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  1. 15 points
    I am glad that he had found friends here. I never really knew the extent of all of his Win9x work. My current desktop can still boot into Win9x because of him, although, I haven't in a while. I would like to try to provide some closure for others so I'll give a timeline of what happened. You may or may not have known that my father had heart issues. He had a mild heart attack in his 40s. August 19th: Goes in for angiogram, gets fast tracked for triple bypass surgery. He left me a message midday about it and I called him that evening. We discussed the options they gave him and he seemed settled on the bypass surgery. August 21st: Has the surgery. Gets out of surgery, doctor tells me take he handled it well. August 24th: First time I was able to contact him on the phone after the surgery. He seemed well but certainly worn-down after the surgery. August 25th: Had a heart attack (cardiac event). Survived, but apparently it was not a good situation. I was able to talk to him that evening (I think, it could have been the next day). Got the impression that his diabetes and insulin resistance played a major role in the incident. August 28th: Last night I get to talk to him. I made plans to come down to see him on the 30th. August 29th: Situation escalates, possible infection/sepsis. August 30th-September 2nd: He is heavily sedated for the pain. But things seem stable. Not good, but stable. I return home and hope for the best. September 3-7th: Situation goes back and forth, fluid buildup leads to treatment for infection. Ultimately, the infection is treatable but the sepsis is not. September 9th: Palliative care nurse contacts me and I go back down that afternoon. Situation is getting worse. September 10th: Responsiveness to questions during sedation vacation is lost except to pain stimulus. September 11th: Taken off of life support. Passes at 1:28pm. I hope that helps. I think it has helped me to write it out. I forgot I had the message from him in my voicemail about going to the hospital. My own personal take on it is that complications from diabetes played a major role in his inability to recover but I am not a doctor and it's just my own mind trying to justify the situation.
  2. 10 points
    I have yet to see any evidence of these supposed "misguided people." We have only your word on the subject, which, given your general behavior and attitude, is not necessarily reputable. If one takes the source code for a given program (X) and re-compiles it targeting another platform (Y), how is it NOT "X for Y"? These programs are open source. If someone chooses to recompile them targeting a different platform, they have every right to do so, whether you like it or not. Good luck switching to "closed source," drop back by in a few years when you reach a closed-source state equivalent to the current open-source one you "leeched" from Mozilla. I've seen how you deal with these "poor ___ Linux builders" as you refer to them. You drop in, make demands and threats, create a general atmosphere of negativity that poisons the waters and turns everyone off, all the while hoping that no one stands up to your bullying. Most people eventually give in and give up, not willing to deal with your constant attacks. I'm afraid that modus operandi will not work here. I know for a fact that roytam's New Moon 27 builds are in fact named "New Moon" and not "Pale Moon" and do include a disclaimer on the About dialog that states the build is unofficial and specifically says not to request help on the official Pale Moon forum or otherwise. This thread is also mentioned. So what more do you expect? If the supposed "misguided people" you refer to are too ignorant to read and abide by these disclaimers then nothing else is going to stop them either. In the end all of these programs, including yours and those of Moonchild Productions, descend from Firefox or other Mozilla sources. The "chain of descent" is there, and it is not going away because someone changes a name or writes a disclaimer. Even if the name were changed, what happens when someone simply asks "what is this based on?" When the answer is given no one can control how others may use that piece of information to seek out the project's "upstreams." Even after all this ranting you still have not made any set of concrete "minimal acceptable changes" from your point of view. You keep changing them based on your level of annoyance each time you post. First it's change a name. Then it's full branding. Then "unofficial branding" is OK. Then it isn't. You noted at one point that mentions of the original names would be necessary for "profile compatibility reasons." Now, "ALL THE ORIGINAL NAMES MUST GO!" This is beyond ridiculous. Maybe roytam isn't a good graphics artist? I myself certainly wouldn't want to have to undertake the task of creating new "branding" that is worthy of the underlying code here. I'm no programmer, but I would take bets that changing the names and such would also create more headaches for roytam and his users in the fact that this could cause Addons and other associated applications to not recognize roy's builds, thereby forcing him or his users to manually modify every single Addon or associated application in order to get it working as it should. If my assumption of this is correct, what reasonable person with a life and better things to do who would choose this path? I'm sorry, but no truly serious user of these builds has any confusion whatsoever about what they are using. If the official installer(s) won't run on your non-supported platform and you had to get a build from here, that's self explanatory. And, if you're running on a supported platform where the official installer(s) work, that's self explanatory as well, and why would you come here in the first place? Covered this above, but once again - "If one takes the source code for a given program (X) and re-compiles it targeting another platform (Y), how is it NOT "X for Y"?" You "don't want to hear" these things because you don't like the fact that someone had the gall and took the time to compile your project for a different target platform that you disapprove of. That's the beauty of open source. Also once again - "Good luck switching to "closed source," drop back by in a few years when you reach a closed-source state equivalent to the current open-source one you "leeched" from Mozilla." See above about causing issues with Addons and associated applications. You claim that there is some "advantage" in the changes you are demanding when it seems more likely that this will only create more work for the developer. I see no advantage whatsoever to be gained by these projects from your suggestions, only that you just want things your way. I don't speak for roytam, but if I were in his shoes I would be all the less inclined to acquiesce to any of your demands simply based on your behavior. You have chosen to act in a condescending and demanding manner laced with threats to keep throwing roadblocks in the way of or create problems in any way possible for roytam's projects. On the other side, you create more annoyance for yourself by coming here and ranting about supposed "misguided users" who are troubling you, when it would be simpler (and probably better for your health) just to tell them off and go on about your day. You appear to thrive on creating a negative environment and beating dead horses. And, in the end, if you decide to try and make good on your threats then you will create more work for yourself in rewriting closed-source code to replace the open-source code you "borrowed" but don't like others "borrowing." Based on this and in the interest of civility I will state that I believe this "discussion" is never going anywhere. Please stop wasting everyone's time with your threats, condescension, and negative attitude. These will get you nothing here, except an end to OUR "diplomacy."
