2007-07-20 Trunk builds


  • Fixed: 321170 - Templates needs to be able to load datasources other than RDF.
  • Fixed: 336959 - Use Pango/Uniscribe to break inside Thai/Lao runs.
  • Fixed: 204140 - Allow user style sheets to load XBL from file: URLs.
  • Fixed: 332174 - Drop SOAP support. (2% codesize win!)
  • Fixed: 333907 - [Windows] XRE quits too abruptly when Windows is shut down.
  • Fixed: 337771 - [Windows] Native -moz-appearance work for menus and toolbars on Windows XP.
  • Fixed: 93789 - [Linux] Mozilla should support X11 session management.
  • Fixed: 315227 - Failed download when using "Save Link As..." on a link to an page / file that uses HTTP/FTP authentication.
  • Fixed: 66619 - Tabbing to a multi-line link should try to make entire link visible.
  • Fixed: 334136 - Software Update fails with language packs.
  • Fixed: 330511 - Plug-in blocklisting backend.
  • Fixed: 388192 - Remove gopher OS integration support.
  • Fixed: 368854 - [Windows] Add compile flags "SafeSEH" and "NXCompat" (to improve security?).
  • Fixed: 363258 - [Windows] Bad millisecond resolution for (new Date).getTime() / Date.now() on Windows.
  • Fixed: 388444 - [Mac] Remove Panther code from cocoa widgets (since 10.3 is no longer supported).

Fixes for recent regressions:

  • Fixed: 358093 - Cocoa drag and drop needs to implemented promised file dragging. (Dragging an image to the Desktop should create an image file, not a "picture clipping".)
  • Fixed: 328296 - Obscured outlines are drawn (through things that are on top and not transparent).
  • Fixed: 386300 - Caret disappears when pressing UP at the top of a contenteditable region.
  • Fixed: 386920 - Text with "font-variant: small-caps" no longer wraps properly.

Trunk checkins between 2007-07-13 04:00 and 2007-07-20 04:00

Windows builds: Windows nightly (discussion)

Linux builds: Linux nightly

Mac builds: Mac nightly

4 Responses to “2007-07-20 Trunk builds”

  1. Alex Bishop Says:

    The most striking shiny new thing in the latest nightly for me is favicons for each page in the Location Bar autocomplete menu (bug 373353).

  2. David Says:

    Alex, that sounds like a nice improvement.

  3. René Says:

    No idea when exactly that got in … but the fact that’s finally possible to scroll through dropdown menus (such as autocomplete) on os x makes me really happy these days.

    I’ve never found the corresponding bug on bugzilla though.

  4. paranoid Says:

    Hmm…don’t follow the links of the myspace comment above..leads to some dodgy page with an obfuscated javascript document.write inserting an iframe pointing to a page on a different domain with further obfuscated javascript in it….probably trying to install some spyware. Thank [insert deity] I’m not using IE :-)