[prssr-devel-ml] Re: pRSSreader 1.3.2 beta

  • From: csgreeley@xxxxxxx (Chris Greeley)
  • To: prssr-devel-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2006 14:40:27 +0000

I agree about the 6700 and SD cards.  That being said, I can run Newsbreaker 
RSS reader from the SD card and it very fast and there is not memory drain.  It 
seems that pRSSreader has a particular problem with SD cards on the 6700.

Chris
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-------------- Original message from "Hal Rottenberg" <halr9000@xxxxxxxxx>: 
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> Good to know someone else has a 6700 on here. I've not had that 
> problem that I can say. I do have SD problems in general though, 
> enough so that I suspect something buggy in WM5... 
> 
> On 6/19/06, Christopher Greeley wrote: 
> > 
> > 
> > I have upgraded to the 1.3.2. I tried to run it from my 2G SD card and it 
> > crashed my PPC6700 (WM5). It crashed it so bad that I could only get my 
> > 6700 to function after soft-resetting with the SD card removed. I then had 
> > to uninstall pRSSreader. 
> > 
> > I will try and reload it tomorrow and run it from the main memory. Perhaps 
> > that will help. Any guidance on what went wrong? 
> > 
> > Chris 
> > Nashville, TN 
> > USA 
> > 
> > 
> > ----- Original Message ----- 
> > From: David Andrs 
> > To: prssr-devel-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
> > Sent: Monday, June 19, 2006 5:25 AM 
> > Subject: [prssr-devel-ml] pRSSreader 1.3.2 beta 
> > 
> > Hi all! 
> > 
> > The beta version of pRSSreader 1.3.2 is now available for testing - 
> > http://pda.jasnapaka.com/prssr/beta/ 
> > 
> > What's new: 
> > -ADD: Copy Feed Item URL to clipboard 
> > -ADD: Context menu for Site Manager (Edit, Remove, Copy Feed URL) 
> > -ADD: Summary View context menu (Mark All Read, Mark All Unread, Copy Feed 
> > URL) 
> > -ADD: Search feeds in syndic8.com RSS directory (access via XML-RPC) 
> > -ADD: Copy message text to clipboard 
> > -ADD: Flag message 
> > -ADD: When update finished with errors, message box displayed to 
> > notify user about that fact. 
> > -ADD: Simple URL rewriting feature 
> > -ADD: HTML optimizer (None, Skweezer, Custom) 
> > -ADD: Option - Warn when moving to previous/next channel 
> > -ADD: EUC-JP codepage 
> > -ADD: Show flagged items 
> > -ADD: Up/Down arrow moves to the previous/next message in sequential 
> > reading 
> > -ADD: Buffered file reading/writing (higer performance in disk operations) 
> > -ADD: Minimal interval between sync events (for cradling) 
> > 
> > -FIX: Space optimalization of menus 
> > -FIX: Feed titles are searched for keywords 
> > -FIX: Adding a site splitted into separate dialogs (accessible via menu) 
> > -FIX: Follows system text settings on Today screen 
> > -FIX: Update All did not work with pRSSreader running on the background 
> > -FIX: Improved purging of feed item keys in registry (on start-up) 
> > -FIX: Improved communication between today plug-in and main app 
> > -FIX: Reduced CPU load in today plug-in (IPC synchro, loading only 
> > necessary files, periodical checks replaced with FS notifications) 
> > -FIX: When site properties were changed (File | Properties), they were 
> > not saved. 
> > -FIX: Better feed items hash keys registry handling 
> > -FIX: When updating, changes are displayed after caching 
> > -FIX: libexpat patch: malloc/free/realloc replaced with 
> > LocalAlloc/LocalFree/LocalReAlloc (possible source of 
> > memory leaks) 
> > -FIX: Updating procedure refactored 
> > -FIX: Major code clean-ups 
> > -FIX: memory allocations made by malloc/realloc/free are done via 
> > LocalAlloc/LocalReAlloc/LocalFree 
> > -FIX: Cache moving is done in thread 
> > -FIX: When trying to set cache/enclosure folder to program files or 
> > windows dir -> user is alerted 
> > -FIX: Possibility to move the cache content or not 
> > -FIX: Hangup after cradling 
> > 
> > What needs to be tested: 
> > - EUC-JP was not tested, I have no response from a guy who requested 
> > it, thus I do not know if it is working correctly - but probably, 
> > there are no one who could test it. If so, let me know about 
> > problems... 
> > - Memory leaks: those of you who encountered memory leaks, let me know 
> > if the problem is gone or not. 
> > - Update: I made some changes in updated process. The problem of 'Some 
> > files were not cached' is not related to those changes. 
> > - Today plugin: There are major changes in today plug-in, CPU load 
> > should be at minimum (if you have large OPML file, the load of CPU is 
> > higher - of course. 
> > 
> > About new features: 
> > * URL rewriting 
> > If some site provides content optimized for pda, you can define simple 
> > URL rewritting rule to get this content. Example: www.ce4you.cz -> 
> > mobile.ce4you.cz. You will find this in Site properties, Channel tab. 
> > 
> > * HTML optimizer 
> > You can use Skweezer to optimize HTML content downloaded to you PDA. 
> > Skweezer reduces size of the HTML files you are downloading. You can 
> > also define you custom HTML optimizer if you use some... 
> > 
> > * Minimal interval between sync events (for cradling) 
> > Configurable via registry key 
> > HKCU\Software\DaProfik\pRSSreader\Today\MinimalSyncInterval 
> > (DWORD), 
> > in minutes 
> > 
> > The value 15 means that if you make 2 cradlings within 15 minutes, 
> > only the first event will trigger the update. 
> > 
> > 
> > Just for reminding: 
> > - report each bug in a single mail, 
> > - describe a problem in details, include your settings and all 
> > information related to the problem 
> > - description of how to reproduce the is the best you can provide me 
> > to track the bug down 
> > - enable logging (search the archive for decription how to do it) and 
> > attach the log file (zip it to reduce its size) 
> > 
> > Enjoy testing! 
> > 
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