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Phoenix Nightly Builds Now Available

Thursday September 5th, 2002

Nightly builds of Phoenix are now available for download from ftp.mozilla.org. Builds are currently only available for Linux and Windows.

Phoenix (formerly known as mozilla/browser) is a redesign of the Mozilla browser component. It is not related to Project Piglet (also previously known as mozilla/browser), which was forked from pre-Phoenix mozilla/browser code.

Thanks to Asa Dotzler for the news.

UPDATE! Also check out the Phoenix project page which has some more information about the project.


#46 Re: how come?

by SubtleRebel <mark@ky.net>

Friday September 6th, 2002 1:51 PM

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"Why on earth would people go through the trouble of making nightly builds and creating Bugzilla components if Phoenix wasn't accepting bugs? "

Why would the Phoenix README say that they were not accepting bugs, if they were in fact accepting bugs?

"Both Mozilla and Phoenix are limited access."

When Phoenix was not accepting bugs, it was a definitely a whole lot more limited than Mozilla and the original mozilla/browser announcement certainly indicated that the project was closed to outsiders.