2007-04-13 Trunk builds

Fixes:

  • Fixed: 339102 - Enhanced Page Info window.
  • Fixed: 375681 - Add drag and dragend events.
  • Fixed: 374462 - Update cairo to 1.4.2.
  • Fixed: 162283 - I hit ctrl+shift+tab and mozilla crashed.
  • Fixed: 375435 - URLs requested by plugins should trigger content policies (e.g. so AdBlock Plus can block the request).
  • Fixed: 376802 - One Tooltip Listener to rule them all.
  • Fixed: 370439 - [Mac] Rewrite native scrollbars to use nsITheme.
  • Fixed: 376395 - [Mac] New version of JEP (0.9.6.1), please land on trunk and branches.
  • Fixed: 367658 - [Mac] Implement nsIIdleService on OS X.
  • Fixed: 333126 - [Linux] Bold/Italic text isn't displayed as bold/italic with cairo-gtk2 build if the font is synthesis font.

Fixes for recent regressions:

  • Fixed: 374881 - Textbox.focus() causes Up, Down, Page Up, Page Down, Home and End keys to not function on other sites.
  • Fixed: 372713 - Add cycle collection to RDF datasources.
  • Fixed: 361600 - [Mac] Flashing when switching tabs, opening the find bar, etc (since Nov 22).
  • Fixed: 355177 - [Mac] The resize animation when switching panels in preference dialog on Mac OS X trunk (with cocoa widgets) is not smooth.
  • Fixed: 368879 - [Mac] SVG text is garbled on Mac OS X -- all characters are piled on top of each other.

Trunk regressions:

  • Since Nov 22: 361523 - [Mac] Form borders are too thick.
  • Since Jan 26, 2006 (FDL): 324819 - Fixed positioned elements now lag/flicker when scrolling.

Trunk checkins between 2007-03-31 04:00 and 2007-04-13 04:00

Windows builds: Windows nightly (discussion)

Linux builds: Linux nightly

Mac builds: Mac nightly

4 Responses to “2007-04-13 Trunk builds”

  1. Phil Ringnalda Says:

    That’s just cruel, claiming that bug 354768 is fixed. I couldn’t imagine how I would have ignored the bugspam about it, but I still scurried off to read about how it was fixed, and how I could finally stop the constant “click in a form element, drat, click the desktop, again, desktop, again, finally I can type.”

  2. Jesse Ruderman Says:

    Oops. The checkin comment was

    “re-work the way we send NS_MOUSE_ENTER and NS_MOUSE_EXIT events to be more robust, don’t drop events, and always order events correctly. This fixes 355102 and 332138 for sure, and probably fixes most of 354768 and 357253. The latter two bugs can sometimes have other causes as well. r=shebs sr=pav”

    so I should have looked at the bug or tried out the build for a few hours before saying that bug 354768 was fixed.

  3. tqft Says:

    Session restore – who to bug?

    I have a couple of ideas on Session Restore and I wondered who would be good to drop it on?

    I had a search through http://groups.google.com/group/mozilla.dev.apps.firefox and couldn’t find anyone obvious.

    I think the ideas need a little more flesh before spamming the list.

    The original discussion (and most of the meat) was here – http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=538542

  4. Jesse Ruderman Says:

    Simon B├╝nzli, maybe? He shows up a lot when I search for fixed session store bugs.