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roytam1

My build of New Moon (temp. name) a.k.a. Pale Moon for XP

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MC's post is a lot less hostile than Tobin's, and it sort of makes sense: if you're going to develop add-ons for PM, you need to test your add-ons with the "stock" PM build, because that's the version 99% of PM users will use your add-on with. And that, of course, means testing on a Win 7+ system, so that "stock" PM will run on it. It doesn't mean you have to prefer the stock build - only that you have to test with it.

It's Tobin who seems to blow a gasket anytime he sees the letters "XP" together. Chill out, man! Whatever your feelings about XP, and however justified you believe them to be, it's not worth having a heart attack over. Let other folks make other choices for their own reasons. Freedom!

As for MC's sig, I sort of sympathize; I often find myself rewriting some program that was cloned from another program, and in the rush to get it running, a lot of unneeded code from the "original" source code was left in. Or the programmer used a generic structure better suited to a much more complex program than the one she actually wrote. Either way, you can make the program much easier to read, understand, and debug by removing all that extra code.

Where MC takes his sig too far is when he decides to remove functionality just for the sake of removing code, as in his recent decision to remove working WE APIs from Basilisk. Sure, that too can make your program easier to read, understand, and debug; but it also makes your program less useful!

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On 2/20/2019 at 3:29 PM, cc333 said:

If he'd be a bit more open minded and do what some other developers have done ("we don't support XP or Vista anymore; our software may still work, but it's untested, so try it at your own risk, and don't expect us to help you if anything goes wrong")  PM could've been much more open. Instead, his attitude is, "I refuse to let my software run on anything not supported by MS, and anyone trying to do so is banned from any discussion".

What an excellent way to push users away!

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I actually had an "extended discussion" with Moonchild some time back and attempted to point out just how illogical his position was in regard to older OS'es. It of course fell on deaf ears and he ended the discussion without even attempting to answer any of my points.

I tried to get across to him just how irrational it was to be committed to preserving an older "browser interface/UI" while at the same time being determined to discard support for any older operating system as soon as possible. With one hand he pushes the "latest and greatest" and insists people should "upgrade" and not use "outdated" operating systems; and with the other hand he promotes an "outdated" browser interface now built on "outdated" code and now using "outdated" addons (in the eyes of the same people who push similar "latest and greatest" rubbish), purposely breaking the already existing support for older systems that was already in place. How one can contort themselves into such a strange position and consider themselves as having a reasonable standpoint on the issue is beyond me.

When PaleMoon eventually starts bleeding off its users who subscribe to the flawed logic of "latest and greatest"; or when those remaining are left without options for addon/plugin compatibility and compatibility with the "modern" web, then I've got a feeling those of us here will have the last laugh, and can tell Moonchild and company "Welcome to the party, pal!"

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28 minutes ago, LoneCrusader said:

With one hand he pushes the "latest and greatest" and insists people should "upgrade" and not use "outdated" operating systems; and with the other hand he promotes an "outdated" browser interface now built on "outdated" code and now using "outdated" addons (in the eyes of the same people who push similar "latest and greatest" rubbish), purposely breaking the already existing support for older systems that was already in place.

:buehehe: That's hilarious.

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On 2/20/2019 at 5:56 PM, VistaLover said:

The binaries of FFmpeg+FFprobe bundled with the package are NOT XP compatible (require Win7+); you should replace them with XP-compat ones (e.g. v3.0 from VideoHelp archive).

On 2/20/2019 at 6:43 PM, kitaro1 said:

FFmpeg-N-86763-g341f012-win32-shared_legacy.

A 3 and 1½ year old binary respectively. I'd recommend a more up-to-date binary.

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10 hours ago, hotnuma said:

:buehehe: That's hilarious.

They can do whatever they want, and so do I.

It is a smorgasbord and I'll pick whatever I want to my dish. ;)

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11 hours ago, LoneCrusader said:

I actually had an "extended discussion" with Moonchild some time back and attempted to point out just how illogical his position was in regard to older OS'es. It of course fell on deaf ears and he ended the discussion without even attempting to answer any of my points.

I tried to get across to him just how irrational it was to be committed to preserving an older "browser interface/UI" while at the same time being determined to discard support for any older operating system as soon as possible.

