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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 8:32 am

A couple of notes about the Nightly thread.
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The Official Win32 20110924 NIGHTLY build is out. Changeset: c71229984353
The Official Win32 20110924 AURORA build is out. Changeset: c84ac4a98e07
.The Official Firefox 7.0 beta 7 builds are not yet out Changeset: 8fdc4ac4682b

Previous NIGHTLY 20110923 (FF9.0a1)
Previous AURORA 20110923 (FF8.0a2)
Previous BETA 20110916 (FF7.0b6 build 1)

Hourly NIGHTLY builds : mozilla-central-linux || mozilla-central-macosx || mozilla-central-win32 || Firefox Tinderbox || NIGHTLY Changelog
Hourly NIGHTLY archive for Windows, Mac and Linux (not the final format yet)
AURORA Tinderbox || AURORA changelog

Last update: 2011-09-24 -- 07:40 PDT = 14:40 UTC

Fixed:
    NIGHTLY
  1. #688081 [Core:ImageLib]-Reorder condition checks in RequestDecode() [All]
  2. #673176 [Core:ImageLib]-Separate image decoding telemetry by decoder [All]
  3. #677431 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-GC: MarkAndSweep cleanups [Lin]
  4. #687389 [Core:Disability Access APIs]-MSVC 2010 warning C4005: '_WIN32_WINNT' : macro redefinition for various files under accessible/public/* [Win]
  5. #627699 [Core:Widget: Gtk]-Port GTK2 to GTK3 [Lin]
  6. #687642 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Change JSOP_GETELEM to use the narrower, split-by-property-type APIs [All]
  7. #687621 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-More ObjectOps property-type splitting [All]
  8. #660718 [Toolkit:General]-Add link from about:support to about:memory [All]
  9. #685995 [Core:DOM]-DOM chrome worker tests do not really test anything [All]
  10. #688624 [Core:Layout]-Use nsAutoTArray in nsDisplayList::HitTest [All]
  11. #688516 [Core:Video/Audio]-nsBuiltinDecoder::NotifyDownloadEnded uses mElement without null-checking [And]
  12. #688685 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Property cache handling of property adds is unsound when the JSClass has an addProperty hook and the Shape has no setter [All]
  13. #660233 [Core:XPConnect]-Move nodePrincipal and baseURIObject onto XrayWrapper and remove from nsDOMClassInfo [All]
  14. #684671 [Core:DOM: Events]-Virgin America website won't load correctly : Illegal operation on WrappedNative prototype object due to setting XMLDocument.prototype.onreadystatechange [All]
  15. #680903 [Core:DOM]-Sort out classinfo for modal content windows and chrome windows [All]
  16. #679427 [Toolkit:General]-eventtracer: make responsiveness threshold a variable/parameter [All]
  17. #587134 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Context menu item for Highlight Element (highlighter) [All]
  18. #671291 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-</iframe> and </html> overlap in the Inspect window [Mac]
  19. #687854 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Move the Inspector code to browser/devtools [All]
  20. #688558 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Context Menu for Inspect Element can Create 2 Highlighters [Mac]
  21. #688595 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Hide Inspect Element context menu items if not enabled [Mac]
  22. #681653 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Augment RegisterTools API in Highlighter to deregister tools [Mac]
  23. #663831 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Style inspector should be controllable from the highlighter [All]
  24. #650794 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Disable HTML panel and make it use registerTools API [All]
  25. #672002 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-Move HTML panel to a docked "panel" in the main browser window (highlighter) [All]
  26. #462117 [Toolkit:Video/Audio Controls]-Add specialized video controls for small-dimension media. [All]
  27. #684882 unavailable
  28. #683316 [Core:DOM]-DOMStorageImpl::GetKey performance regression [All]
  29. #671423 [Core:Canvas: 2D]-"non-relocatable subtraction expression" trying to compile content/canvas/src/CanvasUtils.cpp [Mac]
  30. #653056 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Figure out why Visual Studio PGO miscompiles JSDOUBLE_IS_NAN [Win]
  31. #686435 [Toolkit:Telemetry]-Add a probe on nsAppShellService::CreateTopLevelWindow [All]
  32. #687768 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Crash [@ JSString::length] [Lin]
  33. #687125 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Assertion failure: fe->isType(type), at methodjit/Compiler.cpp:7187 [All]
  34. #539426 [Core:Printing: Setup]-Print to file by default PostScript, other Gnome apps default to PDF [Lin]
  35. #687399 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Assertion failure: copied == 0, at ../methodjit/FrameEntry.h:180 [All]
  36. #686654 [Firefox:Panorama]-"Almost stacked" group might switch between stacked and unstacked display [All]
  37. #685150 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Math.min is slower in TI+JM than TM [All]
  38. #688681 [Core:Document Navigation]-Patch for bug 674321 disabled most of our bfcache tests, and probably various other docshell tests [All]
  39. #687319 [Core:Spelling checker]-Spell check dialog shows no misspelled word and no suggestions [All]
  40. #685788 [Core:DOM]-Test for bug 593174 conceals its location after it's done [Mac]
  41. #686032 [Core:DOM]-Test for bug 622088 conceals its location after it's done [Mac]
  42. #688769 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-rm resource.h and t/ from js/src [All]
  43. #46555 [Core:Editor]-"Select All" is enabled even when text field is empty [All]
    AURORA
  1. #675383 [Core:Graphics]-DWrite font using GDI rendering mode has erratic spacing when a transform (e.g. synthetic italics) is in effect [Win]
  2. #680929 [Core:Disability Access APIs]-empty relations returned to atk [Lin]
  3. #686044 unavailable
  4. #679551 [Core:DOM]-Workers: Deadlock in WorkerPrivate::BlockAndCollectRuntimeStats if worker is blocked (LastPass extension) [Mac]
  5. #687295 [Core:Networking: WebSockets]-ThinVNC screen not updating with Firefox due to use of deflate-stream in websockets; works with Chrome and Opera [Win]
  6. #683316 [Core:DOM]-DOMStorageImpl::GetKey performance regression [All]
    BETA
    None

