Two New Mozilla Projects
Sunday April 25th, 1999
From arielb comes more Mozilla news. First, a company called Nexware is apparently porting (or has ported) GLIB and GTK+ to the QNX realtime OS. These libraries, according to their Projects page, are required to compile Mozilla, which leads me to believe that they have either successfully compiled, or are currently working on compiling, Mozilla for this platform. Nexware developed the MyWeb browser for the Philips MyWeb Internet appliance.
Second is a new browser from Custom Browser. This app seems to be similar to NeoPlanet, in which both IE and Gecko rendering engines will be available.
by Dave Fiddes <D.J.Fiddes@hw.ac.uk>
Monday April 26th, 1999 4:31 AM
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I thought that work on QNX had been going on for some time by the folk at QNX...
It probably is _that_ tough a port either as QNX is (unfortunately) a very unixy OS.
I'd personally love to see Mozilla running on an Open Source RTOS like RTEMS or eCos (with the help of libggi ;)