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Old 05-01-2019, 12:09 PM   #526
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I have new packages up. If anyone preferred the 32 bit version compiled with gcc 4.9.4, over the 32 bit version being compiled with Slackware's own stock gcc, let me know and I'll add that too.

http://repo.khronosschoty.org/Slackware/Pale-Moon/
 
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Old 05-02-2019, 07:14 AM   #527
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Works good on x86_64, I've tried the latest 28.5 version (upgraded from 27.x recently)
Compiled on gcc 5.5.0 with -O2, these flags still work fine on UXP compared to previous engine:
Code:
--with-system-bz2 \
--with-system-zlib \
--enable-default-toolkit=cairo-gtk2 \
--disable-pulseaudio \
--disable-dbus \
--enable-alsa \
Probably missing some depends on my buildsystem, cause it would pass configure, pre-export, export but later choke on compile.
Had to use this one flag to avoid error, but it doesn't matter (it's unofficial build, and I don't use the feature anyway).
Code:
--disable-accessibility
After that it was all cool, no problem.
 
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Old 05-06-2019, 09:02 AM   #528
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There is an archive of old firefox extensions, some of you might find it useful considering the recent events.
I bumped into it by accident just now, an even though I only use a few of them, this repository is a great learning resource.

Catalog of classic Firefox add-ons created before WebExtensions apocalypse
 
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Old 06-05-2019, 07:55 AM   #529
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Pale Moon 28.5.2 has been released.
Quote:
This is a small update to fix a breaking bug with 28.5.1. More information in the release notes!
Version 28.5.1 was released just yesterday, so the above was a small follow up bug fix.

The Release notes, https://www.palemoon.org/releasenotes.shtml

Quote:
v28.5.1 (2019-06-04)
This is a security and bugfix update.

Changes/fixes:

Restored a global getBoolPref() function shortcut for extension compatibility with old extensions.
If you are currently using this global function, please change it to Services.prefs.getBoolPref()
Fixed an issue with the UI when the address bar was removed from the navigation toolbar.
Fixed an issue with scripting of the Help menu.
Fixed a crash resulting from non-standard manipulation of XML stylesheets by extensions.
Fixed Aero Peek (taskbar previews) on Windows.
Fixed browser.link.open_newwindow functionality.
Removed the default handler for webcal since the site doesn't seem to be properly maintained.
Prevented some ways smart places queries could be abused for social engineering attacks.
Ported an upstream Skia fix.
Improved the origin-clean algorithm for canvases.
Improved the efficiency of certain types of memory allocations in the JavaScript compiler.
Changed the way the application update checker code is hooked up so it will not require a user to go idle before being activated.
This solves the primary issue with application updates not notifying users as promptly as they should; more improvements are slated for the next major release.
Applicable security issues fixed: CVE-2019-7317, CVE-2019-11701, CVE-2019-11698, CVE-2019-9817 (DiD), CVE-2019-11700, CVE-2019-11696, CVE-2019-11693, and several potentially exploitable crashes and memory safety hazards that do not have a CVE number assigned to them.

Last edited by cwizardone; 06-05-2019 at 08:50 AM.
 
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Old 06-08-2019, 06:20 PM   #530
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Board Member khronosschoty has been kind enough to add version 28.5.2 to his repository.
 
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