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Re: OS X close confirmation save dialog   -   Garth Hjelte
  [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?   -   James Sentman
   Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?   -   James Sentman
    RE: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?   -   dave duke
   Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?   -   Greg O'Lone
   RE: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?   -   dave duke
   Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?   -   Paxdo Presse
   Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?   -   Brad Hutchings
   Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?   -   Greg O'Lone
   Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?   -   Brad Hutchings

[we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
Date: 01.08.12 20:40 (Wed, 1 Aug 2012 15:40:55 -0400)
From: James Sentman
Hi Folks,

I have an app that is working wonderfully well with regular browsers now that I want to do a version of for mobile browsers but I can't get it to load at all on MobileSafari without javascript errors. The errors are not descriptive at all as a matter of fact the error message itself is totally blank after you click "send" on the popup error dialog.

I thought it was the toolbar that wasn't working, so I abstracted that away so I could dynamically create either the toolbar for a regular browser or a collection of buttons and menus that would work better on the smaller screen anyway. This helped some, I actually get an opportunity to log into the program and some of the page is rendered before I get another javascript error.

Is there anywhere a list of what works and what doesn't? Or even just anybodies musings on a blog where they talk about it or really, anything at all? ;) Just looking to avoid duplication of effort if others have already plumbed this.

Thanks again,
James

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Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
Date: 10.08.12 00:58 (Thu, 9 Aug 2012 19:58:46 -0400)
From: James Sentman

On Aug 9, 2012, at 7:24 AM, dave duke <<email address removed>> wrote:

> James,
>
> Can you check if you go to the site 50 times if you are leaking memory in
> the RS webserver. I need as many people as possible to report this so we
> can get it fixed. It seems that when you refresh a browser the server
> leaks memory, or go back a page and forward. This means it's so easy to
> DOS a RS stand-alone webserver (maybe even a CGI one can't tell because I
> can never get it to work in IIS).

I didn't get a chance to reload 50 times, but 10 reloads of my page caused the server to go from a real memory allocation of 75meg when I started to 95 meg when I was gone. I was then away from the computer for several hours and when I came back it was still at 95meg of real memory used. So thats good in that having a page open doesn't just leak as things are updated constantly (at least not on the server, but without some better no-cache options we'll eventually kill the browser, though they may have added those I need to check the headers again) Closing the page that has been open all afternoon did not release any memory either.

This is on one of my test boxes here that is still running 10.5.whatever is the latest OSX version of 10.5 so NOT 10.8 and not windows.

I dont have any code in there I can call at the moment to output the session array or do an object count, but I can add that and see if I can see whats getting added and not released. but yes, I believe you're right something is not getting released there. Is there a feedback number?

Thanks,
James

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RE: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
Date: 12.08.12 00:25 (Sun, 12 Aug 2012 00:25:08 +0100)
From: dave duke
I have been talking directly with Greg about this, however the feedback
was not updated within 10 days and now no longer exists. Other users have
noticed this also. At the moment I don't have the half an hour needed to
log the feedback again. I have sent Greg an example program and at the
last conversation with him weeks ago it was not resolved. I also noticed
the same leak in webcustomcontrols, and they also have reported the issue
to RS, I believe they have a current feedback number however im not sure
what that is.

Dave

-----Original Message-----
From: <email address removed>
[mailto:<email address removed>] On Behalf Of James
Sentman
Sent: 10 August 2012 00:59
To: Realbasic NUG
Subject: Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?

On Aug 9, 2012, at 7:24 AM, dave duke <<email address removed>> wrote:

> James,
>
> Can you check if you go to the site 50 times if you are leaking memory
> in the RS webserver. I need as many people as possible to report this
> so we can get it fixed. It seems that when you refresh a browser the
> server leaks memory, or go back a page and forward. This means it's so
> easy to DOS a RS stand-alone webserver (maybe even a CGI one can't
> tell because I can never get it to work in IIS).

I didn't get a chance to reload 50 times, but 10 reloads of my page caused
the server to go from a real memory allocation of 75meg when I started to
95 meg when I was gone. I was then away from the computer for several
hours and when I came back it was still at 95meg of real memory used. So
thats good in that having a page open doesn't just leak as things are
updated constantly (at least not on the server, but without some better
no-cache options we'll eventually kill the browser, though they may have
added those I need to check the headers again) Closing the page that has
been open all afternoon did not release any memory either.

This is on one of my test boxes here that is still running 10.5.whatever
is the latest OSX version of 10.5 so NOT 10.8 and not windows.

