2006-05-07 Trunk builds

Fixes:

  • Fixed: 333751 - Sniff for feeds that might have the wrong MIME type.
  • Fixed: Display feeds nicely, with subscription options: subscribe with an external feed reader, a web site such as Netvibes, or Live Bookmarks.
  • Fixed: 334471 - Add support for Microsummaries.
  • Fixed: 258672 - Add grey text to search box showing search engine name.
  • Fixed: 335441 - Change tiny drop-down in browser search box into a button/drop-down combo to the right of the search box.
  • Fixed: 336457 - Mark selected search engine in the drop-down list.
  • Fixed: 335443 - Support autodetection of search engines that can be added to the browser browser search box.
  • Fixed: 175787 - Resize large images to fit in treeview instead of cropping.
  • Fixed: 336359 - Fire WHATWG DOM events when going online or offline.
  • Fixed: 76111 - Auto detect online/offline status on Windows.
  • Fixed: Part of 313388 - Match winstripe CSS to XP Classic appearance, and remove native theming of menus on Windows pending re-working of code
  • Fixed: 313674 - Back Button and File menu when maximized no longer extends to left edge.
  • Fixed: 202992 - "h" or "htt" cut off in address bar autocomplete (adds :// to domain names starting with "p" or "t").
  • Fixed: 334179 - XSLT document() function doesn't follow HTTP 301 / 302 responses.
  • Fixed: 214672 - Further optimization and correctness improvements of libjar: streamlining nsJarInputStream.
  • Fixed: 334407 - data: loads should default to the null principal if no owner is set.
  • Fixed: 311653 - Icon and dropdown in Search Bar has incorrect (stale) tooltip.
  • Fixed: 310981 - Update Available message for nightly build should contain build id.

Fixes for recent regressions:

  • Fixed: 326672 - When loading an image, the unloaded part of it is black.
  • Fixed: 335554 - New security message with Shockwave Flash (which depends on javascript: URL results being ASCII/UTF-8) (since April 26).
  • Fixed (?): 334616 - [Windows] Crash just after Starting Firefox [@ ntdll.dll].

Trunk regressions:

  • Since May 6: 336875 - With Adblock Plus 0.7 installed, images disappear upon reloading any page.
  • Since ~Apr 27: 335747 - Crash when an extension is disabled and the next is selected (in addons manager new style) (with some versions of Console2 extension installed) [@ xpcom_core.dll]. (Workaround: upgrade to ConsoleĀ² 0.3.4.4+.)
  • Since VC8/Cairo: 328428 - [Windows] Talkback causes (VC8) build to crash, Win2k-only [@ ntdll.dll].
  • Since VC8/Cairo: 329237 - [Windows] Firefox uninstaller fails.
  • Since Cairo: 330715 - Cairo incorrectly substitutes fonts and then bolds them incorrectly (incorrect fonts on Burning Edge bug lists).
  • Since Cairo: 324707 - Animated GIFs leave trails / don't erase in Cairo.
  • Since Cairo: 324706 - Bitmap fonts don't render in cairo builds.
  • Since Cairo: 324560 - Can't see many Unicode characters in Cairo.
  • Since Jan 26 (FDL): [Mac] Opacity doesn't work. (Related to 325296. Cairo will fix.)
  • Since Jan 26 (FDL): 324819 - Fixed positioned elements now lag/flicker when scrolling.
  • Since Jan 26 (FDL): 324963 - [Windows] Menu highlight is broken/doesn't show up/not painted.

Trunk checkins between 2006-04-29 06:00 and 2006-05-07 06:00

Windows builds: Windows nightly, Windows hourly (discussion)

Linux builds: Linux nightly Linux hourly

Mac builds: Mac nightly, Mac hourly

5 Responses to “2006-05-07 Trunk builds”

  1. marcoos Says:

    Wow, microsummaries are cool! :)

  2. Nelson Says:

    My goodness… I’ve been watching this blog since January, intending to start grabbing nightly builds as soon as Cairo arrives on the Mac. But since I still see this bug:

    # Since Jan 26 (FDL): [Mac] Opacity doesn’t work. (Related to 325296. Cairo will fix.)

    I’m assuming that Cairo has *still* not arrived for Mac. How long have Windows users had it now? When the heck is Cairo coming for Mac OS X? Is it going to be in the final release?

  3. Nelson Says:

    That said, I agree that microsummaries are cool :-) And I am becoming increasingly impressed with the feature list, despite the absence of “Places”, and I’m confident that the final release will be worthy of its version number. Keep up the good work, Mozilla!

  4. Jesse Ruderman Says:

    Firefox trunk on Windows has been using Cairo since 2006-02-22. Hopefully the trunk will have it within a few months, since a lot of plans for Gecko 1.9 (the Firefox 3 backend) depend on having Cairo for all platforms.

    Cairo on Mac depends on two major projects, Cocoa widgets on Mac and the Quartz backend for Cairo. I think the Quartz backend is mostly done, so the remaining work on Cocoa widgets is the only big thing still blocking Cairo on Mac. See Josh’s blog post and the Cocoa widgets tracking bug and the other Cocoa widgets tracking bug for information about progress on Cocoa widgets. I’m not sure why there are two tracking bugs.

  5. Smokey Ardisson Says:

    One’s for widget and one’s for gfx (although it seems to have picked up some widget-like bugs lately); one’s Josh’s and one’s pavlov’s ;)