Branch Cut for Mozilla Firebird 0.8
Wednesday December 17th, 2003
A branch has been created for the forthcoming release of Mozilla Firebird 0.8. The branch will allow Firebird 0.8 work to continue without the uncertainty caused by the daily changes made to the main Mozilla development trunk (currently frozen for Mozilla 1.6). However, critical trunk fixes will be merged into the new Firebird 0.8 branch.
Nightly builds from the branch will be available soon. They will feature a new mechanism for handling files served with a
by Jimmy_C <email@example.com>
Thursday December 18th, 2003 2:20 AM
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I don't know how they do it... Every Firebird release seems faster, yet with more and more and more features! I was generally pleased with Firebird 0.6.1 (remember that?), I figured that it only needed some polish but no new features. However, version 0.7 blew me away and I didn't think the developers could do it again. Boy was I wrong!
P.S. With all the work that Ben Goodger seems to be doing in Bugzilla lately, perhaps this release should be nicknamed Benbird? Good job!
P.S.2 Don't want to be a brown-noser, so I'll cancel my complement by saying that Goodger's ugly too! :-P