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Post Posted April 22nd, 2010, 11:52 pm

Nightly TRUNK thread RSS feed (courtesy DaCypher)

The Official Win32 20100424 Trunk build is out.

Previous Trunk nightly 20100423

Hourly Trunk builds (Minefield next ...): mozilla-central-linux || mozilla-central-macosx || mozilla-central-win32 || Firefox Tinderbox || Trunk Changelog
Hourly archive for Windows, Mac and Linux (not the final format yet)

Last update: 2010-04-23 -- 04:40 PDT = 11:40 UTC
Last Changeset: fe937d72a9ce

Fixed:
  1. #544518 [Core:IPC]-[OOPP] Crash killing plugin-container [@ txForwardContext::getVariable(int, nsIAtom*, txAExprResult*&) ] [@ mozilla::ipc::AsyncChannel::OnSend(IPC::Message*) ] [Win]
  2. #548792 [Core:Layout: View Rendering]-Selecting text in large IFRAME does not cause window to scroll [All]
  3. #550330 [Core:Graphics]-CAIRO_IMAGE layer used when not needed [Win]
  4. #551277 [Core:Video/Audio]-Replace liboggplay YUV to RGB color conversion code [All]
  5. #551378 [Core:Video/Audio]-Implement 4:4:4 colorspace conversion routine for YCbCr layers code [All]
  6. #556052 [Core:Plug-ins]-Flash objects draws random vertical lines when animation changes [Mac]
  7. #557840 [Core:Canvas: 2D]-Should not support hspace, vspace on canvas [All]
  8. #560806 [Core:Video/Audio]-No duration or seeking on Ogg video URL's that redirect [All]
  9. #560932 [Core:Plug-ins]-The hang detector timeout may be too short [Win]
  10. #561117 [Core:Plug-ins]-hang-pair: hang|mozilla::plugins::PPluginInstanceParent::CallNPP_SetWindow(mozilla::plugins::NPRemoteWindow const &) against hang|NtUserMessageCall | SendMessageWorker [Win]


Partial Landings/WIPs/Incoming:
  1. #534566 [Core:DOM]-nsPropertyTable could be much more efficient [All]

  2. #527805 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-"Assertion failure: scope->object == obj2, at ../jstracer.cpp:11212" with JIT and JSCLASS_SHARE_ALL_PROPERTIES [All]
  3. #555255 [Core:Nanojit]-Support rematerializing ALU operations [All]
  4. #557140 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-TM: too easy to trigger abort on OOM [All]
  5. #557841 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-TM: "Assertion failure: BINDNAME in global code resolved to non-global object, at ../jstracer.cpp" [Mac]
  6. #557991 [Core:Nanojit]-nanojit: remove dead code from CodeAlloc [Mac]
  7. #558394 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Thousands separators display as apostrophes in the page info window [Win]
  8. #558814 [Core:Nanojit]-nanojit: handle const conditions for LIR_jt/LIR_jf [All]
  9. #558846 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Update parsemark to use js::Parser directly [All]
  10. #559113 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-TM: GCMETER fix dumpGCTimer [Mac]
  11. #560098 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-TM: "Assertion failure: invalid RECURSIVE_MISMATCH exit, at ../jsrecursion.cpp" or "Assertion failure: uint32(unboxed) <= 1, at ../jsbuiltins.cpp" [All]
  12. #560139 [Core:JavaScript Debugging APIs]-jsdStackFrame::Eval leaks estate when failing to use ContextStack [All]
  13. #560412 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Publicly expose the value of LazilyConstructed<T> objects [All]


Regressions/Annoying/Common bugs:
  1. #423128 [Firefox:Places]-favicons aren't backed up to *.json [All]
  2. #554279 [Core:XUL]-Restarting Firefox resets the toolbar customizations [All]
  3. #560562 [Firefox:Theme]-[Windows XP] Active tab difficult to distinguish from inactive tabs [Win]


Trunk fixes since 20090813 (mozilla 1.9.3) = ~ 3514
Preliminary roadmap: Firefox 4.0 beta 1 Q3,2010 - release Q4,2010 (source)
Mozilla Developer Preview 3.7 alpha1 [20100210 2395], alpha2 [20100302 2642], alpha3 [20100319 2881], alpha4 [20100407 3305]
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Last edited by Peter(6) on April 23rd, 2010, 7:19 am, edited 2 times in total.
nightly build threads 20040225 (FF 0.8.0+) - 20120331 (FF14a)

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Post Posted April 23rd, 2010, 2:55 am

oh, my bad. I forgot that I installed a new custom button, which is quite instable. That was the cause.

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Post Posted April 23rd, 2010, 2:59 am

Bookmarks still stop working randomly and i've disabled noscript too

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Post Posted April 23rd, 2010, 4:03 am

OK, I managed to fix my problem. It seems the icon was pointing to some other location.
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Post Posted April 23rd, 2010, 4:59 am

Build is out

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Post Posted April 23rd, 2010, 5:38 am

A new build came out today pretty fast (especially in comparison with yesterday)

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Post Posted April 23rd, 2010, 6:02 am

Drug0y wrote:A new build came out today pretty fast (especially in comparison with yesterday)

That was because yesterday's build crashed during the build process. I suspect that release engineering wanted to give things a thorough going over before kicking off the build process, again. Thus, the "lateness" of yesterday's nighty.
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Post Posted April 23rd, 2010, 6:44 am

Drug0y wrote:A new build came out today pretty fast (especially in comparison with yesterday)

And now... for more info (thanks Ray for the short and sweat answer :wink: ), a more long winded answer, if it helps :) FWIW (I was in the middle of typing/gathering info for, when Ray snuck :lol: his in): #-o

When I looked at the bug (555794) on the Tinderbox page (see below), there have been problems with network disconnects/timeouts at Mozilla... (do to Network saturation (100% usage) with all the build machines/builds (new & old) coping large amounts of data across the network). See the bug (below for more detail).

This is what caused numerous builds to go down multiple times yesterday (and in the past).

They were going to try a number of things to reduce the amount of network traffic last night... for a short term fix... see bug for long term ideas, they are kicking around...
From the 'Tinderbox: Mozilla Trunk' builds page (here);
...due to network issues with uploads (bug 555794)...
Windows NT 5.1 XP SP3; Using latest Firefox & TB, release builds.. and Firefox.beta channel build candidates.
Testing with latest Nightly and Aurora builds.

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Post Posted April 23rd, 2010, 7:19 am

nightly build threads 20040225 (FF 0.8.0+) - 20120331 (FF14a)

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