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M18 Now Available!

Thursday October 12th, 2000

Milestone M18 has just hit the FTP site - get it while it's hot. If you've been checking out the trunk builds, you're already ahead of the curve - the trunk builds are looking really good recently. Now if they can just get the performance of the Personal Security Manager up to snuff, Mozilla will be something I can use for all my browsing.

The M18 release builds are available here. Versions for Linux, Mac, Windows, and OpenVMS are available. Also, there is a Windows MathML/SVG/XSLT build available and a MathML/SVG build available for Linux; I'm not sure what other files you'll need to install to get XSLT working, though (if any).


#34 Interesting observation

by CosmicDreams <cweber@gac.edu>

Friday October 13th, 2000 10:59 PM

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I running the win32 version of M18 on a Win2k box w/64 MB of Ram. It's been running (idle) for about a day and a half an it stayed close to 18 MB all that time. What version/ on what kind of a machine are you running.

Also, I'm not sure what your first message implicates. How much of mozilla won't have to be included in the final release? What effect will this have on the total Ram usage?

Thanks Cosmic