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Mozilla 1.0.2 Released

Wednesday January 8th, 2003

mozilla.org has released Mozilla 1.0.2, a stability and security follow-up to 1.0 and 1.0.1. The latest release from the stable 1.0 branch, Mozilla 1.0.2 is not a features release and is recommended only for consumers who have a good reason not to upgrade to the more recent Mozilla 1.2.1 or Mozilla 1.3 Alpha.

Mozilla 1.0.2 can be downloaded from mozilla.org's Stable Releases page or direct from the FTP server. More information can be found in the Mozilla 1.0.2 Release Notes.


#3 Reasons for 1.0.2

by turi

Wednesday January 8th, 2003 11:29 AM

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Reasons for using 1.0.2 are if you're a company that either tests and preconfigures it's software before deploying it on the companies computers and therefore wishes to have a version that doesn't differ hugely from the former or if use mozilla's codebase for your own product and don't want to have an ever moving target (the API of the 1.0.x series is frozen).

There's no real reason for not going with 1.2.1 if you use it on your own computer (except if you encounter problems with 1.2.1 that aren't present in 1.0.x).