I dont have any code in there I can call at the moment to output the
session array or do an object count, but I can add that and see if I can
see whats getting added and not released. but yes, I believe you're right
something is not getting released there. Is there a feedback number?

Thanks,
James

James Sentman http://sentman.com
http://MacHomeAutomation.com



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Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
Date: 09.08.12 16:36 (Thu, 9 Aug 2012 11:36:58 -0400)
From: Greg O'Lone
Are you using OS X 10.8?

Greg O'Lone
Software Engineer
Real Software, Inc.

On Aug 1, 2012, at 3:40 PM, James Sentman <<email address removed>> wrote:

> Hi Folks,
>
> I have an app that is working wonderfully well with regular browsers now that I want to do a version of for mobile browsers but I can't get it to load at all on MobileSafari without javascript errors. The errors are not descriptive at all as a matter of fact the error message itself is totally blank after you click "send" on the popup error dialog.
>
> I thought it was the toolbar that wasn't working, so I abstracted that away so I could dynamically create either the toolbar for a regular browser or a collection of buttons and menus that would work better on the smaller screen anyway. This helped some, I actually get an opportunity to log into the program and some of the page is rendered before I get another javascript error.
>
> Is there anywhere a list of what works and what doesn't? Or even just anybodies musings on a blog where they talk about it or really, anything at all? ;) Just looking to avoid duplication of effort if others have already plumbed this.
>
> Thanks again,
> James
>
> James Sentman http://sentman.com http://MacHomeAutomation.com
>
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RE: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
Date: 09.08.12 12:24 (Thu, 9 Aug 2012 12:24:04 +0100)
From: dave duke
James,

Can you check if you go to the site 50 times if you are leaking memory in
the RS webserver. I need as many people as possible to report this so we
can get it fixed. It seems that when you refresh a browser the server
leaks memory, or go back a page and forward. This means it's so easy to
DOS a RS stand-alone webserver (maybe even a CGI one can't tell because I
can never get it to work in IIS).

Dave

-----Original Message-----
From: <email address removed>
[mailto:<email address removed>] On Behalf Of James
Sentman
Sent: 01 August 2012 20:41
To: Realbasic NUG
Subject: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?

Hi Folks,

I have an app that is working wonderfully well with regular browsers now
that I want to do a version of for mobile browsers but I can't get it to
load at all on MobileSafari without javascript errors. The errors are not
descriptive at all as a matter of fact the error message itself is totally
blank after you click "send" on the popup error dialog.

I thought it was the toolbar that wasn't working, so I abstracted that
away so I could dynamically create either the toolbar for a regular
browser or a collection of buttons and menus that would work better on the
smaller screen anyway. This helped some, I actually get an opportunity to
log into the program and some of the page is rendered before I get another
javascript error.

Is there anywhere a list of what works and what doesn't? Or even just
anybodies musings on a blog where they talk about it or really, anything
at all? ;) Just looking to avoid duplication of effort if others have
already plumbed this.

Thanks again,
James

James Sentman http://sentman.com
http://MacHomeAutomation.com



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Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
Date: 17.08.12 09:32 (Fri, 17 Aug 2012 10:32:58 +0200)
From: Paxdo Presse
I confirm this problem.
I added points to this Feedback because
this is an important issue: it endangers the server.