  3. 9 points
    Notice: These projects have no affiliation with any upstream community code sources or organizations. Please direct all support or related questions to here. "Serpent", "New Moon", "MailNews" are generic debranded names and they are subject to change in the future. Archive directory names and archive filenames will only be changed once generic debranded names are not used in the future. Latest changelog is available here as well: http://rtfreesoft.blogspot.com/search/label/browser Serpent/UXP browser (MCP reforked 52ESR as new base), and NM28XP releases: Binaries are moved to here: (I'm lazy to edit all previous posts) https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/?sort=date&order=desc BOC related binaries: Binary list: https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/?sort=date&order=desc FAQ: Q: Having audio distorted when watching Twitter/etc.? A: Please try turning on "Firefox compatibility" in options dialog or either "general.useragent.compatMode = 2" or "general.useragent.compatMode.firefox = true" in about:config and reload the page. Q: Can't play H264 clips? (for PM27/KM76) A: Download following packages for your browser edition(32bit/64bit) and extract DLLs to same place as palemoon.exe lives. 32bit LAV dlls are in separated package (extracted from K-Lite codec pack 13.5.5) https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/lav.7z Just in case if you have an older processor which has no SSE instruction set support: 32bit NoSSE (ffmpeg 3.1.1 lite build) https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/lav-dll-lite-mmx.7z 32bit No ASM (ffmpeg 3.1.1 lite build, if build above doesn't work on your processor) https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/lav-dll-lite-noasm.7z 64bit LAV dlls are in separated package (LAV Filters 64bit 0.70.2) https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/lav64.7z Q: AV1 Support? (for UXP-based applications except mailnews) A: You need to enable "media.av1.enabled" in about:config Q: VP9 Support? (for PM27) A: VP9 works if async MSE option is unchecked and "Enable MSE for WebM Video" checked in options. Q: Extensions/Themes not working after updating binaries. A: If you encounter extensions not show icon, clicking options button of extension causing browser unresponsive, etc. please try following actions: 1.a Killing palemoon.exe process 1.b Copy whole extensions folder out of profile folder (to somewhere else for example, desktop) 1.c Restart browser without restoring previous sessions 1.d Goto about:addons page 1.e Drop XPI files from the copied-out extensions folder to about:addonss page One-by-One. 1.f After all XPI files are dropped and installed/updated, restart browser Q: Virus detected? A: Tell your anti-virus program to exclude palemoon.exe and/or plugin-container.exe. Some anti-virus heuristic engines (for example symantec's sonar engine) is too sensitive to palemoon.exe/plugin-container.exe network activities. Q: Where's your patches for compiling my own? A: Please visit the link above "FAQ:". Latest source patch files are named "sources_patches_YYYYMMDD.7z" in that page. Q: basilisk browser showing basic pages in GMail? A: set these to "ture" in about:config general.useragent.compatMode.firefox general.useragent.compatMode.gecko Q: How to change User Interface language? A: Please see this post: Q: Portable Loader? A: You can always use official portable launcher with my binaries, or you can use my simple portable loader written in NSIS: Q: How to install extensions/themes in BNavigator browser? A: Please check this post out: ------------------------------------- NewMoon 27 build: ------------------------------------- Serpent/moebius browser (deprecated by MCP, forked by me), and also 26.5 as playground : And NewMoon 26.5 and K-Meleon 74 with Goanna 2.2 (newmoon-26.5) for vanilla Win2000 build: ------------------------------------- K-Meleon browser with Goanna/Tycho engine: It has its own sub-forum in K-Meleon official forum! http://kmeleonbrowser.org/forum/list.php?19 Latest build: ------------------------------------- Firefox ESR 45 with TenFourFox fixes for SSE-only machines: ------------------------------------- K-Meleon Original cross-post is here: ------------------------------------- ArcticFox XP win32 test build: ----original post message belows---- Today's build with portable LAV libraries. Place LAV dlls (av*.dll) in same place as palemoon.exe lives. Official repo changes since my last build: -Clobber for Brotli/WOFF2 update -Fix some comments (no code change) -Enable Brotli content-encoding by default (https only). -Pull woff2 upstream update. -Update Brotli decompressor. My changes since my last build: - Upgrade Mozilla NSPR and NSS to 4.16 and 3.22 for (hopefully) faster AES operations 32bit: https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.6.0a1.win32-git-20171002_2-e68ab5b3d-xpmod.7z 64bit: https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.6.0a1.win64-git-20171002_2-e68ab5b3d-xpmod.7z
  4. 8 points
    > Oh crap, Tobin's here.. what insanity does he have this time? WELL non-existant but likely quote, I am gonna clarify both the Navigator version reduction and the deal with FUEL. The reason the version was changed to a lower version is because I intend to start making releases of what is essentially an unfinished product and thus isn't 1.0 quality. I announced this would be happening eventually some months ago but other priorities have delayed it. When it does happen, consider it a public beta and technology preview with a goal of reaching a true 1.0 status. As for fuel.. As Australis Technology progressed, FUEL was an ancient developmental burden in the eyes of Firefox developers. It was eventually depercated and removed from Firefox. Proper Basilisk comes from a time where FUEL was long gone and the Australis Technology progressed (or is that regressed) the specific capabilities of the browser application code. It doesn't make much sense with the custom Australis Based UI of the main window. As for its deprecation in Pale Moon.. As you may know, the specific Application code for Pale Moon 28 is actually an uplifted and evolved form of code that started life in 2013 as Firefox 24 modified for Pale Moon 24 though 26, ported to Tycho for Pale Moon 27, and ported again to UXP for Pale Moon 28. There is absolute continuity for the application specific code from 2013 to today regardless of the platform codebase. This has been my design and the bulk of my research and contribution over the past five years. Pale Moon has stayed Pale Moon as I have promised so shall it is. I considered removing FUEL but decided against it for extension compatibility reasons and instead added a deprecation warning so that forks and new extensions do not use the component. It is not outside the realm of possibility it could be removed at a future date but it is exceedingly improbable. Think what you will about me and how I conduct my self but truth be told I have been the driving force for years in ensuring as much compatibility with extensions as reasonably can be achieved and the general continuity of Pale Moon AS what everyone expects Pale Moon to be. Without that influence over the years, I shudder to think what might have happened. Likely potential eventualities may have followed a path similar to the likes of Cyberfox and Waterfox. We shall never know because not only will my influence never be wiped out and I shall never be stopped from continuing forward on the path I helped to lay out. Sometimes you have to accept the good with the bad and perhaps I am neither.. Or perhaps I am all those things and more.
  5. 7 points
    I think another problem is hardware support. Vista cannot be installed on anything following Intel's Ivy-Bridge. Some users have luck with AMD's Ryzen, but most people still have Intel systems. It may seem odd (and it is), that Vista doesn't install on anything after Ivy-Bridge, considering a lot of Windows 7 drivers actually work on Vista. This is further exemplified with Windows XP, which is left with scarce NT5.x drivers on newer hardware, but yet, actually can install with proper SATA drivers. I'm sure there are a few members here that would install Vista on second partition if it were practical. Security and FUD certainly play a role in the declining market-share. Although most FUD was centered around XP, Windows 7's "your computer will explode if you use the internet" day is coming quickly. Some people who have Vista probably see Windows 7's EOL as a reminder or something of the sort. Most of all however, is browser support. Roytam1's Pale Moon and Firefox 56(?) back-ports are excellent, but the average user is only going to think about Chrome and Firefox which are both no longer updated.
  6. 7 points
    So shocked to hear this, it was only a month or so ago that I was corresponding with Rudolph about a disk partition alignment program that he had just built. I use several of his programs, to enhance my Windows 98 installation, and to do things like applying TRIM to my FAT32 SSD. He was an absolute genius, up with the very top experts on this forum IMO. 67 is no age to go nowadays. RIP Rudolph.
  7. 6 points
    I have discovered that the 2016 versions of 3dsMax, Maya and Mudbox work on Windows Vista by editing the MSI installer using Orca. What you have to do is navigate to C:\Autodesk and into your 2016 versions of either 3dsMax, Maya or Mudbox. Then, enter into the folder of either x86 or x64 (depends on you Windows architecture version) and into the folder named after the program you want to install. In my case it is "max". Right click on "3dsMax.msi" and click "Edit with Orca". Finally, scroll down to "LaunchCondition", then right-click and click drop table. Save, close and proceed to install the program. I recommend that you have Vista completely up to date with Service packs, Platform updates and .NET. Orca download = https://www.technipages.com/downloads/OrcaMSI.zip
  8. 6 points
    And another one from television, namely a fuzzy image of the unmistakable Luna guiding fire fighters to an emergency in St. Louis, MO, as seen on the August 19 episode of the American TV series Live Rescue: And here's a bonus sighting, one that could get me banned: What would the world do without Windows NT 5.x?
