Trunk Freezes for Mozilla 1.6 Alpha Tonight
Tuesday October 21st, 2003
At midnight Pacific Daylight Time tonight, the Mozilla development trunk will freeze in preparation for 1.6 Alpha. During the freeze, which will remain in place until 1.6a is released, all trunk checkins will require approval from firstname.lastname@example.org before landing. Read Asa Dotzler's newsgroup posting for information about the checkin approval process during the freeze. See the Mozilla Development Roadmap for more details about the release plans and check tinderbox for the latest trunk status.
#27 And here's what's new in 1.5:
Sunday October 26th, 2003 6:48 PM
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This list only reflects stuff that I find interesting:
# A common application hang with SSL-encrypted SMTP connections has been fixed.
# Printing of the attachments list is now supported.
# Closing a window with multiple tabs now prompts the user with a confirmation dialog (which can be disabled for future close operations).
# Mozilla's view source now displays line and column numbers in the status bar.
# A quicksearch filter has been implemented for about:config.
# Mozilla should no longer cause GDI problems on Windows.
# A common problem collapsing the URL bar popup on Windows has been fixed.
Looks like most of these fixes are invisible. Most changes affect web development, like Composer and are more welcome among web developers.