Ryan Leavengood wrote:
How often are you updating your Haiku build? It appears that clearly it is too often. If you are developing something outside of core Haiku, and do not need the latest and greatest code DO NOT UPDATE SO OFTEN. It seems obvious to me. Heck I avoid updating often just so I don't have to constantly rebuild large parts of Haiku when headers change or whatever. If I were you I would get a stable build going, develop my code, get that working, then update to the latest Haiku to make sure the code still works. Unless it takes months, then I might update every two weeks or so.
And therein lies the problem. As yet I haven't been able to get a stable build, there are always major issues. I'm updating daily in the vague hope that it happens.
Developing code on a computer that crashes four times an hour and corrupts its own file system isn't very viable.