  9. 6 points
    no, I'll still build browsers weekly.
  10. 6 points
    Trying to build it now. Despite the fact that I'm building on WinXP, I still had to explicitly tell it to build for WinXP: perl Configure VC-WIN32 -D_WIN32_WINNT=0x0501 Without the -D just about every test failed; apparently the stupid Configure script just assumes Win 7+ rather than grabbing the version it's actually running on . That may explain why so many of the "compatible with XP" builds aren't actually compatible with XP. Edit: Final (apparently XP-compatible) build of OpenSSL v1.1.1b is about 3 MB when written to a .7z archive file. You can download it from my company's Web site.
  11. 5 points
    New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.4.win32-git-20190831-11965adc1-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.4.win64-git-20190831-11965adc1-xpmod.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/custom NM28XP build: Win32 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.8.0a1.win32-git-20190831-11965adc1-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.8.0a1.win64-git-20190831-11965adc1-xpmod.7z Official repo changes since my last build: - [MCP Applications] Add %WIDGET_TOOLKIT% to the AUS update url for Pale Moon and Basilisk (31def0da0) - Issue #1221: Pass the original element into nsXMLContentSerializer::CheckElementEnd so that we can properly determine whether it has children. (b58a8779c) - New cycle version bump (11965adc1) My changes since my last build: - update Twemoji font to KwanEsq/twemoji-colr v12 branch with twemoji-12.1.2. (59916a7d1) - Help / About dialog box enhancements (#8) (a0cdcc34b) - optimize about-background.png (8ec47d9a6)
  12. 5 points
    Time for another spotted XP! This time i saw it inside the Chernobyl's Nuclear Reactor Lithuanian video. Fun thing: the room where the XP computer is to monitor's the new "sarcophagus" built back 2016.
  13. 5 points
    I have gathered a large variety of updates, tweaks, other software / addons for XP x64 / 2k3 x64; of which I believe will or can be useful depending on the users needs. Now, I can't guarantee that I have all the updates are here but, I can at least offer what I have managed to collect. I hope that this collection helps some of you from at least having to hunt down some updates / software yourself. I have updates ranging from 2014 & lower, plus 2015 & 2017 along with some other enhancements, tweaks, and software. To clarify, I am absolutely not responsible for damages or incorrect usage of software / updates from this archive. PLEASE be careful & always make backups before proceeding with anything! Good luck! Sincerely, XP-x64-Lover Download Link: https://www.mediafire.com/file/q2d8qhynwdr6ad4/XPx64_%26_2k3x64_Updates_+_Tweaks_+_Other.7z/file Download Link (Screenshots of Archive contents): http://www.mediafire.com/file/50yi737yalhlaj3/Files_List_Screenshots.7z/file
  14. 5 points
    Another set of links to Adobe Flash Player release with SHA-1 signature which can be verified under Windows XP SP3/Windows XP x64 SP2 Internet Explorer ActiveX: http://fpdownload.adobe.com/get/flashplayer/pdc/ Mozilla Firefox NPAPI (also for Opera Presto/Google Chrome 44 and earlier): http://fpdownload.adobe.com/get/flashplayer/pdc/ Google Chrome 45 through 49 PPAPI: http://fpdownload.adobe.com/get/flashplayer/pdc/
  15. 5 points
    New build of basilisk/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.1.win32-git-20181215-023af95ab-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.1.win64-git-20181215-023af95ab-xpmod.7z diff: https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/UXP-xp-gitdiff-20181110.7z PM28XP build: Win32 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.3.0a1.win32-git-20181215-023af95ab-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.3.0a1.win64-git-20181215-023af95ab-xpmod.7z Official repo changes since my last build: - Import Tycho weave client (0c47c83e1) - Update sync client for JS changes. (18473f184) - Update constants.js for array assignment. (04ebf989f) - Make Everything Work™ (eae3be4cf) - Fix error in locallyModified. (83e8906aa) - Teach Sync history engine about TRANSITION_RELOAD visit type. (a02c44648) - Merge branch 'master' into Sync-weave (579881ffb) - Merge branch 'master' into Sync-weave (26412bcab) - Pass exceptions directly to logger. (768a1b945) - Update constants. (bfc390405) - Prevent form sync error when there's nothing to sync. (ec3829bf7) - Merge branch 'master' into Sync-weave (088c3cf89) - Merge branch 'master' into Sync-weave (9a673b996) - Bump Weave client version (f85205515) - Remove FxaMigrator module (e156a64a5) - Remove healthreport telemetry module from Sync + tests (3d2dbf279) - Remove telemetry calls from sync (b3586bb4b) - Remove get/setFxAMigrationSentinel (c11450651) - Remove fxAccountsEnabled() (9c966a087) - TPS logging: use app name (07f9cb868) - Remove FxA BrowserIDManager auth (5ec8aef6c) - Fix status.js (1bfe172f7) - [BASILISK] Enable the "legacy" panels for the sync preferences. (c09487c09) - Restore missing broadcaster strings (11d1af7af) - [BASILISK] Make Basilisk front-end use Weave (caba7e406) - [BASILISK] Make CUI's PanelUI work with Weave. (aaaa4564b) - Revert "Restore missing broadcaster strings" (b4cc0a062) - Juggle some strings. (dd13d3ac4) - Remove Rust files from media gtests (d6867e583) - Remove files and comments related to MP4Reader (9ba2b33da) - Remove the old MP3FrameParser (eb6fdca18) - Remove separate MP3 name space (6b6a28ddb) - Move the MP3 code to it's own directory (8a9362ff0) - Add missing #include (45f442a2a) - Only disallow lazy frame construction for direct children of display: contents elements (96258a022) - Merge pull request #903 from trav90/issue900 (1fd53c96e) - Merge pull request #901 from trav90/code-cleanup (d01a5b10f) - Merge pull request #902 from trav90/media-work (fbbda481d) - Restore quota view/warnings to Basilisk. (5df97df2f) - Remove non-functional removal summary from quota dialog. (7d398710b) - Merge branch 'master' into Sync-weave (9697bfa68) - Update Dropbox UAO (5639e1ddd) - Clear weak pointers in VTT shutdown observers. (4f7e43113) - Clear weak pointers in FT2 font list shutdown observers. (67d5558f1) - Fix mistakingly flagged instructions. (f2d4bd1e3) - Merge pull request #898 from MoonchildProductions/Sync-weave (bc8a25f5e) - Use canonical function in TypeNewScript::rollbackPartiallyInitializedObjects. (42766ad06) - Root parameter dictionaries in AesTask::Init(). (195b9d878) - Restrict ExtractLinearSum to find non-wrapping results. (99b534f23) - Avoid useless FrameNeedsReflow call. (d2d004442) - Clear CanvasShutdownObserver::mCanvas when the canvas goes away. (a2638c7b2) - Bump Goanna version for layout code changes. (b62191e06) - Avoid overflow in nsPNGEncoder::WriteCallback. (e80c73602) - Prevent double free in mar_sign.c (2e69b03dd) - Do not report resource-timing subdocument loads triggered by that subdocument. (fea96b452) - Make HTMLOptionsCollection::mSelect into a strong reference. (023af95ab)
  16. 5 points
    semi-OT: yeah, this is how Matt commits. https://github.com/binaryoutcast/binoc-central/commit/94ce5d681724aee1ecc6c2b0acfe3a15d771f583
  17. 4 points
    The task manager shows not only the memory consumption, but also virtual memory, the swap file. Therefore, applications can use a lot of virtual memory without consuming RAM.