See @LoneCrusader I agree with you quite a bit there (and usually we vehemently disagree with each other).  But it makes no sense for developers of Pale Moon and Seamonkey (which both utilize classic interfaces) to abandon operating systems like Windows 2000 or Windows XP, when the older-styled application goes alongside it so well.  Also the mass support for such browsers would come from the classic OS community.

Moon-Matt will not talk with ANYONE with disagrees with their ideologies.

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@LoneCrusader, may I quote you on Ghacks.  I don't need to identify you, but I just don't want to pretend that what you said was my original thought, and thus steal it.

 

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I'd personally assume that what was said on public board can be quoted. It makes sense :)

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58 minutes ago, Mcinwwl said:

I'd personally assume that what was said on public board can be quoted. It makes sense :)

+1 :yes:

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3 hours ago, Jody Thornton said:

See @LoneCrusader I agree with you quite a bit there (and usually we vehemently disagree with each other).  But it makes no sense for developers of Pale Moon and Seamonkey (which both utilize classic interfaces) to abandon operating systems like Windows 2000 or Windows XP, when the older-styled application goes alongside it so well.  Also the mass support for such browsers would come from the classic OS community.

Moon-Matt will not talk with ANYONE with disagrees with their ideologies.

A person can probably find common ground with any other person on at least something. :P
 

2 hours ago, Jody Thornton said:

@LoneCrusader, may I quote you on Ghacks.  I don't need to identify you, but I just don't want to pretend that what you said was my original thought, and thus steal it.

 

Sure, no problem. :)

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New build of basilisk/UXP for XP!

Test binary:
Win32 https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.1.win32-git-20190223-f89a809df-xpmod.7z
Win64 https://o.rths.cf/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.1.win64-git-20190223-f89a809df-xpmod.7z

source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/custom

PM28XP build:
Win32 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.5.0a1.win32-git-20190223-f89a809df-xpmod.7z
Win64 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.5.0a1.win64-git-20190223-f89a809df-xpmod.7z

Official repo changes since my last build:
- Pale Moon: Add loop context menu to HTML5 media elements. (8906ccd05)
- Clean up localization. (b9d51d4e3)
- Rename mediaPlaybackRate to mediaPlaybackRate2. (4a89b18b3)
- Treat aContext as a bitfield in openURI. (cb959aec3)
- [PALEMOON] Link dictionaries to addons.palemoon.org (8b0531b4a)
- Merge pull request #975 from JustOff/PR_dictionaries_url (ca662e978)
- Merge pull request #972 from MoonchildProductions/issue-971 (f475489b6)
- Merge pull request #967 from Ascrod/master (364262894)
- Update Basilisk Search Engines URL preference (3b553d5cf)
- Conform Pale Moon AM preferences to actual locations (66bfad276)
- New cycle version bump. (2625ea442)
- Stop using hard-coded URL for "get more devtools" (54f9a14d0)
- [Basilisk] Add get more devtools URL pref. (529067c0a)
- BMPs from the clipboard may include extra padding. (c66d87e6c)
- Revert "Port several Skia upstream fixes." (c13bd1bba)
- Skia: Be consistent about int for incReserve. (91903016b)
- Skia: Validate allocation size in GrBufferAllocPool using SkSafeMath. (ca3861669)
- Don't trust convexity when applying transforms. (27f45bc24)
- Add nullcheck for frames in FindNearestCommonAncestorFrame (3029dee77)
- Preserve newlines in textarea placeholders (b1e78d1db)
- Merge pull request #979 from JustOff/PR_textarea_placeholders (c7585afb9)
- Update webplatform tests for multiline placeholder. (833be88a6)
- Remove conditional MOZ_MAINTENANCE_SERVICE code (fc0a0f13a)
- Remove maintenance service code from nsUpdateService and related. (e3c88dc64)
- Remove Non ifdef'd service code from toolkit/mozapps/updater/updater.cpp (cdc483892)
- Remove toolkit/components/maintenanceservice/ (664f6385a)
- Remove maintenance service bits from nsUpdateDriver (234648ca8)
- Clobber for maintenance service removal (303e4314f)
- Remove reference to standalone component. (26d7c44f1)
- Restore building of common-standalone lib for updater. (73551520d)
- Remove error table with unspecified errors. (6f78cfb3a)
- Stop building /docshell unified and fix deprot. (f89a809df)

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New build of BOC/UXP for XP!

