- Implemented nsIWidget::CaptureMouse on unix which makes gfx
combo boxes work almost right. (pavlov)
- Resolved 53 bugs in the last week, fixing 37 of them.
See our Bug
List for details.
- Fixed splitter to do a system grab of the mouse. Unfortunately
bad.. bad.. things happened on Linux. So I disabled them.
Will try again. (evaughan)
- Added color pickers to prefs. (mcafee)
- Fixed 99% of the region leaking problem on unix. (pavlov)
- Added support for native system colors on unix. (pavlov)
- Took over the XPMenu code & started hacking on it. (saari)
- Switched onchange event in the command system to onbroadcast.
Added oncommandupdate and input events. Need to check this in
when no one is around and I can tromp on all of the XUL files
in the product. (saari)
- Spent time chasing the Palm + MacOS menu crash. Turns out
that menus are not being properly freed, and most likely their
parent windows as well. If I don't get a chance to properly tear
down the menu hackery, the Palm software will explode next time
you run Seamonkey. Pink suggested perhaps patching exittoshell()
to ensure proper teardown. This requires some thought.
- Had another keybinding meeting (several of them actually),
and we have a clear path for editor to do what they need in terms
of keybinding. For beta, it means a lot of work for them restructuring
their XUL. For post beta, and perhaps post 5.0, we really need
action sheets or the competing MS technology (don't
remember the name). We realized keybinding is just a special
case of these things. (saari, akkana, brade, tague, rod, joki)
- Implemented a change in the way event flow works for
webshell and frames. This was blocking context menus and
xpmenu dismissal. (hyatt)
- Working on xpmenu dismissal, close to being able to dismiss
by clicking in active window. Still need to add support
for clicking elsewhere. (hyatt)
- M11 bugs, any features that don't make the deadline, but
are still approved for checkin.
- Hook up system grab for scrollbars, and splitter. (evaughan)
- Fix more memory leaks. (pavlov)
- Get window.cursor support added so you can show a state from
the cursor, like busy. (pavlov)
- Performance. (pavlov)
- XPmenu dismissal. (saari, hyatt)
- Heal those hands! (hyatt)
- Mac performance. (sdagley)
Mac seems to be slipping behind the platform parity curve.
It might help if we were more clear about platform specific responsibilities,
one of the few things we handled better in the old FE world.
- David Hyatt's hands hurt too much to type. If you think
you can take over any of his bugs, or are willing to donate use
of your hands for an hour, please volunteer, preferably
by leaving him voicemail.
Mike Shaver writes:
- Added accesskey support to titledbuttons, to do underlining
like in the menus
- Changed the menus to use titledbuttons instead of the <div>Open
File</div> insanity. This lets you change menu text
and accesskey stuff dynamically
- Also, I'm going to turn on JS
'nuthin but bug fixing :-)
I've put xlib on the back burner and have starting hacking on
gtk again in preparation for beta. I'm hoping that I will have
Owen's code integrated and tested enough to have it ready for beta.
If you're interested in the progress you can update your widget/src/gtk/
directory with the DIE_GTKLAYOUT_DIE branch. It should build and
work for about 5 seconds before crashing. I just started putting
together this code last night. I should have something really worth
testing at the end of the weekend.
|Internationalization & Localization
|Submitted by Yung-Fong Tang <firstname.lastname@example.org>
1. I add ToNewUTF8String method nsString, so now is very easy
to convert nsString and/or PRUnichar* to UTF8
2. I add nsTextFormater (mozilla/xpcom/ds ) to support PRUnichar*
version of snprintf. It add %S for PRUnichar*, use %s for UTF8
string and also support positioning argument "%2$s %1$s" as prprf.c
did. Use it to do PRUnichar* formating. Also you can use it to
convert from UTF-8 to PRUnichar*
1. Thanks to harishd's help, now View Page Source work for non
ISO-8859-1 page which have META tag (or HTTP header charset) !!!
2. Thanks for Xu, Yueheng's
contribution; we added the new implementation of GB2312 converter
and a brand new GBK converter for Simplified Chinese.
3. Thanks to a contribution from Sun, Linux IME can now support
Japanese input with Root Window and/or Over-The-Spot input style.
4. With great work from Naoki and mail team, we can
send/view attachments with different charsets.
5. Address book can show Japanese and
Latin1 at the same time with internatinal sorting (e.g. N?oki
comes before Naoko). Candice and Naoki should take the credit.
bugs fixed (16 by engineers in other groups)
- Performance of opening folders is very close to 4.6 (!)
- Performance of message display is better without some unnecessary
- Prefs and profile migration are much improved. You can create
and edit prefs completely with the Seamonkey UI.
- Contributed to command updating infrastructure and implemented
- Address Book stores data in any charset, and sorts and displays
- Helping installer team with Mac profile migration
- Bug fixes in message composition, and typing performance in
the editor is much improved
- Hopefully, work on reducing memory usage will land
- Performance and usability remain the top priorities (higher
than feature work)
- Code only: Win32: 1250k, Mac: 2337k, Linux: 2627k
- Estimate of Win32 download size (compressed, including all
chrome, typelibs, code): 1373k
Scott Furman added a feature
Kurt Westerfeld contributed
code that implements the same functionality in Rhino. Kurt also
contributed some changes to make embedding the Rhino shell possible.
written in pure Java.) Kurt has also contributed improvements to
Rhino's error reporting mechanism, and has proposed changes to
development newsgroup for details)
Waldemar Horwat has
landed ECMA-262 Edition 3 number formatting methods toFixed, toExponential
round the number to either that many decimal places or dignificant
digits before converting to a string. In the process of implementing
these functions, Waldemar has fixed several long-standing errors
in floating-point reading and writing code.
as a Macintosh MPW tool.
John Bandhauer is fixing
bugs and working on support for passing arrays through XPConnect. Mike McCabe is working on quashing
some longstanding xpidl bugs.
I have added a progress report on the MathML
project page. The report summarizes the current status of the MathML
project and provides implementation details. A number of illustrative
screenshoots accompany the explanations.