Monthly Archives: March 2012

DPS911 Release 5

This release I worked on four bugs in Butter: Bug 434: Let users move track events together. Bug 458: Put the code that validates the times entered for track event updates in a better place. Bug 493: Focus the track … Continue reading

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Butter: Bug 463, the Undo Manager

Bug 463 is about implementing an undo/redo backend in Butter using the command pattern. The progress of what’s completed so far is here. Currently Control-z is undo, and control-shift-z is redo. Only track events that are added can be undone … Continue reading

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Butter: Bugs 434, 458, and 493

Bug 434 Bug 434 is allowing users to drag multiple track events together. I talked about the problems I ran in into in this post. Since then, I got the multiple events dragging using an external plugin. For now, the … Continue reading

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DPS911 Release 4

This release, I did work on Butter and TestSwarm for Popcorn on iOS. The first two bugs are from Butter, bugs 256 and 390. As explained in the post, I did the work needed for the two tickets, but the … Continue reading

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TestSwarm for Popcorn on iOS

Today, David Seifried and I worked on getting TestSwarm to run the Popcorn unit tests on the iOS simulator. Previously, the simulator kept saying that there were no jobs to run. After some digging and trying different things out, Dave … Continue reading

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Butter: Bug 459

In my post, Butter: Bugs 256 and 290, I said that there was a problem with one of the tickets that I reviewed, and that bug 459 was filed to deal with it. This bug involves fixing the error message … Continue reading

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Butter: Bug 434 Status

For the past couple of days, I have been working on bug 434 in Butter, which is to allow users to move multiple track events at the same time. This is definitely not as straightforward as it seems. Initially, I … Continue reading

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