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Posted 11 days ago by waddlesplash
Hello again!

As mentioned in last week's report, I planned to work on integration with IRC to allow the developers to get real-time updates on what the builder was doing, finishing the documentation, and then working on the logic that ... [More] actually builds packages. The first two of the three are pretty much done, and the last one I did get started on. So this week went pretty well.
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Posted 19 days ago by waddlesplash
Hello, Haikuvians!

This week was just as productive as last week. I did start on the builds logic, which now can run "builds" (lists of commands) in sequential order. I also improved the builder management system, and created documentation for pretty much everything.
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Posted 26 days ago by waddlesplash
Hello world!

This week was rather slow: I've logged only 18 hours of contract time this week. I expected this, partly because I didn't expect to do any work on Monday (as mentioned in my first blog post) and partly because I still had some ... [More] coursework to finish up the semester with. But despite that, I got a ton of stuff done, and the foundations for the following weeks' work are well laid.

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Posted about 1 month ago by PulkoMandy
Hello there, here comes the report for the month of may!

Statistics
Commit range: hrev49107-hrev4921

Detailed statistics: http://pulkomandy.tk/stats-20150529/

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Posted about 1 month ago by anevilyak
As those who make regular use of it probably already know, one of the features of Haiku's integrated debugger is the ability to inspect the contents of arbitrary (mapped) locations in the target team's address space. This can be handy in various ... [More] instances, such as when trying to track down bugs that are likely due to a piece of code overwriting part of another data structure, since the data that's been written to memory might contain some pattern or even a familiar string that might hint at the culprit.

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Posted 2 months ago by PulkoMandy
A new month, a new report!

Statistics
The commit range this month is hrev48952-hrev49106. I got bored of doing the statistics by hand, so I've run the repo through gitstats instead. This gives more information than what I could do ... [More] manually, including a listing of the most active commiters this month. Be sure to have a look at the results!

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Posted 2 months ago by Diver
Development team of proprietary PVS-Studio C/C++ static analyzer presents their report on the source code of Haiku project in the article, which contains the review of the most suspicious code fragments they discovered.

While the Haiku ... [More] developers are already using Coverity to identify some problems (mostly security related), PVS-Studio also detects code written in unusual ways or with possibly unexpected behavior. This means it can detect some functional issues, rather than just security problems.

You can read two articles on the official site:
http://www.viva64.com/en/b/0317/
http://www.viva64.com/en/b/0318/

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Posted 3 months ago by PulkoMandy
Hello there, here comes the activity report for the month of march 2015.

This month there were 104 commits (hrev48848-hrev48952), 5 more than in the previous month.

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Posted 4 months ago by humdinger
The Haiku project is participating again in this year's "Semester of Code" (SoC) of the European VALS project. The SoC is similar to Google's GSoC, but without the financial incentive and more emphasis on the educational side.
This is the second ... [More] installment of "SoC", the objective is still the same:

Its goal is to connect higher education students with open source projects to introduce them to the cooperative nature of working within a group on a bigger project. For Haiku, besides potentially extending its feature set, it's another opportunity to spark the interest of new, eager developers with a chance to gain future regular contributors.

There are currently 48 project proposals for Haiku on the VALS projects page.
If you're a student and interested to take on a project, you have to act quick: the deadline for your application ends on April, 1st 2015! Sorry for the late notice... [Less]
Posted 4 months ago by PulkoMandy
Hello there!

My contract has ended, but for now I have some free time to write a report every month about the ongoing development efforts from the Haiku team. I think this is a nice way to better see the work done, more so than looking at ... [More] the roadmap progress bars which tend to not move much.

This month there were 91 commits (hrev48757-hrev48848). Let's see what's inside those.

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