  18. 4 points
    New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.4.win32-git-20191109-4a0c734e1-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.4.win64-git-20191109-4a0c734e1-xpmod.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/custom NM28XP build: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.8.0a1.win32-git-20191109-4a0c734e1-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.8.0a1.win64-git-20191109-4a0c734e1-xpmod.7z Official repo changes since my last build: - Issue #1064: Don't get certificate details synchronously. (3252e2200) - No issue: Clean up `exceptionDialog.js` (a63272b53) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 1: Restore initial Solaris support, fixed up. (afc187cc3) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 2: Make the mozconfig loader POSIX-compliant. (9d449ce61) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 3: Finally end the long tradition of casting getpid() to int. (64e03d014) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 4: Core build system changes, lots of libevent/IPC junk. (4105ebb6e) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 5: Fix POSIX compliance issue in process_util.h. (f105b741e) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 6: Solaris needs an audio implementation. (57bfda37a) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 7: All the posix_m* memory-related stuff, gathered together. (3647f42c2) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 8: Align pointer for char_16t. (c0d814c1d) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 9: Look for hypot in the math library (libm). (cf75ede0d) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 10: ipc_channel_posix.cc should use IOV_MAX. (52f2321cb) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 11: libpng uses C89 now to avoid buffer overflows. (7966d22df) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 12: Add Solaris/illumos support to WasmSignalHandlers. (76c55f747) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 13: Redefining abort in C++ requires extern "C" (5c28f10c1) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 14: libstagefright build should avoid _GLIBCXX_OS_DEFINES. (e3fb8bd24) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 15: fdlibm should provide definition for u_int32_t and u_int64_t. (4f6639a1b) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 16: Resolve namespace conflicts with dbm on Solaris. (fca7c45a6) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 17: All the libffi and libxul.so issues, resolved. (beea314ff) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 18: (Hopefully) final version of build system fixes. (7e5ff857e) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 19: Make the unpreprocessed file script work on Solaris. (e51afbcc2) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 20: Add atomic.h to system-headers. (db34ef993) - Fix a bunch of dumb typos and omissions. (575f51a27) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 21: Fix Flash player and some extensions being incompatible. (5a4a4990c) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 22: Remove some unused type declarations from IPC process_util. (7d65eb2b3) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 23: Allow AMD64 build to work. (2f4488521) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 24: Remove temporary GNU M4 workaround. (9cd92944e) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 25: Fix link paths. (21146d0d5) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 26: Oracle Solaris gsed/ICU fix. (e4f90cbb5) - MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 27: Fix ifdef style. (687a798e6) - Fix nits. (a9dc528a4) - Merge pull request #1262 from athenian200/solaris-work (21b3f6247) - Issue #146 - Part 1: Draw each table's background on their own display list items. (145527207) - Issue #146 - Part 2: Remove custom table painting component. (0de40040f) - Issue #1265 - Expose sndio as a build option for any supporting system (873f2cf8c) - Issue #1267 - Part 1: Update libcubeb to a1200c34. (d162ecbaf) - Issue #1267 - Part 2: fix libcubeb bindings in dom (22b35fa8e) - Merge pull request #1270 from g4jc/libcubeb (b7c6c779e) - Merge pull request #1269 from g4jc/sndio (6ee3467a6) - Issue #146 - Part 3: Create nsDisplayTableFixedPosition to avoid display list collisions when processing the background image of a table. (db98e3eff) - Issue #146 - Part 3: Create nsDisplayTableBackgroundImage to avoid display list collisions when processing the background image of a table. (ee663e293) - Issue #146 - Part 4: Adjust tests for fixes. (f1b043af1) - Issue #146 - Part 5: Treat table row groups as containing blocks. (ce11d5cae) - Issue #146 - Part 6: Allow `position: sticky` on table elements. (5ab2da700) - Issue #146 - Part 7: Remove no longer relevant reftest. (76052e837) - Revert "Issue #1267 - Part 2: fix libcubeb bindings in dom" (732fe3624) - Revert "Issue #1267 - Part 1: Update libcubeb to a1200c34." (1960d6e08) - Bump Goanna version. (ee8c5d387) - Issue #1271 - Fix build failure in current in-tree libcubeb sndio module (ff0f4b11a) - Merge pull request #1272 from g4jc/libcubeb (22b410f31) - Merge branch 'table-sticky-work' (bbc2206a0) - Issue #1252 - Remove fragile fast path. (082670ecb) - Merge branch 'master' into certexception-work (c5c44d120) - Issue #1064 - Part 2: Fix shorthand and services module import. (5f37447ac) - Issue #1064 - Part 3: Fix notifyObservers() call. (6df8aa495) - Issue #1274 - Part 1: Adopt the cairo version as our own. (7efd71616) - Issue #1274 - Part 2: Update Windows prerequisite defines. (45f665b59) - Issue #1274 - Part 3: Update libpixman licensing (620fdbdf4) - Issue #1274 - Part 4: Remove some unnecessary checks for old Windows versions. (7b8a065ea) - Issue #1274 - Part 5: Misc fixes and version update. (5f80c286c) - Issue #1275 - Add pref to disable warning prompts for SuperfluousAuth and AutomaticAuth, and default to not prompting. (7f5d38150) - Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP (aff468a48) - Issue #1263 - Part 1: Remove DiskSpaceWatcher (60c83971f) - Issue #1263 - Part 2: Remove DiskSpaceWatcher tests (eb35cd108) - Merge pull request #1214 from MoonchildProductions/certexception-work (8bb208397) - Merge pull request #1276 from MoonchildProductions/cairo-work (0f3635dc8) - Issue #1254 - Update SQLite to 3.30.1 (4a0c734e1) My changes since my last build: - Reverted Issue #1274 - Part 2: Update Windows prerequisite defines. - Reverted Issue #1274 - Part 4: Remove some unnecessary checks for old Windows versions. (7b8a065ea)
  19. 4 points
    New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.4.win32-git-20191102-ff881bdb6-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.4.win64-git-20191102-ff881bdb6-xpmod.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/custom NM28XP build: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.8.0a1.win32-git-20191102-ff881bdb6-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.8.0a1.win64-git-20191102-ff881bdb6-xpmod.7z Official repo changes since my last build: - Issue #1257 - Part1: Remove watch class-hook and proxy trap. (c59c9682d) - Issue #1257 - Part 2: Remove watch/unwatch and JS watchpoint class. (44a077980) - Issue #1257 - Part 3: Remove/update tests. (24027f0df) - #1261 - Update status bar component for the removal of Object.(un)watch (ff881bdb6) My changes since my last build: - update libaom to rev 1f0a4746aa8bfcce3fe7fbd2092aef8fe247aef4 (without moz.build and aom_ports/aom_once.h) (4f8655fb7)
  20. 4 points
    Yes. But I cut that off the pic and reloaded the sanitized one. Ain't that what mods are for?
