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Number of commits found: 6

Tuesday, 3 Aug 2010
20:55 beat search for other commits by this committer
- Update to 3.1.1

Thanks to:      Andreas Tobler <andreast-list AT>
Original commit
Saturday, 10 Jan 2009
02:45 mezz search for other commits by this committer
Add a new framework for browser plugins, USE_WEBPLUGINS. It is for which foo
plugins support one of web browsers and can take care of plist (depend on how
you use it) at the same time. I have written a complete document and even show
how it works in the www/firefox/Makefile.webplugins so be sure to read in
there. If there is anything that isn't clear in the document, please feel free
to ask and I will try my best to improvement it.

FYI: GNOME 2.24 depends on this, so it's coming.

BTW: It's based on www/linux-mplayer-plugin/Makefile.npapi with heavy modified.

Approved by:    portmgr
Original commit
Thursday, 12 Jan 2006
05:54 ahze search for other commits by this committer
- Update thunderbird to 1.5 [1]
- Remove thunderbird-devel
- Remove thunderbird from supported geckos for 4.x

Release notes:
Original commit
Tuesday, 29 Nov 2005
21:12 ahze search for other commits by this committer
- Update firefox to 1.5
- Add Makefile.common
  o A new build/install system for gecko ports, Makefile.common
    includes many generic routines and common tasks.
  o Fix ld-run-path in all gecko's by using -Wl,-rpath,${moz_libdir}
    thus removing the need to have a startup script for ports that
    depend on gecko. [2]
  o Use system libm, nss, nspr in all gecko ports

- Add
  o This is the predecessor to WITH_MOZILLA=[mozilla|firefox|...]
    with a more robust way of detecting a gecko a end user wishs to
  o abstracts the selection of gecko-based backends. It
    allows users and porters to support any available gecko backend
    without needing to build many conditional tests. ${USE_GECKO} is the
    list of backends that your port can handle, and ${GECKO} is set by to be the chosen backend. Users set ${WITH_GECKO} to the
    list of gecko backends they want on their system.

  Port Makefile example:

  USE_GECKO=firefox mozilla seamonkey thunderbird
  .include <>
  .include "${.CURDIR}/../../www/mozilla/"

  End user example:
  WITH_GECKO=seamonkey firefox

  We highly recommend moving away from using WITH_MOZILLA and switching to

PR:             89052 [2]
Submitted by:   vs [2]
Obtained from:  www/firefox
Thanks to:      adamw, marcus, and mezz for ideas, bug squashing, and more
                sajd from for
                 pointing out many bugs
Original commit
Monday, 17 May 2004
20:09 marcus search for other commits by this committer
Fix a potential crash if thunderbird tries to load browser plug-ins.

PR:             66450
Submitted by:   Franz Klammer <>
Original commit
Saturday, 28 Feb 2004
01:14 marcus search for other commits by this committer
* Update to 0.5
* Fix a potential hang with esound
* Fix some potential pthread issues
* Add more platform compatibility patches
* Fix libiconv support
* Pull in some patches from firefox to shorten the plist some

Special thanks to ale for getting a clean source tarball and hosting it.  For
the details on what's new in the release, please see:
Original commit

Number of commits found: 6