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File Manager/2 3.24.0 released

eComStationNews.com - Mon, 20151012 - 15:42 -0600

FM/2 3.24.0 has been released. The file name is fm2-3-24-0.zip

It has been uploaded to Netlabs and to Hobbes.

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3.24.0 Changes:
* Rework Flesh/Stubby logic to avoid doing work on thread 1 (Steven)
* Add generic linked list support routines (Steven)
* Get tree switch code to work with new Flesh/Stubby code (Steven, Gregg)
* Move tree expand code off thread 1 (Gregg)
* Get ExpandAll to work with new Flesh/Stubby code (Gregg)
* Fix failure of CD/DVD icon and display name to revert on disk eject (Gregg)
* Stop Stubby from adding a null string file name eliminating some random traps
and occasional blank lines in the tree (Gregg)
* Get notify on hard drive without subdirectories code working (Gregg)
* Add missing MAKETOP code in directory containers works in tree view (Gregg)
* Removed recurse drive scan code -- obsolete with Flesh/Stubby changes (Gregg)
* Fixed occasional spurious A:\ drive not ready error on startup (Gregg)
* Improved consistency of MAKETOP in tree container (Gregg)
* Release tool improvements (John)
* Created high-mem safe wrappers for all API functions that fail when loaded high (John)
* Fixed trap in Stubby on startup (Gregg)
* Fixed failure of rename dialog to update the tree container (Gregg)
* Fixed trap on close while direct editing a file name (Gregg)
* Fixed heap corruption trap on rescan while a scan was still running (Gregg)
* Prevent a file name from being left blank during direct editing (Gregg)
* Fixed direct edit code prevents double free attempts and misc traps (Gregg)
* Made searchapath thread safe prevents potential traps (John)
* Corrected failure to show error message on attempted delete of locked nonexecutable
files (Gregg)
* Fix directory container compare selection code (Gregg)
* Fix real object creation when generating multiple objects (Gregg)

FM/2 Development Team

Categories: eComStation - OS/2

netlabs.org newsletter #254

eComStationNews.com - Mon, 20151012 - 04:38 -0600

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Dynamic Windows Library
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Nice set of fixes and some updates
See: trac.netlabs.org/fm2/timeline <trac.netlabs.org/fm2/timeline>
Some updates
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Qt Applications for OS/2
Beebeep updated
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USBD and USBAUDIO updates
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Wiki updates
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