  21. 4 points
    It's dawning on me only now what a great business model this actually is: Domain marketeers give out cheap or free domains, but obviously still own them all themselves too, and can still do whatever they want with them! So they can just wait a bit until one of those domains becomes popular and successful, then just take it away from the supposed 'owners' again, pretending some invented or peanut reason, with no chance to appeal - and now start earning money with it themselves! Either put up nasty stuff themselves, or redirect, or why not SELL the successful domain now for bigger money to any really FRAUD or malware spreaders! While the true domain owners are left wondering if they may have done anything wrong, and what exactly.... What an irony. The implications are absolutely horrible: Evil new owners of those domains can put up whatever they want on those former trustworthy domains, while clueless visitors still keep reading in old articles and posts and archived website versions that this site is a GOOD and trustworthy one! So they visit and trust and unknowingly download now dangerous stuff :-( With greedy new owners usually not putting up a big message telling visitors that the ownership has changed. And visitors being just lucky if it's as obvious as in this case - but who knows for how long yet. I suppose future new owners can just as well restore former original linked download paths, just with exchanged file contents - GRRR After all such fake or pretended identities (legal or not) happen all the time now with all sorts of former great products and names :-( See it all the time in RealLife that names and logos of once great, now long since dead traditional companies, are now (ab)used even legally to sell products from completely different countries and producers and qualities. And of course in the software world too. Just remembered for example how the successful Stylish addon was finally sold to someone else, who probably seemed trustworthy to the former creator, but shortly after the seller just sold it again to a spying company etc. Actually a popular strategy of those companies, just take over former good products and secretly turn the new versions into spying tools. And recently an article about LOTS of new Firefox addons with stolen identities: https://www.ghacks.net/2019/05/29/another-malware-wave-hit-the-mozilla-firefox-extensions-store/ I'm opting for giving up as soon as possible the 3rd domain of this sort! Before it becomes too popular too, and "try" to get a less endangered one. Sigh, until some day all currently trustworthy resellers may be sold too, as usual today :-(
  22. 4 points
    My Vista drive was removed from my machine over a year ago. The reason is very simple; no more browser support. The web browser is the point of entry of all things malicious and the most important software suite on any machine, from a security perspective.
  23. 4 points
    so build time is shrunk into 1/3 because of shiny new 3700x 8C/16T (in -j11 instead of -j6 as cl.exe can use up more than 1 core) instead of old 1230v2 4C/8T, and also SSD instead of 7200rpm HDD.
  24. 4 points
    I was able to get UXP / Serpent to build ok for SSE only processors. Pic related! Thanks for your help :)
  25. 4 points
    Well... we may have a problem: I cannot find any report after Sep 10! So it seems the report system is malfunctioning. I'll ask xper to give it a look. Meanwhile you can keep posting or PMing if needed. I'll sure keep y'all posted on how it develops.
  26. 4 points
    New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.2.win32-git-20190622-d7359c38b-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.2.win64-git-20190622-d7359c38b-xpmod.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/custom NM28XP build: Win32 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.6.0a1.win32-git-20190622-d7359c38b-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.6.0a1.win64-git-20190622-d7359c38b-xpmod.7z Official repo changes since my last build: - Remove UnboxedArray code part 1 (c2b5f396e) - Remove UnboxedArray code part 2 (c8300fbd6) - Merge branch 'master' into remove-unboxed (ba9e648ce) - Inline combined methods for NativeObject and UnboxedArrayObject accesses. (e34920575) - Issue #1132 - Add application executable location to the about:support page. (a072b02d9) - Make use of ArrayObjects in favor of generic JS objects. (e95089d84) - Remove unused LIR temp register for unboxed arrays. (93ce7c737) - Remove unboxed array context option and shell flag. (ec96ef3b7) - Remove functors for array natives. (ef8e0ce60) - Update ICU to 58.3 (76c640c28) - Update `update-tzdata.sh` to use git instead of svn, and not try to auto-commit with hg. (59666845b) - Update tzdata resource files (368a684f8) - Update tzdata SpiderMonkey files (b17a1f211) - Merge pull request #1136 from MoonchildProductions/Update_ICU (24864f942) - Force clobber for ICU update (ca2e36f9c) - Fix typo in ArrayShiftMoveElements (9153838ea) - Convert CopyBoxedOrUnboxedDenseElements to something that doesn't crash. (3c878b1e3) - Clean up and rename MoveBoxedOrUnboxedDenseElements. (8d2929313) - Replace SetOrExtendBoxedOrUnboxedDenseElements with direct calls. (85f9a95dd) - Remove and clean up more code. (e9aac71c6) - Update comment (625366321) - Remove JSOP_SPREADCALLARRAY and just use JSOP_NEWARRAY again. (772cd4b18) - Remove/inline CanonicalizeArrayLengthValue. (ccb3f2b73) - Tabs -> Spaces (no code change) (fcc11b2fe) - Revert "Add Yandex (ru) search plugin" (77a9720ac) - Merge pull request #1137 from MoonchildProductions/remove-unboxed-checked (276f6583e) - Merge pull request #1133 from Ascrod/master (14b635fa5) - [Basilisk] Fix packaging when sync is not built (9ded0778e) - Merge pull request #1139 from g4jc/disable_sync (a2f961b34) - Call a more generic function when inlining array natives. (32d13a164) - Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP (2a5466cfb) - Clean up the nsis installer script a litte. (d7359c38b) My changes since my last build: - ported upstream mozilla esr60 changes: bug1515052, bug1539219, bug1547757, bug1555523 (bc81a6d5f)
  27. 4 points
    New New Moon 27 Build! 32bit https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.6.win32-git-20190615-b33dced90-xpmod.7z 32bit SSE https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.6.win32-git-20190615-b33dced90-xpmod-sse.7z 32bit noSSE https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.6.win32-git-20190615-b33dced90-xpmod-ia32.7z 64bit https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.6.win64-git-20190615-b33dced90-xpmod.7z source repo: https://github.com/roytam1/palemoon27 repo changes since my last build: - import change from rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1143412 - Make sure that we run apt-get update. Otherwise, the install of packages will fail (1fae884ff) - Bug 1143014 - fix header sort order in mfbt/ (5b0797dee) - Bug 1142586 - avoid asking the link service for online status on CHANGED. (7f265c51b) - Bug 1134942 - Whitelist fstatat and unlinkat for B2G content processes. (18fda02ce) - Bug 1140111 - Whitelist readlinkat along with readlink. (45ab582d9) - Bug 906996 - Remove unlink from B2G content process syscall whitelist. (94e89c020) - Bug 1141885 - Make readlink() fail instead of allowing it, for B2G content processes. (12c3bb9a2) - Bug 1136221 - SIMD (interpreter): relax type requirement for Int32x4Bool. (148a97f37) - Bug 1141629 - SIMD: Clarify that reciprocal and reciprocalSqrt are approximations. (964c6dbc5) (b33dced90)
  28. 4 points
    Or the update was posted by mistake. If this is so, then it means that updates for XP are released, but they are simply not published anywhere.
