Could you please test this? :)

northen

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I have written a piece of software, iNfo, that assembles & gathers system info, in Cocoa. It isn't so extensive currently, but I am looking to expand it (as well as offer some of the functionality as dynamic libraries, currently libSysCtl, libFreeSpace, libSystem and libVelocity ;))

EDIT: I have released a new version with new functionality:


http://departure.dk/files/iNfo.zip
Hope you like it :)
 

Fredstar

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Works great on my imac and getting all the right info and everything seems to be working.
didn't realise my boot time was so long ago :p
 

atari1356

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Works fine for me on a 15" 1.5GHZ PowerBook... actually, it says my processor is 1499MHz - where's my 1MHz Apple??!! :p
 

northen

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edesignuk said:
The new version you just submitted to MR crashes as soon as I click "Generate Report".

iMac G5, 10.3.7.
Okay, does it crash with any message? Can you try opening the binary package (right-click, show package contents), executing the actual binary in Contents/MacOS/ (named iNfo), to see where the application fails? It will produce some messages in a Terminal.app instance, which would be very helpful for me in determining, what the problem is :)
 

Bear

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Crashes when I click Generate Report. G4 MDD FW800, 10.3.7.

The following is a general rant that applies to many people:
Also, as a reminder "Could you please test this?" As a thread title doesn't give much clues about what you want tested. At the very leasy include the name of the software you want tested. This way if I need to go back to the thread, I don't have to remember what odd title it had, I can just scan the thread list and look for the Application name.
 

northen

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edesignuk said:
Still the same problem, also tried this version on my laptop, and get exactly the same thing.

AlPB, 10.3.7.
Do you have X11/Developer tools installed on those machines? I suspect that if they aren't installed, the program could crash (it attempts to detect the install of them)
 

northen

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edesignuk said:
By gum he's done it! :D

It's working now :)
Aaah :D :D

A buffer overflow in the file opening procedure of files that don't exist :D Now, brace for a final test version, I just want to check which methods, I previously left out, that are sane to use :)