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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.


#69 Re: About time

by M1scha <m1scha_m@yahoo.com.au>

Wednesday September 11th, 2002 5:47 AM

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If you select Phoenix as your default browser Mozilla will not start. To me that is not a problem, as I have never used anything like Communicator or Outlook, I just surf on over to wherever I think I have mail. Phoenix is what many people would want in a browser. I have tried Beowulf and was not impressed, and I cannot see why it would ever appeal to mums and dads, let alone grandads like me. Once I said Mozilla rules, but I think Phoenix does instead. Now all it needs is an icon.