  29. 4 points
    Sorry I fixed localized problem on v3.0b.
  30. 4 points
    Out PotPlayer 1.7.18346 (April 19, 2019) Changelog: + Added the ability to include mouse cursor in Game Capture - Fixed seeking problem with certain MKV files - Fixed an issue where playlist items could not be sorted by size - Fixed an issue that causes TTML subtitle characters to be ignored - Fixed an issue that causes File Navigator to crash in certain situations - Fixed a problem that causes the program to run slowly with playback of certain files - Fixed a problem that causes screen to broken when playing certain H.264 files - Improved AV1 decoding performance - Fixed an abnormal behavior when playing certain MP4 files - Improved ZIP/RAR playback The downloadable version at the link below can be installed in Windows XP: http://potplayer.daum.net/?lang=en
  31. 4 points
    I doubt it. According to statcounter, XP's market share was 1.75% in March; Windows 98SE's share was 2.7% in July 2006 when it ended support. Nonetheless. there is still the possibility that later today (4/1) M$ may make the decision to extend XP support forever...
  32. 4 points
    After next month, there probably won't be much point. Once we have the final POSReady '09 updates, someone can create an "unofficial SP5" containing unofficial SP4 plus all the POSReady updates (except any found to be defective). That will be pretty much it for XP updates (unless there's a major malware attack and M$ decides to make a rare exception, as they did with WannaCry).
  33. 4 points
    It's ironic how people decry the older operating systems like W2k Pro as outdated, yet can't even trust newer Windows 7 or Windows 10 systems far enough to let them update. These days, generally speaking, lots of new stuff sucks--because people take it for granted that new stuff is better. From that presumption, lazy thinking ensues, and movement replaces progress. So, although we still "go," we go backwards instead of forward. Windows illustrates the regression.
  34. 4 points
    @dencorso I had my rant and anger spell.. Time for something more constructive so ye. @Dibya Vaguely. I still think using Windows XP in today's world outside of very extreme and edge cases is a bad idea but this stuff exists so I may as well be constructive rather than destructive. Obviously, @roytam1 is doing more than the shameful rebuilds for XP leeching off our names or whatever it was I said.. He is creating something unique as we have done.. SO I am committing my self to helping him succeed in whatever way I can contribute toward. That way we all get what we want and it isn't just an angry Tobin busting down the door looking for logos or whatnot. A real project or projects such as these deserve their own name and support from others just as ours do.. So that is why I am changing gears here. However, and you won't like this but if I feel the person in question is a moron I am gonna call them a moron regardless.. Call it a personality flaw. Though, that status can always be re-evaluated
  35. 4 points
    At least it was a straight-up response, like it or not. In this day and age, that's like seeing a unicorn.
  36. 3 points
    @Dave-H : A check of "cote.co.uk" on SSL Labs Server test page https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=www.cote.co.uk confirms what has already been reported; just scroll down to the Handshake Simulation section: ... and see that IE11 only works on Win10 ! As to why, I think I have some clues: I couldn't help noticing how that server was configured: Only TLS 1.2 version is enabled, and only 3 cipher suites for that protocol version: Now, IE11 uses the cipher suites available in the OS's "Microsoft Schannel Provider" library; however, different Windows versions support different sets of cipher suites: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/secauthn/cipher-suites-in-schannel If one checks the available suites on Win7: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/secauthn/tls-cipher-suites-in-windows-7 one cannot find any of the three cipher suites needed for connection to the server in question... OTOH, checking the available cipher suites on Win10 v1903: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/secauthn/tls-cipher-suites-in-windows-10-v1903 one can find the first preferred (by the server) cipher suite, TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256, as available, hence the TLS 1.2 handshake succeeds and the site loads in IE11/Win10! However, I don't have answers as to why Chrome 49/WinXP[SP3] also succeeds, unless, of course, ProxyHTTPSProxy is used with it... BTW, Chrome 49 does open the site successfully here, Vista SP2 32-bit, but I do have installed WinServer 2008 updates that enable TLS 1.2 support: Perhaps Chrome 49 has native support for that cipher suite and only uses the Windows Store for certificates, NOT using Schannel like IE does (I'm sorry, my Chrome related knowledge is limited, have only been a Firefox fan from the start!) ... Cheers
  37. 3 points
    The x64 beta seems to completely support XP x64, so there may be a slight possibility of a x86 build coming.
  38. 3 points
    Hi ; what you report is to be expected, not a surprise at all... ; let me explain: 1. SM 2.49.x is built on the Mozilla ESR 52 platform, same as Firefox ESR 52.x.x; for legal and cost reasons, Firefox doesn't come bundled with its own patented decoders (h264, aac), unlike Google Chrome (Google can afford the huge sums of money needed for the licenses payable to the MPEG group to bundle their patented decoders with the Chrome binaries). In order to decode HTML5 MP4 video, Firefox must access the OS-provided patented decoders (the cost of which is included in the price of the OS, i.e. Microsoft, rather than Mozilla, paid for it...) Unfortunately, the mechanism that gives access to these OS-provided decoders is Windows Media Foundation (WMF) framework, available only in Vista SP2 (with Platform Update + Platform Update Supplement) and higher, NOT in WinXP ; hence, SM 2.49.5 on XP can't decode HTML5 instagram video (or any other HTML5 mp4 video for that matter), as XP lacks WMF and associated M$ provided decoders. And no, installed codec packs won't do the job! If you like, you are faced with the same predicament as in the pinned thread below: This is just an educated guess on my part, but since SM 2.49.5 is FxESR 52.9.1 based, you could try and implement what is currently valid for enabling HTML5 MP4 playback in FxESR 52.9.1 under XP in the linked thread; not tested myself, SM 2.49.5 has no issues here (Vista SP2 x86) playing back [h264+aac] MP4 files... 2. The bnavigator fork has been built on the UXP application platform; but @roytam1 has long ago patched the platform to fallback to its own patented decoders when WMF is unavailable (the case of XP); the patented decoders in UXP, provided via FFmpeg libraries, are contained within a custom patched version of the ffvpx third party library; it's the same reason the other two UXP browsers, NM28 & St52, can also decode HTML5 MP4 files under XP... I hope it's clear now!
  39. 3 points
    Really it's mostly a matter of taste. The main difference is the UI: BOC looks very much like SeaMonkey; Serpent looks very much like (pre-Photon) Firefox; NM 28 looks like older (pre-Australis) Firefox. They're all based on UXP though. If you have an older, pre-SSE2 PC, you may want to look at @roytam1's Firefox 45 or NM 27 builds instead.
  40. 3 points
    Not sure if I can post this here, but... Here's the list of updates I've installed for .NET Framework 4.7.2: Not sure if that's all of them. It's based on my list of previously installed .NET 4.6.1, also have tried installing the older ones I had before, but all of them gave me the "not applicable to your system" error so I don't think there are any more updates to install, aside from the possible May 2019 ones, which I have yet to install. Also, it seems you can't install Language Packs since doing it the normal way yields yet another "not applicable to your os" error, and unpacking the installer with 7-zip and running the other installer (forgot its name) tells you to use setup.exe instead... Note: These are security and quality rollups, I don't know the update numbers for security only updates.