Test binary:
MailNews Win32 https://o.rths.cf/boc-uxp/mailnews.win32-20190223-71a6038-uxp-f89a809df-xpmod.7z
Browser-only Suite Win32 (removed due to request)

source patch (excluding UXP): https://o.rths.cf/boc-uxp/boc-uxp-src-xpmod-20190223.7z

Official repo changes since my last build:
- No message (f0e2261)
- [ABPRIME] Account for Navigator's labelalign="end" (323d08b)
- [PLATFORM] Update commit pointer (f124b4b)
- [NAVIGATOR] Fix component/add-on bar styling in Modern (96ba0e2)
- [NAVIGATOR] Remove Link Toolbar (c5a8bd8)
- [NAVIGATOR] More main menu fun (8de118d)
- [PLATFORM] Update commit pointer (5c6bbde)
- [INSPECTOR] Revise content manifest (47c2c68)
- [NAVIGATOR] Don't clear the default status on ling hover (fb8a18e)
- [Navigator] Fix package manifest so that icons are packed on all platforms (1efbd55)
- no message (2828fdb)
- [NAVIGATOR] Even more menu stuffs (e194016)
- [NAVIGATOR] Move communicator chrome into a seperate directory until it can be re-deposited in base or components (2a66832)
- [NAVIGATOR] Abolish the centralized l10n (dede887)
- [NAVIGATOR] Put navigator chrome in navigator.jar (ba768eb)
- [NAVIGATOR] Move more communicator components to.. components/ (cc270f6)
- [NAVIGATOR] Move pageinfo to components/ (e3d279e)
- no message (881f82c)
- [NAVIGATOR] Make sure navigator.jar is actually packaged... (d97e8a6)
- [PLATFORM] Update commit pointer (2cf3edf)
- [NAVIGATOR] Put pageinfo in the correct jar (d87d84b)
- [PLATFORM] Update commit pointer (33ead50)
- [MAIL] Complete the Search Engine management work (55656d2)
- [MAIL] Add an argument to bypass the phishing check in contentAreaClick (ce3ebf1)
- [MAIL] Attach contentAreaClick to the discover pane browser element onlick event (6dec1f6)
- [MAIL] Hook the Add-ons Manager up to the MailNews Add-ons Site (dbf2b6c)
- [MAIL] Move the Work Offline statusbarpanel (b160989)
- [MAIL] Update dictionary url pref as well (f56cfa0)
- [MAIL] Restore the Help Menu Update Checker (91727e9)
- [NAVIGATOR] Update homepage and bookmarks (29d1868)
- [NAVIGATOR] Hack in a places enabled history menu (b55b424)
- [NAVIGATOR] Bookmarks Menu work (a9c05d0)
- [CENTRAL] Update version2k.py to give an eDate with -e (9cca03e)
- [PLATFORM] Update commit pointer (cc9ed23)
- [CENTRAL] Import scratchpad (34e0c7e)
- Move extensions to projects/ (3e94e63)
- Revert "Move extensions to projects/" (eab19c8)
- [CENTRAL] Update gitignore (7e9ed9f)
- [CENTRAL] Move most projects to projects (1721b28)
- {SCRATCHPAD] Make it build properly (d3230be)
- [PSWITCH] Update how it builds (90585d7)
- [CENTRAL] Establish a communicator "toolkit" directory (bef8b33)
- [MAIL] Enable MOZ_MAILNEWS (7556d52)
- [CENTRAL] Remove junk left over from comm-central (a6b413d)
- [NAVIGATOR] Move to projects/ (b830349)
- [MAIL] Move to projects/ (71a6038)

For UXP changes please see above.

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New Palemoon 27 Build!

