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Hmmm, I just checked my history... blank except for this URL that I just accessed. Somehow I'd say there is an issue.
Trying to be helpful, I looked at the actual history.dat file. Interesting... it's size is 2800 bytes... more interesting is it does carry a creation date of 3/23/09, so the file is not being deleted and recreated, the entries are being blanked.
Even more interesting, I am on 10.4.11 on a PPC machine, just like Esquilax. I too rarely use the history entries, but every now and then I NEED them.
Post haste as they say! Report back in a day or two...
Got the new build installed and I'm starting with ONLY a link to this thread in history... so that's the starting point.
I did the same quick test as outlined a few posts back, and so far, everything seems to work fine. Thanks, RPMozley! And thanks paulc for verifying the problem.
While not enough time has really gone by, but based on never having ANY history, I seem to have links from yesterday when I launched this build as well as earlier this morning... so it has lasted for one date change. To really evaluate it, I should see my choice of number of days of history honored. While I prefer it longer, I set mine to 6 days... and we'll see how that goes.
Well I removed the compiler flag -mcpu=970 and replaced it with -mtune=970. I also removed another flag -ftracer, as it doesn't really do all that much except make the build larger in file size, but I suspect the first change may have fixed things.
I found this thread after having the same History problem mentioned; I would lose partial history of the previous day and all of the weeks preceding days. Running a Dual 2.3 PPC G5 w/ 10.5.8.
Many thanks for posting this build(!) as it fixed everything and I'm back to normal. I depend on History quite a bit for ongoing project which needs temporary references to earlier days.
FWIW, the issue is really put to bed, I have tons of "history" now... matching my # of days setting.
I'm keeping my old PowerBook G4 1.5 alive with these builds, thanks
Thanks, RPM. Your builds have moved Camino ahead of Safari as my go-to browser. Glad I found you.
nice stuff, your gonna update this to Camino 2.0.7 in the near future?
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