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- Apr 2 2016, 6:16 AM (197 w, 6 d)
Wed, Jan 15
Don't forget there is already ecrire which could serve as a quick start.
Mon, Jan 13
Sun, Jan 12
Could you please post the compiler warnings? Because just casting a return value like the following will solve compiler warnings, but sadly may solve, but - worse - may not resolve any bugs, but even hide them in the future. Especially this strlen call doesn't seem right:
Sat, Jan 11
Yep, I don't think this is fixable as EFM is tightly integrated for various reasons into the enlightenment display manager itself.
Thu, Jan 9
Also, please state again here so those who could solve it will know:
Could you please tell us which version of enlightenment you are using and on which OS/Distribution? Or are you on Git and build yourself?
Sat, Jan 4
testing a bit more, this script is very effective for stopping e for up to 5 seconds for me. First send a via notify-send which returns immediately, start date and then shellementary. Needs a bit higher load and a hardware accelerated video playing. Browsers like Firefox and Chromium are helpful as well. Restarts after 900 seconds which seems enough to purge the kernel cache of shellementary and its librarys.
For me I've found a relatively reliable testcase for this: shellementary. When I play a video, have a browser open and a system load roughly equal to the number of cpu cores, e hangs for up to 5 seconds when opening it the first time. So it seems either e or Xorg is waiting for the creation of this window, but shellementary sometimes takes too long (maybe on memory init?)
Mon, Dec 23
Sun, Dec 22
Dec 18 2019
Dec 17 2019
Well, also no one ever fixed this: T3438
Thank you, this looks much better than before.
Dec 16 2019
Dec 15 2019
I don't like this if-if structure. Yes I see it's been there before, but this could be a good moment to solve this as well
Is this with the "tasks" module?
could you please add some tags?
Nov 29 2019
For emacs and pcmanfmqt, it's worth, i can't maximise windows.
Nov 28 2019
Could you please upload a dmesg and/or a journalctl -b, both after a fresh reboot as it will then be shorter?
Nov 21 2019
Nov 20 2019
... and just when i thought i've seen the worst of c, strcmp is undefined behaviour with NULL ...
What compiler are you using?
Nov 19 2019
Nov 16 2019
I assume you are talking about efl?
Nov 9 2019
can you please try a ninja clean before building?
Oct 19 2019
sorry, but this does not guarantee you anything. there are so many interrupts possible between these calls, anything below a lock. or an atomic call, will be useless.
Oct 12 2019
Oct 8 2019
One of the main reasons I hate with C is that strclat, or better, strl*, are not portable. Maybe it works, maybe it doesn't. Isn't there some Eina* function to work around this?
Oct 5 2019
Oct 4 2019
May I inquire why you replace eina_stringshare_del with a NULL parametered eina_stringshare_replace? The former is very clear on what the code should do, delete the string, the latter requires much more thought to go about what this actually should do.
Oct 3 2019
Oct 1 2019
Sep 22 2019
Could you please state your version of enlightenment?
Sep 2 2019
could you try to disable Hardware Acceleration in firefox?
Sep 1 2019
Aug 26 2019
Aug 25 2019
i've been playing around with this a bit and it seems it is caused by the locking mechanism of the package manager.
Aug 22 2019
Aug 20 2019
I can't help you much here because I'm on holidays and I only have my phone. I'll come back in early September.
Aug 18 2019
Aug 11 2019
strange, did it ever work for you/on fedora?
and then the checkmark again.
does it change when you press the refresh button in the popup menu?
Aug 10 2019
Aug 8 2019
Aug 7 2019
I'm sorry it took so long for anyone to answer, but the picture
I have failed to find a suitable man page of the clock module. As such i am unable to understand what the ci->week.start = 1 should actually do. it gets configured, all right, but what it actually should do ... ?
I'll have to assume you are using linux.
the pastebin already died. however you can upload a file here on this bugreporting page, which i hope you'll do.
The argument (basic) is added to the layout string (ru (basic) instead of just ru) and libxkbcommon throws an error
When a new window opens it will render -for a split second- a picture from another xwayland app.
Enlightenment by default stores a crashlog in your home directory called ~/.e-crashlog.txt. please delete this file, as every crash will be appended to it, and then crash enlightenment again. then please upload the newly created ~/.e-crashlog.txt.
this sounds like an out-of-memory situation, or generally high system load.
I am sorry, but i am very confused by your ticket. However you seem to have resolved it, or it may have resolved itself.