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Jazilla Milestone 2 Released

Monday August 4th, 2003

Adam Hauner wrote in to tell us that Jazilla Milestone 2 has been released. The Jazilla project aims to rewrite Mozilla in Java. Check out the Jazilla M2 Release Notes and Changelog for more details and download a Jazilla binary from SourceForge.net. The next milestone, Jazilla M3, will feature a major rewrite of the renderer code.


#4 User agents et al.

by mcbridematt

Tuesday August 5th, 2003 2:10 AM

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Note that the useragent only affects JavaScript at the moment. Actual HTTP GET's will still use "J2SE 1.x.xx" or whatever they are.

You probably want to have a look at the DevEdge DOM xref at <http://devedge.netscape.c…ry/xref/2002/client-data/> . You may not know this, but Mozilla implements ALL of the DOM functions. And By M3, Jazilla along with Mozilla will both trounce IE when it comes to implementing DOM. (The renderer rewrite, by the way, is needed, in part, to correctly implement the DOM, as it wasn't originally designed for 'dynamic' pages)