[sip-comm-dev] Volunteer to test MacOSX on PowerPC-based Mac


#1

Hello,

I have replaced 2 Mac-specific files on the SVN that seemed to be corrupted (?!). One is essential to launch SIP-Communicator, so I'd like to know if someone could test a package equal or above build 794 on a PowerPC-based MAC and tell me if it runs fine. On my Intel-based MAC it seems to be OK.

Thanks,
romain

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#2

Hello Romain,

i've tested build 802 and it works fine for me.

Cheers,
Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

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Hello,

I have replaced 2 Mac-specific files on the SVN that seemed to be corrupted (?!). One is essential to launch SIP-Communicator, so I'd like to know if someone could test a package equal or above build 794 on a PowerPC-based MAC and tell me if it runs fine. On my Intel-based MAC it seems to be OK.

Thanks,
romain

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#3

Hi Martin,

Great, thank you!
Just one more question: did the Sip-Communicator icons appears as expected in the MacOSX top bar?

Romain

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On 2007/09/14, at 12:45, Martin André wrote:

Hello Romain,

i've tested build 802 and it works fine for me.

Cheers,
Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hello,
I have replaced 2 Mac-specific files on the SVN that seemed to be corrupted (?!). One is essential to launch SIP-Communicator, so I'd like to know if someone could test a package equal or above build 794 on a PowerPC-based MAC and tell me if it runs fine. On my Intel-based MAC it seems to be OK.
Thanks,
romain
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#4

When using TCP connection to sip registrar, the connection is closed after the final OK message. This prevent getting calls using this protocol.
   
  It appears that the setting:
              // Drop the client connection after we are done with the transaction.
            properties.setProperty( NSPNAME_CACHE_CLIENT_CONNECTIONS,
  NSPVALUE_CACHE_CLIENT_CONNECTIONS);
  is the culprit.
   
  Setting the value to "true" keep the connection open.
   
  Way to detect:
  In the Linux running sip registrar run:
  netstat -n -a -t -c
   
  You will see �established� connection:
  tcp 0 0 ::ffff:64.22.113.139:5061 ::ffff:84.108.7.93:1717 ESTABLISHED
   
  (And then it's gone :frowning:
   
  Michael


#5

Hey Romain,

unfortunately, no icon in the top bar (ToT)
Is it possible to fix that?

Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

···

Hi Martin,

Great, thank you!
Just one more question: did the Sip-Communicator icons appears as expected in the MacOSX top bar?

Romain

On 2007/09/14, at 12:45, Martin Andr� wrote:

Hello Romain,

i've tested build 802 and it works fine for me.

Cheers,
Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hello,
I have replaced 2 Mac-specific files on the SVN that seemed to be corrupted (?!). One is essential to launch SIP-Communicator, so I'd like to know if someone could test a package equal or above build 794 on a PowerPC-based MAC and tell me if it runs fine. On my Intel-based MAC it seems to be OK.
Thanks,
romain
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#6

unfortunately, no icon in the top bar (ToT)
Is it possible to fix that?

My first guess was that code compiled on one architecture (the dmg generator is on a PowerPC computer) had this problem on another architecture (I could not see the icon in the top bar on my macintel), but now it's the other way around: the code is still compiled on the PowerPC computer, but the icon can only be seen on an Intel one.

So I think this comes from a specific file called "JavaApplicationStub" that needs to be included in the MacOSX packages. Initially I took it from a PowerPC computer, but changed it with one from an Intel computer in the last packages (the file on the repository was corrupted, I replaced it with the one I had on my computer).

So I'm not sure how to handle that yet, I'll investigate that.

cheers,
Romain

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On 2007/09/16, at 13:23, Martin André wrote:

Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hi Martin,
Great, thank you!
Just one more question: did the Sip-Communicator icons appears as expected in the MacOSX top bar?
Romain
On 2007/09/14, at 12:45, Martin André wrote:

Hello Romain,

i've tested build 802 and it works fine for me.

Cheers,
Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hello,
I have replaced 2 Mac-specific files on the SVN that seemed to be corrupted (?!). One is essential to launch SIP-Communicator, so I'd like to know if someone could test a package equal or above build 794 on a PowerPC-based MAC and tell me if it runs fine. On my Intel-based MAC it seems to be OK.
Thanks,
romain
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#7

Hi Michael,

Thanks for the note. I've just committed the fix. I've also ack-ed it on
the Team and Contributors page but I still need your last name in order
to complete it.

