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v17:QT+pixman link is dead
Anyone can upload please?
 
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Does anyone know where I can get the binaries for the latest release of Fennec 17 for Maemo? Or better yet the full source code used to build those binaries? (including all the relavent debian packaging files used to produce the .deb file)
 

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I've found sources for some nighties but not 17. Their website archive says 7 was the last official but nightlies might exist. Fmg might know what was used as from what I can see last nightlies were for 10, but I haven't checked every month since.

17 I think was November 2012 but can't find in the folder. Below is for a 10 with source.
https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/nightly/2011/11/

I'll check for a local copy of 17 Deb later. I'll also look how I built embedlite 28 and 29a to see if/ how I got around SSL, gstreamer etc.
 

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Have you seen http://www.vladislavonline.com/build...-on-maemo-sdk/ I know their were gtk and qt releases early on. Later were just Qt based because of performance iirc
 

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Originally Posted by Android_808 View Post
Have you seen http://www.vladislavonline.com/build...-on-maemo-sdk/ I know their were gtk and qt releases early on. Later were just Qt based because of performance iirc
hmm that was v17, and to qoute

Vladislav on October 24, 2016 at 2:05 am
At the time I wrote this post Fennec was not supported by Mozilla any more, but its makefiles still existed. Now day are completely removed from the source tree, so unfortunately it cannot be built.
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Yeah what I am after is the specific binaries (and source assuming it hasn't vanished off the face of the earth) for the most recent Fennec 17 builds posted in this thread since the guy who posted them has done some optimizations and other things (i.e. he has specific stuff in the debian packaging and build configs and things that I want to get a look at)

Although those Fennec 10 binaries for Maemo5 are definitely useful (especially since I can see the mozconfig they used for example)
 

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Further analysis shows that there are some major changes between Firefox/Fennec 17 and Firefox 24 (the GCC version required is a fair bit higher for a start) so finding out what they installed in Scratchbox (or what build configs and setups were used) for FF/Fennec 17 (or any older versions) doesn't really help.
What I think I need to do is to find the exact minimum requirements (in terms of hardware and software) needed to build Firefox 24.8.1 in a GTK2 build for regular linux and that would probably give me the info needed to ensure I have the right packages for Maemo.
Then for the mozconfig I need to find someone who knows about mozconfig options and GCC flags and things who can help me figure out exactly what I want in a mozconfig based on the defaults for FF24.8.1 as well as what the existing microb-engine configs do.

Figuring out what all the maemo-local patches do and which ones do stuff that is still important (and how to do that same thing in the FF24 codebase) would be a nice thing to do as well but again I dont know the Mozilla codebase well enough for that
 

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