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Ok, I have created an optimized build of the latest DEVEL_1 sources. For some reason the sf.net SSH is being broken so I can't officially commit the source (and because my upstream here is very unstable, I removed it from the below image so I could upload it to a web server).

I don't recommend this download for anyone other than geeks who want to be bleeding edge. This download is not feature complete and I am the only one on the team doing any work with this branch of the project right now so nobody else can really give you any help with it. That means that anyone who downloads this will have to post replies to this LJ entry since the bugzilla for the rest of the project does not cover DEVEL_1 builds.

There is a ReadMe with the build which describes what this is. Note that this is not as feature-rich as the official release so don't grab this hoping to jump the gun on some new toy. This is here for geeks who want to be helpful and anyone outside the development team who is interested in helping out.

(HIGHLY UNSTABLE)Download iJournal 1.60 DEVEL_1 (HIGHLY UNSTABLE)

Once again, if you have any issues with this release, post a comment to this entry. Bear in mind that this release is not yet complete so normal users should probably not get it.

If you do decide to pick it up, however, thanks for helping me out,
...Nights

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tague
Jan. 18th, 2004 11:35 pm (UTC)
Bugs
1) I wasn't able to log in from the bits you posted, instead I got an error dialog indicating that my IP had been temporarily banned due to excessive login errors. However, when I tried logging in immediately after that message with version 1.54, I didn't have any problems.

2) The UI goes into a tight loop with a message that it is trying to check for friends posts, but as far as I can tell no network activity is going on.

3) Crash while typing a test entry into the main entry window.
moonlessnights
Jan. 18th, 2004 11:40 pm (UTC)
Thanks for the report
What kind of network connection do you have?

The first one sounds like a really strange bug which I am not sure how to decipher.

The second one occurs only if it is having a hard time creating the initial socket to talk to LJ's server. This is usually the result of a slow connection or one with high packet loss (a wireless network or a home network hosted by a D-Link router).

The third is interesting. Can you send the crash log for that?
cryo
Jan. 19th, 2004 06:45 pm (UTC)
I have added a DEVEL version for that branch to keep track of bugs.

I'm noting connection issues as well when I last tested it. I'll pull an update and check again shortly to try to verify it.
moonlessnights
Jan. 19th, 2004 07:38 pm (UTC)
I am wondering if the connection issues have something to do with the different way that I handle passwords. I think that there may be some assumptions made about what kind of password it gets from the keychain. I am curious to see if removing (or renaming, whatever) the preference file and re-entering that information would resolve the connection problems.
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