32bit https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.6.win32-git-20190223-6d775ae14-xpmod.7z
32bit SSE https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.6.win32-git-20190223-6d775ae14-xpmod-sse.7z
32bit noSSE https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.6.win32-git-20190223-6d775ae14-xpmod-ia32.7z

64bit https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.6.win64-git-20190223-6d775ae14-xpmod.7z

source repo: https://github.com/roytam1/palemoon27

repo changes since my last build:
- import changes from rmottola/Arctic-Fox:
 - Bug 1133760 part 1. The ownPropNames hook can't be called via Xrays, so stop trying to handle that case. (c8ada5454)
 - Bug 1133760 part 2. Get rid of unforgeable holders; just store unforgeable properties for DOM proxies directly on the expando object. (ce850b54e)
 - Bug 1134730. DOM proxy finalizers should not assume that the JS object has an actual reference to the DOM object (and in particular that the slot it's stored in is a private slot). (bd4f51b99)
 - Bug 1084439. Remove ResolveWorkerClasses in favor of [Exposed=System] annotations. (cdf896e5a) (5a5c13b72)
- import changes from rmottola/Arctic-Fox:
 - Bug 1188462 - Rename gfx/skia/trunk directory to gfx/skia/skia. (26e6a37fd)
 - Bug 1188462 - Fix inclusion of skia headers to use correct directory prefixes. (cb8a82d14)
 - Bug 1188462 - Add SKIA_INCLUDES list for adding Skia to header search path. (0f95f6f77)
 - Bug 1157065 - GFX: 2D: Implement skia::Convolve in LS3 MMI. * skia::ConvolveVertically * skia:ConvolveHorizontally * skia:ConvolveHorizontally4 (445c1a64e) (6dd0dba0a)
- import changes from rmottola/Arctic-Fox:
 - Bug 945584: Part 1 - Style support for scroll snapping attributes, - Implemented style support for new attributes:   - scroll-snap-type   - scroll-snap-type-x   - scroll-snap-type-y   - scroll-snap-points-x   - scroll-snap-points-y   - scroll-snap-destination   - scroll-snap-coordinate (02fe3bb49)
 - Bug 945584: Part 2 - Add CSS scroll snapping attributes to ScrollbarStyles (v10 Patch) (7ffff307b)
 - Bug 945584: Part 3 - Enable cancellation of OSX synthesized mousewheel scrolling events (v2 Patch), (124e19201)
 - Bug 945584: Part 4 - Add scroll snapping preferences (v3 Patch), - Added preferences to allow trackpad and mousewheel flinging between snap points to be tuned:
 - layout.css.scroll-snap.prediction-max-velocity - layout.css.scroll-snap.prediction-sensitivity (64d44c6ca)
 - Bug 945584: Part 5 - Implement ScrollVelocityQueue (v4 Patch), - Implemented ScrollVelocityQueue class to calculate the velocity of a scroll   when given periodic samples of scroll position. - Added BasePoint::Clamp to simplify code. (bca79b509)
 - Inactive subframes-in-subframes add event regions to the wrong layer. (bug 1139213, r=tn) (c5ad5ede0)
 - Bug 1075702 - Fixed implementation of Element.setAttributeNode(). (8e5cdb94d)
 - Bug 1134968. If JS_NewObjectWithGivenProto is passed a null parent and null proto, use the context's current global as the parent. (82810e810)
 - Bug 990907 - Add a flag on nsIScrollableFrame to indicate if it is actively being scrolled by APZ. (3eb29e60b) (a9868b918)
- libwebp: update to 1.0.1 (2acd78ac8)
- import changes from rmottola/Arctic-Fox:
 - Bug 1136925 part 1. Stop passing a parent to JS_CloneObject (02806f3cb)
 - Bug 1136925 part 2. Stop passing a parent to Wrapper::New. (1d51cbd34)
 - Bug 1136925 part 3. Stop passing parents to js::NewProxyObject. (dc13db8da)
 - Bug 1136925 part 4. Stop passing parents to ProxyObject::New. (e2d30e340)
 - Bug 1136980 part 1. Get rid of JS_SetParent uses in DOM/XPConnect. (5cad9c256)
 - Bug 1136980 part 2. Remove JS_SetParent, even though we have a CLOSED TREE (96cf58c85)
 - Bug 1113369, part 1 - Introduce JS::ObjectOpResult and use it in js::StandardDefineProperty. (15663c476)
 - Bug 1113369, part 1½ - Avoid regressing error messages by adding obj to the ObjectOpResult methods that could throw a TypeError. (e063faf08)
 - Bug 1113369, part 2 - js::SetArrayLength ObjectOpResult support. (cf8326017)
 - Bug 1113369, part 3 - [[DefineOwnProperty]] ObjectOpResult support. (e16605a90)
 - Bug 1113369, part 4 - [[Set]] ObjectOpResult support. (6f94604d4)
 - Bug 1113369, part 5 - [[Delete]] ObjectOpResult support. (6feef9887)
 - const override -> const MOZ_OVERRIDE (fa0ff1802)
 - adapt pointer style writing to better accept patch (1a6627036)
 - Bug 1113369, part 6 - [[PreventExtensions]] ObjectOpResult support. (5fa15660e)
 - pointer style before applying patches (06380aade)
 - const override -> const MOZ_OVERRIDE (fe5f9f3c0)
 - Bug 1113369, part 7 - [[SetPrototypeOf]] ObjectOpResult support. (67e8d1987)
 and some follow-up patches:
 bug1140737, bug1141154, bug1141329 (8423980b0)
- import changes from rmottola/Arctic-Fox:
 - Bug 940273 - Part 1 - Fetch changes from maple twig to support Service Worker Cache. (5f8e82dd7)
 - Bug 940273 - Part 1b - Expose nsFileProtocolHandler.h in mozilla/net. (71a3ebcf4)
 - Bug 940273 - Part 2 - Add a pref to enable Service Worker Cache. (2e7b478d3)
 - patch header include (3b90a9b8d)
 - override -> MOZ_OVERRIDE (8f51321bc)
 - override -> MOZ_OVERRIDE (5f4ab5143)
