Mozilla Firebird 0.6.1 Coming Soon

Wednesday July 23rd, 2003

In a posting to his weblog, Asa Dotzler discusses the forthcoming Mozilla Firebird 0.6.1: "We're planning on doing a Firebird release based on the Mozilla 1.5a branch. This isn't going to be Firebird 0.7 since we haven't met our goals for features and fixes but we think it's important to get the autocomplete crash fix (and a few other fixes) into the hands of all the people currently using 0.6.

"We've made the first round of builds based on the 1.5a branch and they're available for testing: Windows and Linux builds just made it to FTP so grab a build and let us know what you think."

Update: Some updated 0.6.1 candidate builds are now available. See Asa's posting to the Firebird Builds forum for more information.

#31 Re: yes, but how does this relate to mozilla fireb

by AlexBishop <>

Saturday July 26th, 2003 6:47 PM

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"What I'd like to know: if somebody checks in a patch to the mozilla trunk (say on parts of the code that are shared by mozilla and firebird), will this automatially be applied to the next firebird build as well?"

Yes. However, as Firebird 0.6.1 will be based on the Mozilla 1.5 Alpha branch, only changes that have been checked into the 1.5a branch will make it into this release.