[Cuis-dev] [Ann] First sketch of Cuis 6.1 release - Please REVIEW and TEST!

Gerald Klix cuis.01 at klix.ch
Thu Dec 21 12:57:37 PST 2023

On 12/21/23 9:42 PM, Gerald Klix via Cuis-dev wrote:
> On 12/21/23 9:14 PM, Juan Vuletich wrote:
>> On 12/20/2023 12:40 PM, Juan Vuletich via Cuis-dev wrote:
>>> Hi Folks,
>>> I am working on a new folder structure for Cuis. The main goal is to 
>>> make Cuis easier to download and run for new users. It is a bit like 
>>> an "all-in-one": it includes 64 bit VMs for Linux (x64), Windows 
>>> (x64) and MacOS(x64 and M1).
>>> The repo can be cloned locally, or the zip file automatically 
>>> generated by GitHub can be downloaded and expanded in some folder.
>>> This new structure will be used first for the upcoming 6.1 release, 
>>> that will be separated from the main rolling release repo. But it 
>>> will be used for the main repo afterwards. This is why I need you 
>>> folks to review and test it, to see that I'm not breaking your 
>>> software and workflow.
>>> The current pre-alpha experiment is at 
>>> https://github.com/jvuletich/CuisExperiments003
>>> So, again, please review it, test it and give feedback.
>>> Thanks!
>> I've pushed a new one at https://github.com/jvuletich/CuisExperiments004
>> Biggest change is handling of auto-created folder for user files 
>> (user changes, fileout, user preferences, etc).
>> Thanks!
> I retried installing Haver into it.
> This time it produces a really strange error.
> Please see the attached screen shot.
> I will save the image with exception logs enabled an retry.
> Could you please enable exception logging in the next 42 experiments?
> I like the idea of a directory for new packages and user files.
> I strongly dislike the idea that it writes outside it's directory.
> Personally I keep all my git checkouts in one directory,
> now I have a non checkout directory in that clean structure.
> HTH,
> Gerald
Please find attached the promised debug log.
The issue results from some old and successful
trials to fuzz 7zip with AFL. Interestingly these
weird file names also confuse Cuis.

I will move your experiments into a sub-directory
of their own.

BTW: The separate log-directory makes life easier.


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