Cheers
Emil

mik wrote:

···

When using TCP connection to sip registrar, the connection is closed
after the final OK message. This prevent getting calls using this protocol.

It appears that the setting:
            // Drop the client connection after we are done with the
transaction.
            properties.setProperty( NSPNAME_CACHE_CLIENT_CONNECTIONS,
NSPVALUE_CACHE_CLIENT_CONNECTIONS);
is the culprit.

Setting the value to "true" keep the connection open.

Way to detect:
In the Linux running sip registrar run:
netstat -n -a -t -c

You will see �established� connection:
tcp 0 0 ::ffff:64.22.113.139:5061
::ffff:84.108.7.93:1717 ESTABLISHED

(And then it's gone :frowning:

Michael

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#8

Hi,

I think I have fixed that issue which was actually coming from a bad path to one Mac native lib needed for the systray. It works fine on my macintel, could anyone (Martin?) try on a powerpc one? (eg with an alpha3 build).

Regards,
romain

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On 2007/09/18, at 22:51, Romain KUNTZ wrote:

On 2007/09/16, at 13:23, Martin André wrote:

unfortunately, no icon in the top bar (ToT)
Is it possible to fix that?

My first guess was that code compiled on one architecture (the dmg generator is on a PowerPC computer) had this problem on another architecture (I could not see the icon in the top bar on my macintel), but now it's the other way around: the code is still compiled on the PowerPC computer, but the icon can only be seen on an Intel one.

So I think this comes from a specific file called "JavaApplicationStub" that needs to be included in the MacOSX packages. Initially I took it from a PowerPC computer, but changed it with one from an Intel computer in the last packages (the file on the repository was corrupted, I replaced it with the one I had on my computer).

So I'm not sure how to handle that yet, I'll investigate that.

cheers,
Romain

Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hi Martin,
Great, thank you!
Just one more question: did the Sip-Communicator icons appears as expected in the MacOSX top bar?
Romain
On 2007/09/14, at 12:45, Martin André wrote:

Hello Romain,

i've tested build 802 and it works fine for me.

Cheers,
Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hello,
I have replaced 2 Mac-specific files on the SVN that seemed to be corrupted (?!). One is essential to launch SIP-Communicator, so I'd like to know if someone could test a package equal or above build 794 on a PowerPC-based MAC and tell me if it runs fine. On my Intel-based MAC it seems to be OK.
Thanks,
romain
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#9

Hey Romain,

Did you manage to successfully receive messages with SC on your Mac?
There has been a long standing issue with message reception on Mac OS X
and Yana once mentioned that it was systray related. I was wondering
whether your fix also addresses this issue.

Emil

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

···

Hi,

I think I have fixed that issue which was actually coming from a bad
path to one Mac native lib needed for the systray. It works fine on
my macintel, could anyone (Martin?) try on a powerpc one? (eg with an
alpha3 build).

Regards,
romain

On 2007/09/18, at 22:51, Romain KUNTZ wrote:

On 2007/09/16, at 13:23, Martin Andr� wrote:

unfortunately, no icon in the top bar (ToT)
Is it possible to fix that?

My first guess was that code compiled on one architecture (the dmg
generator is on a PowerPC computer) had this problem on another
architecture (I could not see the icon in the top bar on my
macintel), but now it's the other way around: the code is still
compiled on the PowerPC computer, but the icon can only be seen on
an Intel one.

So I think this comes from a specific file called
"JavaApplicationStub" that needs to be included in the MacOSX
packages. Initially I took it from a PowerPC computer, but changed
it with one from an Intel computer in the last packages (the file
on the repository was corrupted, I replaced it with the one I had
on my computer).

So I'm not sure how to handle that yet, I'll investigate that.

cheers,
Romain

Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hi Martin,
Great, thank you!
Just one more question: did the Sip-Communicator icons appears as
expected in the MacOSX top bar?
Romain
On 2007/09/14, at 12:45, Martin Andr� wrote:

Hello Romain,

i've tested build 802 and it works fine for me.

Cheers,
Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hello,
I have replaced 2 Mac-specific files on the SVN that seemed to
be corrupted (?!). One is essential to launch SIP-Communicator,
so I'd like to know if someone could test a package equal or
above build 794 on a PowerPC-based MAC and tell me if it runs
fine. On my Intel-based MAC it seems to be OK.
Thanks,
romain
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#10

Hi Romain, Emil,

I confirm that the systray works well on my powerpc based macinthosh and
that I can receive messages with SC.

