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#226 2013-08-15 11:33:51

mlq
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Re: jumanji - a web browser

Hi,

rootbox wrote:

Any idea how to fix that issue?

jumanji-git is the develop branch of jumanji which is a complete rewrite of the original jumanji. Since it did not get much attention in the last months it still lacks some features that were implemented
in the master branch of jumanji, but some others have been introduced. One main change is that some of the settings variables have been renamed (for most just the underline has been replaced with a dash).

rootbox wrote:

warning: Unknown option: auto_save

'auto_save' should be 'save-session-at-exit' in combination with 'load-session-at-startup' (but those are enabled by default, so you can just remove it).

rootbox wrote:

warning: Too many arguments for :set.

I can only answer this if I can see the line, but the message should be self-explainatory.

rootbox wrote:

warning: Unknown option: download_dir

This is now called 'download-dir'.

rootbox wrote:

warning: Not a valid shortcut function: nav_history

This is now called 'navigate-history'.

rootbox wrote:

warning: Could not process line 11 in '/home/benedikt/.config/jumanji/jumanjirc': Unknown handle 'bmap'

This does not exist anymore, you can just use 'map'.

rootbox wrote:

warning: Data files have been detected in the old data directory /home/benedikt/.config/jumanji. Please move them to the new data directory /home/benedikt/.local/share/jumanji.

Do as explained.

rootbox wrote:

** (jumanji:3611): CRITICAL **: girara_list_iterator_data: assertion `iter && iter->element' failed
[3]    3611 segmentation fault (core dumped)  jumanji

Could you provice a backtrace? Before you apply the above mentioned changes, please clone the repository and do the following changes to generate a backtrace. This would be great to narrow down the cause of this error and to develop a fix.

$ git clone git://pwmt.org/jumanji.git
$ cd jumanji
$ git checkout --track -b develop origin/develop
$ make debug
$ gdb jumanji-debug

Now you press 'r' to start jumanji, a message about the segfault should occur. Then you type 'bt' to retrieve the backtrace, which would be great if you could upload it.

Thanks in advance

Last edited by mlq (2013-08-15 11:34:18)

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#227 2013-08-16 09:01:56

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Re: jumanji - a web browser

I hope you don't mind me asking: What advantages does jumanji have over dwb?
They seem to be occupying exactly the same niche.

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#228 2013-08-16 15:19:26

mlq
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Re: jumanji - a web browser

Hi!

sas wrote:

I hope you don't mind me asking: What advantages does jumanji have over dwb?
They seem to be occupying exactly the same niche.

Since I do not follow the development of dwb, I honestly do not know.

Best regards

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#229 2013-08-20 14:36:01

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Re: jumanji - a web browser

I'm trying to use in ubuntu 13.04 but I'm having problem with github.
Every time I try to open the page of a file (e.g. https://github.com/jrburke/r.js/blob/ma … .build.js) jumanji just crashes.

Compiled using libwebkit-dev version 1.10.2-0ubuntu1

Tried dwb mentioned above and it crashes too so it surely is a problem with the version of some package. Any suggestion?

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#230 2013-08-31 11:48:50

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Re: jumanji - a web browser

mlq wrote:

Could you provice a backtrace?

#0  0x08053397 in sessionload (session=0x80c8220, name=0x805e03d "default_session") at session.c:32
#1  0x08055126 in jumanji_init (argc=1, argv=0xbffffa94) at jumanji.c:266
#2  0x0805613b in main (argc=1, argv=0xbffffa94) at jumanji.c:750

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#231 2013-09-01 11:58:17

mlq
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Re: jumanji - a web browser

Apis wrote:
mlq wrote:

Could you provice a backtrace?

#0  0x08053397 in sessionload (session=0x80c8220, name=0x805e03d "default_session") at session.c:32
#1  0x08055126 in jumanji_init (argc=1, argv=0xbffffa94) at jumanji.c:266
#2  0x0805613b in main (argc=1, argv=0xbffffa94) at jumanji.c:750

Please pull the latest changes and test again.

Best regards

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#232 2013-09-01 12:00:32

mlq
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Re: jumanji - a web browser

fedemp wrote:

I'm trying to use in ubuntu 13.04 but I'm having problem with github.
Every time I try to open the page of a file (e.g. https://github.com/jrburke/r.js/blob/ma … .build.js) jumanji just crashes.

Compiled using libwebkit-dev version 1.10.2-0ubuntu1

Tried dwb mentioned above and it crashes too so it surely is a problem with the version of some package. Any suggestion?

Its probably a webkit issue, but I am not able to reproduce this wih webkit 1.10.2 on Arch Linux.

Best regards

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#233 2013-09-02 08:40:33

Apis
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Re: jumanji - a web browser

mlq wrote:

Please pull the latest changes and test again.

#0  0x08055294 in jumanji_init (argc=1, argv=0xbffffa74) at jumanji.c:295
#1  0x08056153 in main (argc=1, argv=0xbffffa74) at jumanji.c:750

I hope I did it right.

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#234 2013-09-02 08:51:12

mlq
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Re: jumanji - a web browser

Apis wrote:
mlq wrote:

Please pull the latest changes and test again.

#0  0x08055294 in jumanji_init (argc=1, argv=0xbffffa74) at jumanji.c:295
#1  0x08056153 in main (argc=1, argv=0xbffffa74) at jumanji.c:750

I hope I did it right.

I think I've figured it out and a fix should be available in the repository. So please just pull the changes again and give it a shot.

Thanks!

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#235 2013-09-03 17:44:30

Apis
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Re: jumanji - a web browser

mlq wrote:
Apis wrote:
mlq wrote:

Please pull the latest changes and test again.