 - Bug 1136563 - ARIA 1.1: Support role 'switch' (2484c9c27)
 - Bug 1121518 - ARIA 1.1: Add support for role 'searchbox' (8d3ee1204)
 - override -> MOZ_OVERRIDE (3db7a0cb4)
 - Bug 1137714 - Make roleDescription nicer/correct/faster (da6beb861)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 1 - Is{HTML,XUL,MathML,SVG}Element and IsAnyOf{HTML,XUL,MathML,SVG}Elements (133801ca1)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 2.1 - /accessible - Fix all the occurrences (fbef71d88)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 2.2 - /editor - Fix all the occurrences (e54a21dcc)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 2.3 - dom/base and docshell - Fix all the occurrences (8bf192106)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 2.4 - layout/mathml - Fix all the occurrences (7914f351d)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 2.5 - dom/xul - Fix all the occurrences (6611b95ef)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 2.6 - layout/base and layout/form - Fix all the occurrences (61e06ff31)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 2.7 - layout/generic - Fix all the occurrences (bbe5865c2)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 2.8 - dom/html - Fix all the occurrences (7af471da5)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 2.9 - dom/svg, dom/xml, dom/xslt and dom/xbl - Fix all the occurrences (ab9769748)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 2.10 - dom/events, dom/mathml, dom/plugins, dom/smil - Fix all the occurrences (421ba62f4)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 2.11 - layout/xul - Fix all the occurrences (e19e64b2c)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 2.12 - layout/style, layout/svg - Fix all the occurrences (7ec90f520)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 2.13 - Fix all the occurrences (a887a4341)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 3 - nsContentUtils::IsHTMLBlock should work with nsIContent inste nsIAtom (28fa04521)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 4 - Get rid of nsDocumentEncoder::IsTag (ed4bf4d48)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 5 - nsGenericHTMLElement::IsHTMLElement (70a2822c7)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 6 - Remove nsINode::Tag() (85885131f)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 7 - Followup to fix bustage. (actuall, backport, it was missing) (cfcfa3e74)
 - Bug 1134280 - Get rid of Tag() - patch 8 - Fixed a debug-only compilation issue (502319995)
 - Bug 1356843 - Fix -Wcomma warnings in dom/base/ and dom/xml/. clang's -Wcomma warning warns about suspicious use of the comma operator such as between two statements or to call a function for side effects within an expression. (0f1ad0554) (4573c3bc0)
- import changes from rmottola/Arctic-Fox:
 - Bug 1125750 - Check the overflow region direction to avoid unnecesary reflow for scrollable frame. (6b5067631)
 - Bug 1125750 - Add auto test to detect error when using mOuter to check overflow area of a scrollable frame. (4e9c43e31)
 - override -> MOZ_OVERRIDE (ed1ecc151)
 - Bug 990907 - Don't add text-overflow markers while being actively scrolled by APZ. (523bc5a3e)
 - Bug 945584: Part 6 - Implementation of scroll snapping (v10 Patch) (bf64eb0f3)
 - Bug 945584: Part 7 - Implement Scroll Snapping for Autoscroll, - Triggering scroll snapping at the end of an autoscroll. - This enables text selection to be unencumbered by scroll snapping, while   restoring the scroll position to a valid snapping position when the drag   operation is completed. (db9ce9811)
 - Bug 945584: Part 8 - Implement Scroll Snapping for Middle Mouse Button Scrolls (v2 Patch) (06d1b733d)
 - some MacOS 10.5 Leopard support (6a37f6745)
 - Bug 945584: Part 9 - Tests for scroll snapping (v4 Patch) (f67175387)
 - Bug 1102427 - Ensure scroll parents of an active scrollframe are layerized. (910d43ec5)
 - Bug 1142731 followup. Check isInterpreted() before we call environment(), because of the asmjs lambdas. (29b2acdc7)
 - Bug 1161627 - part 1 - add move constructor and assignment operator for already_AddRefed&& to RefPtr; This change is prep work for future mass rewriting. (98416d45c)
 - Bug 1161627 - part 2 - machine-convert TemporaryRef<T> to already_AddRefed<T>; (336e96af7)
 - Bug 1161627 - part 3 - remove TemporaryRef<T> from RefPtr.h (6c3acdaed)
 - Bug 940273 - Part 3 - Service Worker Cache webidl. (4b6803d0a)
 - Bug 940273 - Part 4 - Initial implementation of Service Worker Cache. (74498c108)
 - Bug 1133861 - Bustage fix. (4a81437c2) (18a7a6885)
- import changes from rmottola/Arctic-Fox:
 - Bug 940273 - Part 5 - Expose Service Worker Cache as window.caches when pref is enabled. (ed05e2028)
 - Bug 940273 - Part 6 - Expose Service Worker Cache on workers as self.caches (ffbc3dd0f)
 - Bug 940273 - Part 7 - Initial tests for Service Worker Cache. (828405e48)
 - Bug 1139603: Add MOZ_OVERRIDE annotations in CacheParent.h and QuotaClient.cpp to fix clang -Winconsistent-missing-override. (dcd9139c3)
 - Bug 1139153 - Rip out the unneeded layout.async-containerless-scrolling.enabled pref. (6bbaaa5c6) (b93691415)
- finally bump versions (6d775ae14)

