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Old 2004-11-22, 16:57   #1
TTn
 

3,583 Posts
Post RMA 1.7 beta bugs

1. Configuration display does not always show correctly.
This is my rookie mistake, that will be fixed, and is not a computational problem.

2. You must exit the program, in order to start a new file. Otherwise it resumes whatever last test you had in process.
This was not the planned behaviour. It did not manifest itself in the debug version. It is an easy fix, and I dont believe is harmful to computation.

3. I think the above problem, does create an exit bug.
Where you may have to exit multiple times. This should also be fixed.


4. The timer mistake, I already mentioned.
Easy fix.

5. When visable, LLR steals focus of users window.
I forgot to protect this area of code, with a function used for when newpgen tries to steal focus.
Easy fix.

6. Primes.txt shows last results, and needs to be refreshed every time.
My mistake, and easy to fix.

7. ??


Here are some general things to beta test for:
Does the displays match up with newpgen, and llr's output windows?
Do all the auto options work?
Does the PrimeGap.txt print the proper gaps?
Do all the links work?(must be online) Does rma browser show?
Do the commands work:
Delete files
Does the parent folder for RMA, open the proper folder?
Does the merge folder open?
Does the stats form show?
Does the program minimize to system tray?
Does it save, and exit correctly.
etc...


If you have any requests, or suggestions I'd be happy to hear and execute them.
 
Old 2004-11-22, 17:17   #2
TTn
 

70178 Posts
Default beta candidates

PS, here are some numbers to match up for beta testing:
103 9943
213 9947
3353 9948
2877 9949
1159 9953
8433 9954
2547 9956
1561 9957
2315 9958
1723 9959
2387 9962
765 9964
1253 9966
1307 9968
999 9969
1133 9970
2007 9973
9153 9974
2757 9976
2925 9977
4053 9978
3253 9979
11663 9980
6549 9981
3081 9983
4779 9984
101 9990
439 9993
3477 9994
1001 9998
3421 9999
447 10002
4755 10003
1527 10006
1889 10008
1821 10010
1021 10011
4357 10013
6593 10014
5803 10015
14957 10016
11919 10017
5583 10019
3663 10020
843 10024
4155 10026
2729 10028
3721 10029
2577 10030
1329 10032
2765 10034
2359 10035
7049 10036
3619 10037
1653 10039
3837 10040
4959 10041
1533 10043
3279 10045
1213 10047
335 10050
897 10052
1641 10054
367 10057
63 10062
289 10063
47 10068
2955 10069
1635 10071
5299 10073
2113 10075
1343 10076
6141 10077
4805 10078
4969 10079
5493 10080
2845 10081
1305 10084
4749 10085
13 10095
1079 10096
2391 10097
265 10101
1083 10103
355 10105
811 10109
1503 10111
4757 10112
5695 10113
3347 10114
517 10117
1473 10118
3331 10119
2397 10120
3225 10121
2049 10124
2625 10125
5357 10126
2813 10128


Start with k=1, and n=9941.
Try this run with, and without "New Master File" checked in the preferences.
Note: For accuracy, remember that LLR must not be throwing out candidates faster than 1 per second. Otherwise two primes can be fired within the same event procedure, and the second prime will be counted as the new start
 
Old 2004-11-24, 22:11   #3
TTn
 

52·109 Posts
Talking squashed

7. Proth/Twin auto mode does not work.
I fixed this. It was a the biggest bug.

2. Exit bugs fixed. So now new file, will work during runtime.
This bug was not entirely my fault(possibly InterDev).
 
 

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