Partial Landings/WIPs/Incoming:
    NIGHTLY
    None
    AURORA
    None
    BETA
    None

Regressions/Annoying/Common bugs:
    None


Nightly 9.0a1 fixes since 20110322 (mozilla 2.2) = ~3179
Aurora 8.0a2 fixes since 20110322 (mozilla 2.2) = ~2551
Beta 7.0 fixes since 20110322 (mozilla 2.2) = 1948
Release FF 6.0.2 ~1333,FF 5.0 ~669

Release tracking Firefox 7-10 see HERE
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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 9:41 am

Anyone else finding, in the last couple of nightlies, that (randomly) a refresh of a page will (maybe a force refresh) take you back to a previous or older version of a page? I'm seeing it (albeit not frequently) on a lot of forum/thread type sites. I'll do a refresh and blam, I'm on the previous page I was on to that which I was refreshing - usually in the middle of it, as though it loaded up an older cached version of the page from local memory.

Haven't noticed it on my windows installs, but I don't use them as frequently as in OS X.

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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 3:13 pm

WildcatRay wrote:[*]#627699 [Core:Widget: Gtk]-Port GTK2 to GTK3 [Lin]

Whoa!! I see in the patch it's not completely done yet, but still. I kinda was not expecting this so soon. So yeah, whoa!

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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 3:14 pm

@ShadowBottle

Jesus... Not again! I had it long time ago. I don't even remember when exactly. Especially in Forums, let's say in a thread with 100 pages... When I was at the last one, sometimes the refresh was getting me to page ~50.

Currently, I haven't faced it, though.
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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 6:14 pm

I got 299 + 9 bonus points today when I ran the HTML5 test. Did we regress 14 points in something?

http://html5test.com/

Edit: Tried x64 build. Seems the same.
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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 6:26 pm

CirqueForge wrote:I got 299 + 9 bonus points today when I ran the HTML5 test. Did we regress 14 points in something?

http://html5test.com/

314+9 here.
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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 6:42 pm

pal-moz wrote:
CirqueForge wrote:I got 299 + 9 bonus points today when I ran the HTML5 test. Did we regress 14 points in something?

http://html5test.com/

314+9 here.


My breakdown:

Parsing rules: 11 + 2 Bonus points
Canvas: 20
Video: 21/31 + 4 Bonus points
Audio: 20 + 3 Bonus points
Elements: 20/28
Forms: 53/98
User interaction: 34/36
History and navigation: 5
Microdata: 0/15
Web applications: 20
Security: 0/10
Geolocation: 15
WebGL: 9/25
Communication: 25
Files: 10/20
Storage: 20
Workers: 10/15
Local multimedia: 0/20
Notifications: 0/10
Other: 6

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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 6:45 pm

OK enough. Endless speed results are painful to read and don't prove a hell of a lot when you consider the variables in hardware and connection speeds
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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 7:28 pm

malliz wrote:OK enough. Endless speed results are painful to read and don't prove a hell of a lot when you consider the variables in hardware and connection speeds


Uh, the HTML5 test doesn't depend on speed...

And I think it's Catalyst 11.7 effecting my WebGL score, but can't really tell without other people to give me a confirmation if that's true.

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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 7:45 pm

pal-moz wrote:
CirqueForge wrote:I got 299 + 9 bonus points today when I ran the HTML5 test. Did we regress 14 points in something?

http://html5test.com/

314+9 here.

Same here on Win8 Dev Preview 8102.109. (314+9)
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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 8:02 pm

ok, it's just me or the memory consume has increased? I just have fb and hotmail open and the memory is at 600Mb and 25% of CPU.

P.S. 314+9 for me.
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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 8:27 pm

Metalstream wrote:ok, it's just me or the memory consume has increased? I just have fb and hotmail open and the memory is at 600Mb and 25% of CPU.

What is fb?

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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 8:32 pm

Alice0775 wrote:
Metalstream wrote:ok, it's just me or the memory consume has increased? I just have fb and hotmail open and the memory is at 600Mb and 25% of CPU.

What is fb?


facebook.

The problem is even present on a clean profile, someone else suffering of this?
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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 8:54 pm

Metalstream wrote:ok, it's just me or the memory consume has increased? I just have fb and hotmail open and the memory is at 600Mb and 25% of CPU.

The problem is even present on a clean profile, someone else suffering of this?

I'm at 137,000 K in task manager with 10 tabs open. No Facebook or Hotmail. Seems about normal for me. Maybe a 64bit thing?
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Post Posted September 23rd, 2011, 9:17 pm

Metalstream wrote:
Alice0775 wrote:
Metalstream wrote:ok, it's just me or the memory consume has increased? I just have fb and hotmail open and the memory is at 600Mb and 25% of CPU.

What is fb?


facebook.

The problem is even present on a clean profile, someone else suffering of this?

I opened Facebook and Hotmail in each tab,
Nightly about:memory shows 162.20 MB -- private

http://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/rev/4495e1f795c2
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