Thanks Romain for fixing it!
Martin

Emil Ivov wrote:

···

Hey Romain,

Did you manage to successfully receive messages with SC on your Mac?
There has been a long standing issue with message reception on Mac OS X
and Yana once mentioned that it was systray related. I was wondering
whether your fix also addresses this issue.

Emil

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hi,

I think I have fixed that issue which was actually coming from a bad
path to one Mac native lib needed for the systray. It works fine on
my macintel, could anyone (Martin?) try on a powerpc one? (eg with an
alpha3 build).

Regards,
romain

On 2007/09/18, at 22:51, Romain KUNTZ wrote:

On 2007/09/16, at 13:23, Martin Andr� wrote:

unfortunately, no icon in the top bar (ToT)
Is it possible to fix that?

My first guess was that code compiled on one architecture (the dmg
generator is on a PowerPC computer) had this problem on another
architecture (I could not see the icon in the top bar on my
macintel), but now it's the other way around: the code is still
compiled on the PowerPC computer, but the icon can only be seen on
an Intel one.

So I think this comes from a specific file called
"JavaApplicationStub" that needs to be included in the MacOSX
packages. Initially I took it from a PowerPC computer, but changed
it with one from an Intel computer in the last packages (the file
on the repository was corrupted, I replaced it with the one I had
on my computer).

So I'm not sure how to handle that yet, I'll investigate that.

cheers,
Romain

Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hi Martin,
Great, thank you!
Just one more question: did the Sip-Communicator icons appears as
expected in the MacOSX top bar?
Romain
On 2007/09/14, at 12:45, Martin Andr� wrote:

Hello Romain,

i've tested build 802 and it works fine for me.

Cheers,
Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hello,
I have replaced 2 Mac-specific files on the SVN that seemed to
be corrupted (?!). One is essential to launch SIP-Communicator,
so I'd like to know if someone could test a package equal or
above build 794 on a PowerPC-based MAC and tell me if it runs
fine. On my Intel-based MAC it seems to be OK.
Thanks,
romain
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#11

Hi Martin,

Thanks for testing!

I confirm that the systray works well on my powerpc based macinthosh and
that I can receive messages with SC.

Actually the problem with message reception is quite seldom, so it may not be fixed yet. I'll have more tests today before closing the issue.

Report the problem here if you notice it :slight_smile: (in that case you'll also see an exception from JDIC).

Romain

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On 2007/10/22, at 4:15, Martin André wrote:

Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey Romain,

Did you manage to successfully receive messages with SC on your Mac?
There has been a long standing issue with message reception on Mac OS X
and Yana once mentioned that it was systray related. I was wondering
whether your fix also addresses this issue.

Emil

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hi,

I think I have fixed that issue which was actually coming from a bad
path to one Mac native lib needed for the systray. It works fine on
my macintel, could anyone (Martin?) try on a powerpc one? (eg with an
alpha3 build).

Regards,
romain

On 2007/09/18, at 22:51, Romain KUNTZ wrote:

On 2007/09/16, at 13:23, Martin André wrote:

unfortunately, no icon in the top bar (ToT)
Is it possible to fix that?

My first guess was that code compiled on one architecture (the dmg
generator is on a PowerPC computer) had this problem on another
architecture (I could not see the icon in the top bar on my
macintel), but now it's the other way around: the code is still
compiled on the PowerPC computer, but the icon can only be seen on
an Intel one.

So I think this comes from a specific file called
"JavaApplicationStub" that needs to be included in the MacOSX
packages. Initially I took it from a PowerPC computer, but changed
it with one from an Intel computer in the last packages (the file
on the repository was corrupted, I replaced it with the one I had
on my computer).

So I'm not sure how to handle that yet, I'll investigate that.

cheers,
Romain

Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hi Martin,
Great, thank you!
Just one more question: did the Sip-Communicator icons appears as
expected in the MacOSX top bar?
Romain
On 2007/09/14, at 12:45, Martin André wrote:

Hello Romain,

i've tested build 802 and it works fine for me.

Cheers,
Martin

Romain KUNTZ wrote:

Hello,
I have replaced 2 Mac-specific files on the SVN that seemed to
be corrupted (?!). One is essential to launch SIP-Communicator,
so I'd like to know if someone could test a package equal or
above build 794 on a PowerPC-based MAC and tell me if it runs
fine. On my Intel-based MAC it seems to be OK.
Thanks,
romain
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