olivier
> Brad Hutchings <mailto:<email address removed>>
> 12 août 2012 01:59
> Here is a feedback report on an actual issue that might account for
> the leaky behavior. Please add to your favorites in Feedback as
> well-deserved thanks for the time it took to actually track it down
> and file a meaningful report.
>
> <feedback://showreport?report_id=21457>
> -Brad
>
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> dave duke <mailto:<email address removed>>
> 12 août 2012 01:25
> I have been talking directly with Greg about this, however the feedback
> was not updated within 10 days and now no longer exists. Other users have
> noticed this also. At the moment I don't have the half an hour needed to
> log the feedback again. I have sent Greg an example program and at the
> last conversation with him weeks ago it was not resolved. I also noticed
> the same leak in webcustomcontrols, and they also have reported the issue
> to RS, I believe they have a current feedback number however im not sure
> what that is.
>
> Dave
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: <email address removed>
> [mailto:<email address removed>] On Behalf Of James
> Sentman
> Sent: 10 August 2012 00:59
> To: Realbasic NUG
> Subject: Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
>
> I didn't get a chance to reload 50 times, but 10 reloads of my page caused
> the server to go from a real memory allocation of 75meg when I started to
> 95 meg when I was gone. I was then away from the computer for several
> hours and when I came back it was still at 95meg of real memory used. So
> thats good in that having a page open doesn't just leak as things are
> updated constantly (at least not on the server, but without some better
> no-cache options we'll eventually kill the browser, though they may have
> added those I need to check the headers again) Closing the page that has
> been open all afternoon did not release any memory either.
>
> This is on one of my test boxes here that is still running 10.5.whatever
> is the latest OSX version of 10.5 so NOT 10.8 and not windows.
>
> I dont have any code in there I can call at the moment to output the
> session array or do an object count, but I can add that and see if I can
> see whats getting added and not released. but yes, I believe you're right
> something is not getting released there. Is there a feedback number?
>
> Thanks,
> James
>
> James Sentman http://sentman.com
> http://MacHomeAutomation.com
>
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> James Sentman <mailto:<email address removed>>
> 10 août 2012 01:58
>
> I didn't get a chance to reload 50 times, but 10 reloads of my page
> caused the server to go from a real memory allocation of 75meg when I
> started to 95 meg when I was gone. I was then away from the computer
> for several hours and when I came back it was still at 95meg of real
> memory used. So thats good in that having a page open doesn't just
> leak as things are updated constantly (at least not on the server, but
> without some better no-cache options we'll eventually kill the
> browser, though they may have added those I need to check the headers
> again) Closing the page that has been open all afternoon did not
> release any memory either.
>
> This is on one of my test boxes here that is still running
> 10.5.whatever is the latest OSX version of 10.5 so NOT 10.8 and not
> windows.
>
> I dont have any code in there I can call at the moment to output the
> session array or do an object count, but I can add that and see if I
> can see whats getting added and not released. but yes, I believe
> you're right something is not getting released there. Is there a
> feedback number?
>
> Thanks,
> James
>
> James Sentman http://sentman.com http://MacHomeAutomation.com
>
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> dave duke <mailto:<email address removed>>
> 9 août 2012 13:24
> James,
>
> Can you check if you go to the site 50 times if you are leaking memory in
> the RS webserver. I need as many people as possible to report this so we
> can get it fixed. It seems that when you refresh a browser the server
> leaks memory, or go back a page and forward. This means it's so easy to
> DOS a RS stand-alone webserver (maybe even a CGI one can't tell because I
> can never get it to work in IIS).
>
> Dave
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: <email address removed>
> [mailto:<email address removed>] On Behalf Of James
> Sentman
> Sent: 01 August 2012 20:41
> To: Realbasic NUG
> Subject: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
>
> Hi Folks,
>
> I have an app that is working wonderfully well with regular browsers now
> that I want to do a version of for mobile browsers but I can't get it to
> load at all on MobileSafari without javascript errors. The errors are not
> descriptive at all as a matter of fact the error message itself is totally
> blank after you click "send" on the popup error dialog.
>
> I thought it was the toolbar that wasn't working, so I abstracted that
> away so I could dynamically create either the toolbar for a regular
> browser or a collection of buttons and menus that would work better on the
> smaller screen anyway. This helped some, I actually get an opportunity to
> log into the program and some of the page is rendered before I get another
> javascript error.
>
> Is there anywhere a list of what works and what doesn't? Or even just
> anybodies musings on a blog where they talk about it or really, anything
> at all? ;) Just looking to avoid duplication of effort if others have
> already plumbed this.
>
> Thanks again,
> James
>
> James Sentman http://sentman.com
> http://MacHomeAutomation.com
>
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> James Sentman <mailto:<email address removed>>
> 1 août 2012 21:40
> Hi Folks,
>
> I have an app that is working wonderfully well with regular browsers
> now that I want to do a version of for mobile browsers but I can't get
> it to load at all on MobileSafari without javascript errors. The
> errors are not descriptive at all as a matter of fact the error
> message itself is totally blank after you click "send" on the popup
> error dialog.
>
> I thought it was the toolbar that wasn't working, so I abstracted that
> away so I could dynamically create either the toolbar for a regular
> browser or a collection of buttons and menus that would work better on
> the smaller screen anyway. This helped some, I actually get an
> opportunity to log into the program and some of the page is rendered
> before I get another javascript error.
>
> Is there anywhere a list of what works and what doesn't? Or even just
> anybodies musings on a blog where they talk about it or really,
> anything at all? ;) Just looking to avoid duplication of effort if
> others have already plumbed this.
>
> Thanks again,
> James
>
> James Sentman http://sentman.com http://MacHomeAutomation.com
>
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Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
Date: 12.08.12 06:01 (Sat, 11 Aug 2012 22:01:36 -0700)
From: Brad Hutchings
Thanks, sir. I know it's late in Elbonia.

