I cannot say at which build this ceased to work properly.
No problem with view source for me (Iyonix & ARMini, both 5.20).
Nick Roberts tigger @ orpheusinternet.co.uk
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can be adequately explained by stupidity.
Is anyone else here using MouseAxess with NetSurf?
I hav found Netsurf very inclined to crash. It feels like it's caused bey
switch bounce, usually from the menu button. But removing MouseAxess seems
to stop it.
I have not found any other programs which crash like this...
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Is anyone using the latest build (1773) on an Iyonix? Here, it
crashes on startup with a stack backtrace, no log produced.
The strange thing is, I have downloaded the same version on the
PandaBoard and it works fine.
Both Iyonix and PandaBoard are running RISC OS v. 5.21 (26 Mar 2014).
I have downloaded the latest version three times on the Iyonix.
If I copy the working version from the Panda to the Iyo, it crashes
in the same way.
I‘m trying to compile the latest netsurf version (3.0) with the framework frontend for Debian. The make process was interrupted when it started to compile the stylesheet sources. That’s apparently because the libwapcaplet header is missing. Here is excerpt from the screen messages:
make: Leaving directory `/home/micha/test_netsurf/netsurf-full-3.0/src/libparserutils-0.1.2'
make install --directory=src/libcss-0.2.0 TARGET=framebuffer PREFIX=/home/micha/test_netsurf/netsurf-full-3.0/prefix-framebuffer DESTDIR=
/bin/sh: 1: pkg-config: not found
/bin/sh: 1: pkg-config: not found
make: Entering directory `/home/micha/test_netsurf/netsurf-full-3.0/src/libcss-0.2.0'
In file included from src/stylesheet.c:12:0:
src/stylesheet.h:14:39: fatal error: libwapcaplet/libwapcaplet.h: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden
make: *** [build-Linux-framebuffer-release-lib-static/src_stylesheet.o] Fehler 1
make: Leaving directory `/home/micha/test_netsurf/netsurf-full-3.0/src/libcss-0.2.0'
make: *** [/home/micha/test_netsurf/netsurf-full-3.0/prefix-framebuffer/build-stamp] Fehler 2
I guess, there is something wrong with the path declaration in the makefile because the header file actually exists in ‘../netsurf-full-3.0/src/libwapcaplet-0.2.0/include/libwapcaplet/libwapcaplet.h’. In addition to that, the libwapcaplet libraries were built before without any errors.
Can NetSurf be used to play an internet radio stream using AMPlayer or
a similar module?
If not when is it likely to happen?
John Rickman - http://rickman.orpheusweb.co.uk/lynx
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I noticed that the e-mail field on Amazon is displayed quite small.
<div id="ap_signin1a_email_row" class="ap_row">
<span class="ap_col1 ap_bold ap_right ap_no_collapse">
My e-mail address is:
<span class="ap_col2 ap_left">
<input id="ap_email" name="email" value="" type="email" size="30" maxlength="128" tabindex="1" autocorrect="off" autocapitalize="off" />