Ingo Weinhold <bonefish@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > Stable and ready AFAIK for production use. There are some minor > > features > > that existed in R5 which are not implemented yet (search, log to > > file, > > etc). but for its normal use, it works fine. I have been using it > > to > > stand in for R5's on my workhorse machine and I'd say it works > > pretty > > well. Andrew Bachmann knows more about why things are organized the > > way > > that they are. The sources to use are in the MYOB folder and even > > then > > there are files which are not used. While I've worked on some > > patches > > and UI work, it's not my baby, so I've been reluctant to nuke > > files, > > move files, or do anything to really rock the boat, so to speak. > OK, but earlier or later someone should cleanup the stuff. It > definitely > shouldn't remain like it is. Indeed, I clean that up later today. I wonder if Andrew would mind if I moved his stuff into his developer branch. > > Barring problems with support from the server, I can't see why our > > Terminal should be a problem when booting Haiku. > Well, my experiences with the current app server let me expect > problems (no > intention to slight anyone), in particular because MiniTerminal, > which I > understood as a temporary solution, is still in use. I just thought > someone > might have concrete experiences... I don't know the exact status under Haiku, but the Terminal itself runs in the Haiku app_server under R5 - with only minor issues, like the broken window size. > > I would rather see us adopting Terminal now :-) > > If it doesn't work correctly, it should fixable with not too much > > effort I hope. > I'll have a look at it, but since my intention was actually to get > the > debugger working and I'm not familiar with app server internals, I > don't > really want to dig too deep here. Understood, I'll try to fix the window size problem this morning, if you don't mind. Bye, Axel.