  41. 3 points
    SUMMARY OF CHANGES TO THE LIST FOR MAY 15, 2019: Added 360 Extreme Explorer to "Browsers" -> "Chromium-based" section. Updated Norton products to v22.15.2.22. Added Zonealarm Free Firewall as last version for Vista to"AntiVirus/Security software" section, as the software no longer supports Windows Vista as of around November-December 2018. Link to the last version is not available since Zonealarm does not archive old versions of the software, nor is it available elsewhere from what I could find. Updated ESET NOD32, Internet & Smart Security products to v12.1.34.0 as these will likely be the final versions of the software to support Vista. Added SoftMaker FreeOffice 2016 Rev 767.0516 to "Office Suites" section as last version for Vista. Clarified info about ShareX compatibility: added ShareX 12.0.0 as the final NON-portable version for Vista; added ShareX Portable as (ONG, UNS). Added Free File Sync 10.11 as last version for Vista to "File Management" section. Removed BeamNG.Drive from ONG status; added BeamNG.Drive v0.15.0.6 as the last working version for Vista to "Games" -> "Last official release to work on Vista" section; the game requires APIs only found in Windows 7 or later as of v0.16.0. Added Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.2 Preview to "Additional Microsoft software/utilities" section.
  42. 3 points
    RAUE is an initialism for Reset Antivirus Update Engine.
  43. 3 points
    New New Moon 27 Build! 32bit https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.6.win32-git-20190323-fcb2b3aa1-xpmod.7z 32bit SSE https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.6.win32-git-20190323-fcb2b3aa1-xpmod-sse.7z 32bit noSSE https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.6.win32-git-20190323-fcb2b3aa1-xpmod-ia32.7z 64bit https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.6.win64-git-20190323-fcb2b3aa1-xpmod.7z source repo: https://github.com/roytam1/palemoon27 repo changes since my last build: - import changes from rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1135141 - Release relocated arenas immediately on last ditch GC (e5053c077) - Bug 1135141 - Fix jsapi-test framework to not overwrite original global when createGlobal() fails (055caeee8) (d17844d0f) - import changes from rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - change pointer style (08ae3786b) - Bug 1138538 - Display GC zeal help text in shell help message (6c25ae0a8) - Bug 1135723 - Traverse layout properties instead of object group properties in makeNativeGroup, handle int32->double coercion in ensureDefiniteType, (e53d9bfe1) - Bug 1135535 part 4 - Fix C4275 dll-interface warning and mark this warning as error in js/src on MSVC. (ed0660603) - change pointer style (31d69f5d9) - Bug 1135985 - Use typed members to implement pushMarkStack (42c197cbe) - Bug 1137978 - Access an object's compartment and zone via its group, remove ObjectGroup::singleton_ (bcc16c922) - Bug 1137497 - Remove shape from unboxed objects (eb874ad5a) - Bug 1138735 - Fallback to software vsync if CVDisplayLink fails to initialize. (40479d546) - Bug 1136896. Speed up fill() and dedent() by memoizing some of the work they currently end up doing on each call. (e7d60964c) - add header include (d7f3b53ac) - Bug 1134425 - Part 1: move the allocator interface code out of line (73a0b7e67) - change pointer style for better patching (7ff55e7a5) - Bug 1134425 - Part 2: templatize the GC's allocation routines (10f091bb5) - Bug 1136345. Drop the parent arg from JS_NewObjectWithGivenProto and introduce a JS_DeprecatedNewObjectWithGivenProtoAndParent for the few cases that still pass in a custom parent. (ebff19bb0) - Bug 1136520. Stop parenting Xray expando objects to a non-global. (d58a73a3d) - Bug 1134970 part 1. Add JS friend API to allocate an object which is guaranteed to have no attached metadata. (3e8fa3b3e) - Bug 1134970 part 2. Add JS friend API to quickly copy properties from one object to another if the objects are similar enough. (a53538b91) - Bug 1138874 - Change ReparentWrapper() to avoid multiple JS objects pointing to the same native (16224aa3d) - Bug 1138874 - Generalise assertion that source object has a preserved wrapper (bff647e8a) (f66a5071e) - import changes from rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1131805 part 1. Remove remaining JS_GetParent and js::GetObjectParent uses in Gecko. (5ec206e98) - Bug 1137578. Remove JS_GetParent usage from mozJSSubscriptLoader. (ba8b18d88) - Bug 1131802 part 1. Add JS friend API to test whether a given function object has extended slots. (d7a2bad97) - Bug 1131802 part 2. Allocate functions with reserved slots for DOM Xrays so we can store the Xray wrapper reference in those slots instead of as the function parent. (7bc6dba71) - Bug 1140399. Add friend API to check whether a given function object has a JSNative and to get that JSNative as needed. (71f0ccff7) - Bug 1137334. Remove nsIDOMWindowUtils.getParent. (aa3de0a27) - Bug 1125784 - Remove JS_ConvertArguments and JS_ConvertValue. (db6a1bd29) - Bug 1137325. Remove the parent() function from xpcshell. (7cac0999e) - Bug 1131797 part 1. Store an index into its XPCNativeInterface mMembers array in each XPCNativeMember. (2389614e2) - Bug 1131797 part 2. Stop storing the XPCNativeInterface* in XPConnect function objects and just get it from the XPCNativeMember* we're still storing. (252172d87) - Bug 1131797 part 3. Store the object we originally come from in a reserved slot on XPConnect functions instead of using the parent pointer. (252bb312f) and fix requireAtLeast prototype for --enable-shared-js (c660cd77b) - import changes from rmottola/Arctic-Fox: - Bug 1136516. Stop using JS_DeprecatedNewObjectWithGivenProtoAndParent in XPCWrappedNative. (627d0c40f) - Bug 1136523. Stop doing weird things with parents in ctypes code and remove the JS_DeprecatedNewObjectWithGivenProtoAndParent API. (075a3be27) - Bug 1131805 part 2. Remove remaining js::GetObjectParent and JS_GetParent uses in SpiderMonkey. (6caf6189b) - Bug 928336. Make defining unforgeable properties on objects faster by just copying them from an unforgeable holder object. (e7d32668d) - Bug 1132522, part 1 - Treat false return from proxyHandler.defineProperty() as strict mode failure. (3237f9b70) - Bug 1132522, part 2 - Treat false return from proxyHandler.set() as strict mode failure. (e4ab29f7a) (fcb2b3aa1)
  44. 3 points
