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#26 2019-02-12 06:39:40

andreas_baumann
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Re: extra/firefox

firefox 65 hits stable. :-)

There is an issue with the corresponding i18n files, maybe they will be build now, or I have to
force them all onto the build slaves?

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#27 2019-02-12 06:47:46

andreas_baumann
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Re: extra/firefox

Ok, I rescheduled and priorized all firefox i18n files..

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#28 2019-02-12 17:40:11

levi
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Re: extra/firefox

Thanks for your work on this.  Is there any hope that the binaries you manage to produce are less crashy than the ones mozilla produce?

Edit: I'm posting this from firefox 65.0 that happened to come down via a -Syu.  I don't really understand what's gone on to enable this, but I'm glad to be able to use the new tracking protections.

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#29 2019-02-13 07:23:53

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Re: extra/firefox

'firefox-i18n' and 'firefox' are on 65.0 now.
I don't experience any problems so far.

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#30 2019-02-15 17:19:31

levi
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Re: extra/firefox

Yep, I've had no unexpected problems using it over the last two days.  The option to disable blocking per site isn't actually that useful to me, because I never want to run trackers, but I sometimes have to enable cookies, so I still have to do that by right clicking and hitting
'page info' and then modifying cookie settings for that page.  It's not got worse, so I can't really complain.  At least it's not crashed for me yet.

And thanks again for your efforts to actually port this over.

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