A build from the middle of the Aviary landing

  • Fixed: Aviary branch landing (partial).
  • Fixed: Change version number to 1.0.
  • Fixed: 196576 - Add MySQL support.
  • Fixed: 266485 - Enable SPNEGO proxy authentication.
  • Fixed: 175380 - PageDown/PageUp leave too much in common between "pages".
  • Fixed: 249782 - Make Mozilla compile with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005.
  • Fixed: 240070 - Add nsIContentPolicy <> nsIPermissionManager general glue.
  • Fixed: 261232 - Require builders to specify application(s) to client.mk and configure when building.
  • Fixed: 221161 - Customize domain endings (TLDs) for Ctrl+Enter, Shift+Enter, etc. completions in URL bar.
  • Fixed: 209694 - Clear margin merged with bottom margin on empty last child.
  • Fixed: 60289 - ::first-letter doesn't get margin-right applied.
  • Fixed: 100175 - InnerHTML smushing multiple options together on select.
  • Fixed: 201897 - Shrink-wrap absolutely positioned boxes, right of container, have 0 width.

There is a Branch landing plan on the mozilla.org wiki. Regressions from the Aviary landing should have the aviary-landing keyword.

This build has a lot of regressions. I recommend waiting at least until the end of the landing before downloading a new trunk build.

  • Since Aviary landing: Toolbar items (back button, address bar) are usually not updated.
  • Since Aviary landing: 272495 - Find toolbar is broken.
  • Since Aviary landing: Installing extensions does not work.
  • Since Aviary landing: 272504 - Live bookmarks icon, secure icon and hostname not displayed in status bar.

Windows builds: Official Windows, Official Windows installer (discussion)

4 Responses to “A build from the middle of the Aviary landing”

  1. Ross M Karchner Says:

    I’m a bit confused– what does MySQL support do in a web browser?

  2. Jesse Ruderman Says:

    I don’t know. According to http://www.xulplanet.com/ndeakin/article/289, it’s not part of the default build, so I guess I shouldn’t have listed it.

  3. William Graham Says:

    SQL support for the browser allows direct connections to data sources instead of having to use web server scripts. This would be ideal for something like an internal point of sale terminal programmed in XUL.

  4. Nick Fagerlund Says:

    Wow, powerful. I’d leave that the hell out the default build, too.