One other month has handed, so time for an additional month-to-month replace from the Haiku staff. This time round, we get two for the worth of 1. First, the common month-to-month exercise report, the place we will learn that work on the ARM64 and RISC-V ports continues, and whereas these ports are nowhere close to full, they serve an vital operate each in discovering bugs and points, in addition to in getting Haiku prepared for future structure transitions. Tracker additionally acquired thumbnail assist, however that is disabled by default for now, and naturally, there’s a variety of low-level work being accomplished, too.
The second replace comes from waddlesplash, Haiku Inc.’s precise paid full-time developer. In his report, he particulars his work on fixing two Haiku bugs that induced frequent crashes in WebKit, in addition to in depth work on the USB stack – extra particularly, bettering USB 3.0 assist. On high of that, he additionally particulars a variety of his low-level work over the month of September.