    New build of basilisk/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.1.win32-git-20190216-77e1b07f3-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.1.win64-git-20190216-77e1b07f3-xpmod.7z diff: https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/UXP-xp-gitdiff-20181110.7z PM28XP build: Win32 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.4.0a1.win32-git-20190216-77e1b07f3-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.4.0a1.win64-git-20190216-77e1b07f3-xpmod.7z Official repo changes since my last build: - Expose TLS 1.3 cipher suite prefs. (8beab28bf) - Allow empty string on `location.search` setter. (487afe9f4) - Add "check for updates" to main menu and AppMenu v2 (dd418226c) - Restore app.update.url.override preference. (71c81eb90) - Remove webextensions conditional code from Basilisk. (6bb02d95f) - Remove WebExtension support from the platform. (43d44975b) - Remove the WebExtension Add-on Manager from our tree. (1e0da1994) - Move "No proxy for" control down to clarify it is a global effect. (8e0fdf931) - Fix line endings (0e80d10f4) - Implement origin-clean algorithm for ImageBitmap. (91799767e) - Use C++11 thread-safe statics with MSVC. (f595579f0) - Disable "helpful" MSVC warning about AVX instructions. (9a090b794) - Bump goanna version for updated canvas handling. (4ec8be4ae) - Use C++11 thread-safe statics with MSVC. (js) (71d32272e) - Update browse URL for AM search to Phoebus 2.0 (0d88098e3) - Port several Skia upstream fixes. (a6ddde909) - Preserve transparency when copying a DIB to/from the clipboard. (77e1b07f3) My changes since my last build: - nspr: update nspr to hg rev 753fe0f7964c - nss: update nss to hg rev 395a93dbc02e with vc2013 patch applied - reverted following changes: - Remove webextensions conditional code from Basilisk. (6bb02d95f) - Remove WebExtension support from the platform. (43d44975b) - Remove the WebExtension Add-on Manager from our tree. (1e0da1994) - Use C++11 thread-safe statics with MSVC. (f595579f0) - Use C++11 thread-safe statics with MSVC. (js) (71d32272e)
  45. 3 points
    It's again that time of the month we've all been waiting for, Patch Tuesday! And here's the list of updates for this month: KB4487023 - Security Monthly Quality Rollup for Windows Server 2008 - 32-bit | 64-bit KB4487019 - Security Only Quality Update for Windows Server 2008 - 32-bit | 64-bit KB4486474 - Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 9 for Windows Server 2008 SP2 - 32-bit | 64-bit KB4487081 - Security and Quality Rollup for .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0, 4.5.2, 4.6/4.6.1 for Windows Server 2008 SP2 - 32-bit and 64-bit KB4483457 - Security and Quality Rollup for .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0 for Windows Server 2008 SP2 - 32-bit | 64-bit KB4483455 - Security and Quality Rollup for .NET Framework 4.5.2 for Windows Server 2008 SP2 - 32-bit | 64-bit KB4483451 - Security and Quality Rollup for .NET Framework 4.6/4.6.1 for Windows Server 2008 SP2 - 32-bit | 64-bit KB4487124 - Security Only Update for .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0, 4.5.2, 4.6/4.6.1 for Windows Server 2008 SP2 - 32-bit and 64-bit KB4483482 - Security Only Update for .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0 for Windows Server 2008 - 32-bit | 64-bit KB4483474 - Security Only Update for .NET Framework 4.5.2 for Windows Server 2008 SP2 - 32-bit | 64-bit KB4483470 - Security Only Update for .NET Framework 4.6/4.6.1 for Windows Server 2008 SP2 - 32-bit | 64-bit As usual, I recommend waiting at least a week before any of these, because we never know, if Microsoft won't pull any of these updates and upload it (or even more than one of them) again in a couple days. And if any updates are missing, please do let me know!
  46. 3 points
    Have new build generated by ProxHTTPSProxy v1.5 (Rev3a), with small changes script, various python modules updated, config.ini supplemented by some entries, CA certificates (cacert.pem) updated and alternativ cacert.pem from MSCerts (Cert_Updater) 11/28/2018. If anyone has interest please write a PM to me. Info: At Python 3.44 the support ends in March 2019. With the latest cryptography module version 2.5 (Jan 22, 2019) ProxHTTPSProxy does not work on Windows XP anymore. Last working version 2.4.2 (Nov 21, 2018).
  47. 3 points
    Here is a different angle of it, from Instagram: I was not able to find the actual posting, this only shows in Google Images and when you try to view the site it comes from, it is not on that page. If I were to guess, it was a mall in Germany or Austria, judging by the "Doppelte Power" sign you can see in the first pic, which is an advertisement from Hauwei.
  48. 3 points
    I am not sure I understand: https://ccm.net/faq/14662-windows-xp-change-the-name-of-the-recycle-bin or: http://www.syschat.com/how-rename-recycle-bin-windows-xp-5863.html (make the "rename" feature available) jaclaz
  49. 3 points
    On their website, they state that XP is supported, but when I downloaded it and tried to run it, I got the same message you got: Let's see who is to blame... Uhm... ADVAPI32.DLL which calls RegGetValueW. A function that retrieves the type and data for the specified registry value. LSTATUS RegGetValueW( HKEY hkey, LPCWSTR lpSubKey, LPCWSTR lpValue, DWORD dwFlags, LPDWORD pdwType, PVOID pvData, LPDWORD pcbData ); "hkey" is used to open registry keys, "lpSubKey" is the name of the registry key, "lpValue" is the name of the registry value, "dwFlags" is a flag to define the data type of the value (REG_DWORD, REG_BINARY, REG_QWORD ecc), "pdwType" is pointer to a variable that receives a code indicating the type of data stored in the specified value, "pvDat" is a pointer to a buffer that receives the value's data, "pcbData" is a pointer to a variable that specifies the size of the buffer pointed to by "pvData". According to MS documentation, the function is available on Windows Vista. And "abracadabra": mIRC 7.53 Windows XP: Link Cheers.
  50. 3 points
    New build of basilisk/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.1.win32-git-20181201-d7bb17571-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.1.win64-git-20181201-d7bb17571-xpmod.7z diff: https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/UXP-xp-gitdiff-20181110.7z PM28XP build: Win32 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.3.0a1.win32-git-20181201-d7bb17571-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.3.0a1.win64-git-20181201-d7bb17571-xpmod.7z Official repo changes since my last build: - Remove remaining MOZ_GONK_MEDIACODEC code (513bf1b68) - Remove OMX_PLATFORM_GONK (4c8c14a71) - Merge pull request #879 from trav90/code-cleanup (083c6b7b9) - Remove VR hardware support. (7504ca8ab) - Remove VR Hardware input support (gamepad type) (2f954010c) - Update HSTS preload list (3eef7ab26) - [TychoAM] Give the second <hbox> an ID so it can be targeted in extensions.xul (fe11e14d3) - Revert "[PALEMOON] Sanitize - "Form and search history" sanitize also the Findbar text and history (Ctrl-Z)" (3e89a288d) - Merge pull request #886 from JustOff/PR_sanitize_findbar (b585dad9b) - Fix typo for Firefox compatmode prefs. (e2d0c96a9) - Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP (1bf68529f) - Update GMP AUS URL (da447504d) - Issue #890 - Port cpp aboutRedirector to javascript (26f7e0ce3) - Issue #889 - Clean up the Pale Moon tree - Part 1a: Move abouthome to components (71737d61f) - Issue #889 - Clean up the Pale Moon tree - Part 1b: Move newtab to components (6acc5f912) - Issue #889 - Clean up the Pale Moon tree - Part 1c: Move pageinfo to components (a801955d6) - Issue #889 - Clean up the Pale Moon tree - Part 1d: Move sync to components (ac6c6be1c) - Issue #889 - Clean up the Pale Moon tree - Part 2a: Make moz.build consistent (7406a31bc) - Issue #889 - Clean up the Pale Moon tree - Part 2b: Make jar.mn consistent (2fa90d9b3) - Merge pull request #892 from binaryoutcast/pmTreeCleanup (d7bb17571) My changes since my last build: - update libaom to git rev 38a956221da4f1f56dad3a5862806a2a58715e20
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