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Stuff with the Perl Foundation. A couple of patches in the Perl core. A few CPAN modules. That about sums it up.

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Friday September 09, 2005
01:47 PM

Firefox 1.5 Beta 1

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I've now installed the Firefox 1.5 Beta 1. Most of my GreaseMonkey extensions broke, but it's definitely a faster browser and navigation is a tad easier. I also noticed that the run time for my JavaScript tests has been cut in half, but I also rebooted, so perhaps there's something else going on.

In other news, I think I've figured out a temporary fix for my Javascript testing problem. Since I've built static mockups of my dynamically generated forms, if I change how the forms are generated, my JS test could give false positives if I forget to update the static mockups. Instead, I think I'll have my Perl tests generate an MD5 signature for my static forms and write that signature out to a file that the JS tests will read in. If the signature doesn't match, I'll get an automatic test failure. It's not perfect, but it's a quick and easy way to let me know if I've missed some static mockups :)

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  • The only downside I've hit so far is that if it gets paged out (Win32) then it's REALLY slow to page back in.
  • It appears to have much better caching, so going forward and back is faster. It also no longer resubmits the request when viewing source. I always forget about that when shutting down a test server and then trying to view source. Very annoying!

    • It also used to attempt to correct errors when you viewed the source, so it wasn't exactly what the server sent. Also very annoying for debugging.