Tree Reopened; M4 Release Candidates Appear Monday
Sunday April 11th, 1999
From Richard Lloyd and Andrew Niese comes news that the tree has been reopened. Andrew says, "Mozilla.org reopened the source tree this evening for to start work on Mozilla's Milestone 5, after M4 had been deemed code complete. The source code and initial builds have been sent to the QA team for their thumbs up. 'We will be spinning M4 candidate builds from the branch on Monday' says Chris Yeh, Mozilla.org's Release Engineering Manager."
Check out the Seamonkey pages for info on Mozilla milestones.
#2 Re:Tree Reopened; M4 Release Candidates Appear Mon
by Roland Mainz <Roland.Mainz@informatik.med.uni-giessen.de>
Monday April 12th, 1999 7:36 AM
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But AFAIK even the M4 build misses three important things: - displaying XML without a stylesteet like IE5 does (this is an important feature for developers, and a must-be for XML tech demonstrations)... - display of XML parser errors - XSL (optional: DSSL)
The first noted feature is a MUST-BE, 2nd one a SHOULD-BE, and the third that can be done in Mozilla 5 second edition...