2 additional patches were selected to Haiku base system :
||Commit message (Expand)
||Deskbar: Limit app bar width by BarMenuBar widthr1beta4
||threads.h: Fix value of ONCE_FLAG_INIT.
Previously - in my similar post - I forgot to mention :
Webpositive also refreshed - just as now again
THEN FROM beta4_hrev56578_70-1 TO beta4_hrev56578_75-1
NOW FROM beta4_hrev56578_75-1 TO beta4_hrev56578_77-1
But to know what changed* under the hood you must wait till monthly report, as I could find omly one patch that has Webpositive in its title from 2023-02-10 and I would be really surprized that would not be included already. The otherts were earlier
Well, I used star at this ‘changed’,
as I may write after the following : (or not).
How I mean it ?.. I can imagine a scenario, when Jam tool automatically
gives the new revision number for all the given packages that default exists in its config
to renders altogether as new base OS ( so the kernel and others ) from source files - those even not all of them has or has not changes itself in their code.
So when Haiku revision number changes
then the packages - rendered altogether with new Haiku kernel -
has the same revision number in its package name
as the new Haiku kernel has.
This way maybe I would do like a puppy that impassionately chases his own tail
if I (would) search beyond for such changes of Webpositive
However maybe I wrong NOW and I will be corrected below
by someone who knows this better.