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

  • From: "P Cause" <pcause@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <prssr-devel-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2006 15:02:21 -0400

I'm new to the list.  I have a 6700.  The problems with the SD card are the
Windows Mobile is slow to power it on.  You can NOT leave an app running
that is installed on the SD and then come back from sleep without typically
having hangs, crashes, etc.

With prss, I have it installed on the SD and it is fine, but I always exit
when I'm done using and I disbale the today screen plugin. 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: prssr-devel-ml-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
> [mailto:prssr-devel-ml-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Hal 
> Rottenberg
> Sent: Monday, June 19, 2006 11:46 PM
> To: prssr-devel-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [prssr-devel-ml] Re: pRSSreader 1.3.2 beta
> 
> 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 <csgreeley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 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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