#0  0x08055294 in jumanji_init (argc=1, argv=0xbffffa74) at jumanji.c:295
#1  0x08056153 in main (argc=1, argv=0xbffffa74) at jumanji.c:750

I hope I did it right.

I think I've figured it out and a fix should be available in the repository. So please just pull the changes again and give it a shot.

Thanks!

All works fine, thanks.

Another question: how can I set font in git version?

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#236 2013-09-03 21:05:14

mlq
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Re: jumanji - a web browser

Apis wrote:

Another question: how can I set font in git version?

set font "monospace normal 12"

Best regards

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#237 2013-10-17 03:09:27

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Re: jumanji - a web browser

I'm just trying to get started with jumanji. Am I missing something obvious about usage? Viewing the project page configuration and usage pages is somewhat uninformative to me, unless I'm to take it that I need to setup all commands and options from scratch. The Arch Wiki page for jumanji lists some shortcuts, which I thought was quite helpful. Here are some of the ones listed I'd love to use:

C-m       = Toggle status bar
C-n       = Toggle tab bar
o         = enter url to open in same tab
t         = enter url to open in new tab
j         = scroll down
k         = scroll up
h         = scroll left
l         = scroll right

At first `o` worked for me, and I was able to open gmail. How does one "steal focus" back from gmail when one has shortcuts turned on? For example, gmail allows `j` and `k` for paging through emails... but that's what jumanji wants to do to scroll. `t` is non-functional and it seemed impossible to open a new URL in a new tab. Taking a cue from vi and my use of zathura, I tried `:`, thinking it would let me enter commands somehow... it seemed to just track whatever I typed so that the right of my status bar was just a log of everything I tried: `ggg::::ttgigggtttiiog:::tttT` and so on.

Tips for just "getting up and running"? Was gmail just a horrible thing to start with since it steals keyboard focus? I checked `pacman -Ql jumanji` and it didn't come with a skeleton jumanjirc, nor install one to /etc/jumanjirc... so I'm sort of assuming I don't need one to just try it out. Is that assumption incorrect?

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#238 2013-12-10 19:07:27

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Re: jumanji - a web browser

Bump for the above -- anyone?

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#239 2014-04-28 03:08:30

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Re: jumanji - a web browser

Alright, back to trying jumanji as chromium has been devouring cpu for some reason since recent updates...

My questions above still stand -- any input would be awesome and I'm hoping this is still under development/active, though I'm starting to wonder since it's been 6mos with no reply to this thread, let alone my question.

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EDIT: Ignore the below. Shame on me. I installed jumanji-git, tried some shortcuts and they weren't working, and started wondering if the documentation for shortcuts pertained to the regular jumanji package instead, so I installed that. What did it was starting from the command line instead of my openbox rc.xml keyboard shortcut. That let me see that <A-Left> was giving me an error about an unrecognized keyboard shortcut. Then I installed jumanji-git again, and it, indeed wants the nagivate_history option. So, essentially, my issue was:
- Using <A-Left> + nag/navigate_history in jumanji (shortcut doesn't work)
- Using <A-Left> + nav_history in jumanji-git (outdated command name)

I can confirm that he shortcut and the package-approproate command (nav_history for jumanji, navigate_history for jumanji-git) works just fine! Sorry for the noise...
END EDIT

On that note, I'm trying to set up some keyboard shortcuts so that my reflexive use of Alt-Left/Right arrow for back/forward can be satisfied. From reading the jumanji configuration page it looks like these should work:

map <A-Left> navigate_history previous
map <A-Right> navigate_history next

They don't seem to, and I tried using C-Left/Right as well, just in case something was messing with Alt+arrow in openbox. I don't have anything mapped to either in openbox, but just tried to see. I also tried C-Down, and even C-Space, which is listed as an example at the linked jumanji config page. What am I doing wrong?

EDIT: I grabbed the PKGBUILD from AUR instead of building with yaourt and looked around in config.c. I used Emacs and Orgmode to compile some tables of all the various definitions. When I get my head around them and compare them to the existing wiki, I may add them if I think they'll be of any help/clarification.
END EDIT

As is the offer I typically try to put out there... if anyone can help me solve the issue, I'm happy to update the Arch Wiki page with the results. It appears it's already out of date, as nav_history should be navigate_history. Feel free to point me to a source file I could peruse for some of these answers as well.

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As an aside, if any jumanji developer stumble on this:
- I'd love either a bulleted list or table view of the special key mappings. Having them in the form of "Key key" when things don't work has me wondering which was the physical key and which was the mapped abbreviation.

- Do all the <arguments> work with all of the <shortcut functions>? There's a list of functions (again, bullets or a table would be great) and a list of arguments, but I'm guessing they aren't all compatible.

Last edited by jwhendy (2014-04-28 04:08:41)

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#240 2014-11-04 17:44:49

Xelvet
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Re: jumanji - a web browser

Bitcoin exchanges update the latest price in the titlebar,
which is essential feature.

But it has stopped working all of a sudden.
None of the packages from AUR is going to build too.

What can go wrong? Some deps?
webkitgtk? gtk2 or gtk3?

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#241 2016-01-10 03:53:01

Rudism
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Re: jumanji - a web browser

It seems that Jumanji suppresses all popup windows created using window.open in Javascript. Is there a way to allow those popups?

For example, clicking the button in the following JsFiddle should open a new tab to dropbox, but it does nothing in Jumanji

https://jsfiddle.net/hjmpk8pc/

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#242 2016-06-30 19:09:04

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Re: jumanji - a web browser

Is this still alive? Just stubled upon this and I like it so far..


»A keystroke is worth a thousand clicks«

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