-Brad

On Aug 11, 2012, at 9:47 PM, Greg O'Lone wrote:

> Brad,
>
> I've merged your case together with Dave's. From what I can see, their root cause is the same.
>
> Greg O'Lone
> Software Engineer
> Real Software, Inc.
>
> On Aug 11, 2012, at 7:59 PM, Brad Hutchings <<email address removed>> wrote:
>
>> Here is a feedback report on an actual issue that might account for the leaky behavior. Please add to your favorites in Feedback as well-deserved thanks for the time it took to actually track it down and file a meaningful report.
>>
>> <feedback://showreport?report_id!457>
>>
>> -Brad
>>
>> On Aug 11, 2012, at 4:25 PM, dave duke wrote:
>>
>>> I have been talking directly with Greg about this, however the feedback
>>> was not updated within 10 days and now no longer exists. Other users have
>>> noticed this also. At the moment I don't have the half an hour needed to
>>> log the feedback again. I have sent Greg an example program and at the
>>> last conversation with him weeks ago it was not resolved. I also noticed
>>> the same leak in webcustomcontrols, and they also have reported the issue
>>> to RS, I believe they have a current feedback number however im not sure
>>> what that is.
>>>
>>>
>>> Dave
>>>
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: <email address removed>
>>> [mailto:<email address removed>] On Behalf Of James
>>> Sentman
>>> Sent: 10 August 2012 00:59
>>> To: Realbasic NUG
>>> Subject: Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
>>>
>>>
>>> On Aug 9, 2012, at 7:24 AM, dave duke <<email address removed>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> James,
>>>>
>>>> Can you check if you go to the site 50 times if you are leaking memory
>>>> in the RS webserver. I need as many people as possible to report this
>>>> so we can get it fixed. It seems that when you refresh a browser the
>>>> server leaks memory, or go back a page and forward. This means it's so
>>>> easy to DOS a RS stand-alone webserver (maybe even a CGI one can't
>>>> tell because I can never get it to work in IIS).
>>>
>>> I didn't get a chance to reload 50 times, but 10 reloads of my page caused
>>> the server to go from a real memory allocation of 75meg when I started to
>>> 95 meg when I was gone. I was then away from the computer for several
>>> hours and when I came back it was still at 95meg of real memory used. So
>>> thats good in that having a page open doesn't just leak as things are
>>> updated constantly (at least not on the server, but without some better
>>> no-cache options we'll eventually kill the browser, though they may have
>>> added those I need to check the headers again) Closing the page that has
>>> been open all afternoon did not release any memory either.
>>>
>>> This is on one of my test boxes here that is still running 10.5.whatever
>>> is the latest OSX version of 10.5 so NOT 10.8 and not windows.
>>>
>>> I dont have any code in there I can call at the moment to output the
>>> session array or do an object count, but I can add that and see if I can
>>> see whats getting added and not released. but yes, I believe you're right
>>> something is not getting released there. Is there a feedback number?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> James
>>>
>>>
>>> James Sentman http://sentman.com
>>> http://MacHomeAutomation.com
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
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Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
Date: 12.08.12 05:47 (Sun, 12 Aug 2012 00:47:26 -0400)
From: Greg O'Lone
Brad,

I've merged your case together with Dave's. From what I can see, their root cause is the same.

Greg O'Lone
Software Engineer
Real Software, Inc.

On Aug 11, 2012, at 7:59 PM, Brad Hutchings <<email address removed>> wrote:

