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  • rudregues
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    Originally posted by VinzC View Post
    Geez! That darn thing takes me more than 90 minutes to compile on my Gentoo laptop! (Core 2 Duo T9400, 2.53 GHz.) Only [Libre/Open]Office with more than 4 hours takes more time! I remember the good days it took less than half an hour just a few years ago on the same machine...
    My Gentoo powered notebook takes about 3h30min to compile firefox 24. Very funny to hear this.
    Not.

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  • Daktyl198
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    Originally posted by LightBit View Post
    Well https://www.mikestoolbox.org/ says it is TLS 1.2 (after I enabled it), but there is no GCM (main advantage of TLS 1.2).
    I run the latest nightly (which just shifted up to version 29) and this is what I get: http://i.imgur.com/AmtbxNY.png
    :P

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  • LightBit
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    Originally posted by Daktyl198 View Post
    Well https://www.mikestoolbox.org/ says it is TLS 1.2 (after I enabled it), but there is no GCM (main advantage of TLS 1.2).

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  • Daktyl198
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    Originally posted by LightBit View Post
    Still no TLS 1.2!?
    https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=480514
    ^That was finished last month

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  • LightBit
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    Still no TLS 1.2!?


    Originally posted by BO$$ View Post
    Why the fuck would you compile it? Can't you download the binaries?
    Funny, aren't you strongly against closed source?
    What do you do with source code?

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  • linuxjacques
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    image.animation_mode has no effect

    image.animation_mode = once is now broken.

    I hate chrome's lack of animation control and now firefox is behaving the same.

    I really hope this is just a bug (I can't find anything about it on google) and will be fixed soon
    (unlike the open bug for .ico animation which has been in NEW state for years).

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  • Zan Lynx
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    Originally posted by VinzC View Post
    Geez! That darn thing takes me more than 90 minutes to compile on my Gentoo laptop! (Core 2 Duo T9400, 2.53 GHz.) Only [Libre/Open]Office with more than 4 hours takes more time! I remember the good days it took less than half an hour just a few years ago on the same machine...
    For extra fun try to build it with profile guided optimization. Or did you already?

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  • Annabel
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    Originally posted by BO$$ View Post
    Why the fuck would you compile it? Can't you download the binaries?
    Hello Mr. sheep, we meet again

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  • ssam
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    Originally posted by funtastic View Post
    I'm pretty sure this is not the first version of firefox in linux with h.264 support.
    Firefox has supported playing h.264 via gstreamer since version 14. In gentoo you just add gstreamer to the USE flags. Most distros seem to be dragging their heals on enabling this (maybe partly because of gstreamer 0.10->1.x transition)

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  • kokoko3k
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    Originally posted by 89c51 View Post
    BTW anyone knows what will happen with native notifications??
    Yes, there is an open bug in this regard.
    It seems that libnotify doesn't support all of the features required by web notification, so libnotify support has been dropped.

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