In message <mpro.l1f73g00000yz00i3.pittdj(a)pittdj.co.uk>
David Pitt <pittdj(a)pittdj.co.uk> wrote:
Michael Bell <michael(a)beaverbell.co.uk> wrote:
> In message <1272149852.6726.1.camel@duiker>
> John-Mark Bell <jmb(a)netsurf-browser.org> wrote:
>> On Sat, 2010-04-24 at 22:10 +0100, Michael Bell wrote:
>>> In message <510d269ff2tlsa(a)netsurf-browser.org>
>>> Michael Drake <tlsa(a)netsurf-browser.org> wrote:
>>>> The NetSurf developers are happy to announce the immediate
>>>> availability of NetSurf 2.5. This release contains many bug fixes
>>>> and improvements.
>>>> It is available to download from http://www.netsurf-browser.org/
[snip - incomplete log]
>> We cannot reproduce this, and the log file you provided
>> insufficient information to allow us to debug this successfully. Do you
>> still have the full log file? If so, please zip it and email it to me
>> (off list).
> Sorry, I have re-visited the sites which it tripped up on, and it
> OK, so I can't do this.
> Actually I am not a very competent RISC OS user, I am not sure I correctly
> downloaded NetSurf and I am not sure how to zip file, I never have to do
Is SparkFS on the machine? If not there are alternatives which can be
> Do you want me to send in any further bug reports?
I could not reproduce the crash here, but something tripped up
that is of interest to the developers, if something can happen it will
happen - again.
The original full log does need to have been preserved, if it has
overwritten then the evidence is lost.
> It's so sad that NetSurf is not going to be developed
further. Maybe I
> should have come to Wakefield.
The NetSurf developers have done a very good job with version 2.50,
is the end of the road due to lack of RISC OS developers then 2.50 is a
reasonably good place to be.
Now I think about it, I have got SparkFS on my machine, so I could
used that. The original log has been lost.