> Here is a feedback report on an actual issue that might account for the leaky behavior. Please add to your favorites in Feedback as well-deserved thanks for the time it took to actually track it down and file a meaningful report.
>
> <feedback://showreport?report_id!457>
> -Brad
>
> On Aug 11, 2012, at 4:25 PM, dave duke wrote:
>
>> I have been talking directly with Greg about this, however the feedback
>> was not updated within 10 days and now no longer exists. Other users have
>> noticed this also. At the moment I don't have the half an hour needed to
>> log the feedback again. I have sent Greg an example program and at the
>> last conversation with him weeks ago it was not resolved. I also noticed
>> the same leak in webcustomcontrols, and they also have reported the issue
>> to RS, I believe they have a current feedback number however im not sure
>> what that is.
>>
>> Dave
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: <email address removed>
>> [mailto:<email address removed>] On Behalf Of James
>> Sentman
>> Sent: 10 August 2012 00:59
>> To: Realbasic NUG
>> Subject: Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
>>
>> On Aug 9, 2012, at 7:24 AM, dave duke <<email address removed>> wrote:
>>
>>> James,
>>>
>>> Can you check if you go to the site 50 times if you are leaking memory
>>> in the RS webserver. I need as many people as possible to report this
>>> so we can get it fixed. It seems that when you refresh a browser the
>>> server leaks memory, or go back a page and forward. This means it's so
>>> easy to DOS a RS stand-alone webserver (maybe even a CGI one can't
>>> tell because I can never get it to work in IIS).
>>
>> I didn't get a chance to reload 50 times, but 10 reloads of my page caused
>> the server to go from a real memory allocation of 75meg when I started to
>> 95 meg when I was gone. I was then away from the computer for several
>> hours and when I came back it was still at 95meg of real memory used. So
>> thats good in that having a page open doesn't just leak as things are
>> updated constantly (at least not on the server, but without some better
>> no-cache options we'll eventually kill the browser, though they may have
>> added those I need to check the headers again) Closing the page that has
>> been open all afternoon did not release any memory either.
>>
>> This is on one of my test boxes here that is still running 10.5.whatever
>> is the latest OSX version of 10.5 so NOT 10.8 and not windows.
>>
>> I dont have any code in there I can call at the moment to output the
>> session array or do an object count, but I can add that and see if I can
>> see whats getting added and not released. but yes, I believe you're right
>> something is not getting released there. Is there a feedback number?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> James
>>
>> James Sentman http://sentman.com
>> http://MacHomeAutomation.com
>>
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Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
Date: 12.08.12 00:59 (Sat, 11 Aug 2012 16:59:45 -0700)
From: Brad Hutchings
Here is a feedback report on an actual issue that might account for the leaky behavior. Please add to your favorites in Feedback as well-deserved thanks for the time it took to actually track it down and file a meaningful report.

<feedback://showreport?report_id!457>

-Brad

On Aug 11, 2012, at 4:25 PM, dave duke wrote:

> I have been talking directly with Greg about this, however the feedback
> was not updated within 10 days and now no longer exists. Other users have
> noticed this also. At the moment I don't have the half an hour needed to
> log the feedback again. I have sent Greg an example program and at the
> last conversation with him weeks ago it was not resolved. I also noticed
> the same leak in webcustomcontrols, and they also have reported the issue
> to RS, I believe they have a current feedback number however im not sure
> what that is.
>
> Dave
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: <email address removed>
> [mailto:<email address removed>] On Behalf Of James
> Sentman
> Sent: 10 August 2012 00:59
> To: Realbasic NUG
> Subject: Re: [we] any guide to what works on iOS devices?
>
> On Aug 9, 2012, at 7:24 AM, dave duke <<email address removed>> wrote:
>
>> James,
>>
>> Can you check if you go to the site 50 times if you are leaking memory
>> in the RS webserver. I need as many people as possible to report this
>> so we can get it fixed. It seems that when you refresh a browser the
>> server leaks memory, or go back a page and forward. This means it's so
>> easy to DOS a RS stand-alone webserver (maybe even a CGI one can't
>> tell because I can never get it to work in IIS).
>
> I didn't get a chance to reload 50 times, but 10 reloads of my page caused
> the server to go from a real memory allocation of 75meg when I started to
> 95 meg when I was gone. I was then away from the computer for several
> hours and when I came back it was still at 95meg of real memory used. So
> thats good in that having a page open doesn't just leak as things are
> updated constantly (at least not on the server, but without some better
> no-cache options we'll eventually kill the browser, though they may have
> added those I need to check the headers again) Closing the page that has
> been open all afternoon did not release any memory either.
>
> This is on one of my test boxes here that is still running 10.5.whatever
> is the latest OSX version of 10.5 so NOT 10.8 and not windows.
>
> I dont have any code in there I can call at the moment to output the
> session array or do an object count, but I can add that and see if I can
> see whats getting added and not released. but yes, I believe you're right
> something is not getting released there. Is there a feedback number?
>
> Thanks,
> James
>
> James Sentman http://sentman.com
> http://MacHomeAutomation.com
>
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