Note: for unknown reason, this code becoming broken after my 8 Feb merge: (follow code found in Easy Drag2Go extension)

var tPrefs = Cc['@mozilla.org/preferences-service;1'].getService(Ci.nsIPrefService);
var lang = tPrefs.getComplexValue('general.useragent.locale', Ci.nsISupportsString).data;

07:20:40.283 TypeError: tPrefs.getComplexValue is not a function

and you will need changing nsIPrefService to nsIPrefBranch in order to make code working again.

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@roytam1

You made a typo in the links to your Pale Moon 28 builds.

You say

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PM28XP build:
Win32 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.4.0a1.win32-git-20190223-f89a809df-xpmod.7z
Win64 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.4.0a1.win64-git-20190223-f89a809df-xpmod.7z

when they should be:

Quote

PM28XP build:
Win32 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.5.0a1.win32-git-20190223-f89a809df-xpmod.7z
Win64 https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-28.5.0a1.win64-git-20190223-f89a809df-xpmod.7z

:)

anyway... my server is updated to link correctly to the new builds, enjoy.
No need to download a new installer version this time. :D

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10 minutes ago, i430VX said:

@roytam1

You made a typo in the links to your Pale Moon 28 builds.

You say

when they should be:

:)

anyway... my server is updated to link correctly to the new builds, enjoy.
No need to download a new installer version this time. :D

oh yeah, just forgot to change that minor version in the link ;)

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