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#217 duplicate Consider porting the SWT library gyoung
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This is needed for new SmartSVN etc

#216 invalid INI file corruption after running Java app (JavaRDP) for extended period Lewisr
Description

Likely due to memory fragmentation. I know that the condition is triggered by running JavaRDP for extended periods along with my other mix of apps.

The symptom is that after JavaRDP has been running for several hours, even if SeaMonkey? has been shutdown and restarted a few times, shutting down gets me all the way to the point where the desktop closes, and then I get a message that changes could not be saved to the INI files, and a prompt (by XWorkplace) to restart the desktop and use the standard shutdown routine. This never works, as invariably, the files cannot be written.

A reboot (even when not saving the files) generally results in either irreparable desktop damage (broken folder positions, file handles, etc.) or the system cannot even locate the desktop directory (even with SET DESKTOP set in CONFIG.SYS and valid EAs on the desktop directory). In these cases, a restore from an archive is the only recovery.

Please let me know what I can provide (some utility to track the fragmentation? Theseus output?) or perhaps what memory setting I might try when starting the JVM to avoid the situation. This seems to have started around GA4, but possibly earlier.

VIRTUALADDRESSLIMIT is set at 1576, but I have tried higher values with no discernable change.

#208 invalid Error in loading Flash plugin Anchieri
Description

I have installed java-160GA5 WITH ODIN 089 but I was unable to use Facebook because I receive this window message:

Failed to load Flash Win32 plugin

after that messages the page of Firefox became empty and unusable. I have to kill it and restart.

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