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|04:20, 2 August 2013||Jdev||(Reply to Version 0.9.7 Bugs)|
|05:21, 1 August 2013||Skotty||(Reply to Version 0.9.7 Bugs)|
|19:12, 25 June 2013||Skilgannon||(Reply to Version 0.9.7 Bugs)|
|17:25, 25 March 2013||Skotty|
2 bugs so far that I have found:
1) A left over java process seems to hang around for each full execution of RoboRunner. This needs to be tracked down and eliminated (could it be the callback queue in RoboRunner?)
2) When RoboRunner throws an error (for example, due to a missing robot), RoboJogger does not realize that RoboRunner has died and the controls to "stop" RoboRunner do not function. This results in RoboJogger being stuck and requiring a force quit. This should be fixed so that either RoboJogger correctly detects the failed start of RoboRunner or at least is able to reset everything if the command is given to stop RoboRunner.
Are these bugs present in 0.9.6? I'm finding it quite annoying to have to keep restarting robojogger =)
I'll be looking at fixing these bugs soon. I kind of forgot they existed for awhile.
I'm currently on hold because my basement server died awhile ago, and it had my source repository on it (in addition to my data backups). I have mostly new hardware now, but I'm still waiting on a new hard drive for the OS, as I at first bought a refurbished one from Newegg and it was dead (last time I ever try to buy a refurbished part). Once the final replacement hard drive arrives, I will have a mostly updated system with an OS drive and 2 1TB data drives. The old system was a Pentium 4 with 1GB DDR1 RAM, so it was definitely due for an update. I will also be installing the latest version of Fedora, which also means I can easily use Java 7 on it and possibly finally set up a distributed Robocode node on it (if that project is still alive).
Back on topic, I'm glad to hear that someone is still using RoboJogger. Knowing that gives me encouragement to get back on it and make it better. I will also explore the possibility of moving the source to a public location, should anyone want to tinker with it.