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From: Andrew I. Mutch <amutch@wa...> - 2002-12-07 17:56:37
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Date: Sat, 7 Dec 2002 11:52:00 -0600
From: Jerry E. Allgood <jea@...>
Subject: is there any help to build Win32 Mozilla and then K-Melon 0.7
If this email is misdirected, please redirect it to the appropriate
I would be happy to help, but I need to get started.
It seems that to build K-Melon, Moz1.2.1 needs to be built. I haven't been
able to build Moz1.0 and Moz1.2.1 source doesn't seem to be available from
FTP (haven't jumped into the CVS box yet).
My world is Visual Studio 6.0 (SP5, Processor Pack) and it is on Win98,
Win2000 and WinXP, but all my trys have been Win2000Server. At the moment, =
am stuck and frustrated with over a week of playing with this and that (wit=
at least 100 ReStarts).
* Andrew I. Mutch <amutch@...> [2002-12-07, 12:56 -0500]:
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Sat, 7 Dec 2002 11:52:00 -0600
> From: Jerry E. Allgood <jea@...>
> To: amutch@...
> Subject: is there any help to build Win32 Mozilla and then K-Melon 0.7
> I would be happy to help, but I need to get started.
How come the build instructions are no longer linked from the
documentation page? For most people, I guess, also outdated documents
are better than nothing. ( I started with the 0.6 plugin-text and 0.6.5
sources without realizing things had changed ;-)
Accidently I found a month old forum thread about "Web site updating":
Is this connected to the revised documents announce on the document page?
The mentioned web page doesn't exist. Can someone else update the text?
I've got an update for the 0.7 plugins here:
and a text about compiling plugins with MinGW here:
Once we have build instructions again, maybe link to Mozilla's page:
Here is someone else with "Build Problems":
That's three new guys trying to get started the last month. None of
them seems to have joined the developer's mailing list though..
Perhaps they all gave up?
We need to take better care of people who wish to help!