Archive for October, 2008

I’m tired to update FireGPG only with bug fixes..

Wednesday, October 29th, 2008

So I work on a new feature : Currently only buttons related to key servers works. But it's a big improvement ;) I have a lot of work remaining. I'm not sure it's will be finish for the next release (Sunday - gmail and majors bugs fixed), but "auto-fetching" missing key will ...


Friday, October 24th, 2008

(and it's not a skin).

About next release.

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

Lasted release introduted a lot of problems and regressions. But we are trying to fix them. The 3 main problems are almost fixed : - FireFTP problem is fixed in some case (depend of things I don't understand, but should works for some users.) - ls platform/ -lhrtotal 0 drwxr-xr-x 3 maximilien users 16 oct ...

FireFTP conflict with FireGPG

Sunday, October 19th, 2008

FireFTP conflict with FireGPG. They use an old ipc library. If I try to use the olds functions it's simply crash Firefox... I contacted the author to fix the problem.

How to compile the IPC library

Friday, October 17th, 2008

If you want to use FireGPG on any another OS than OSs currently supported, you have to build the IPC library. Notice you can't build it for Firefox 2. You need the version 1.2.0 and she's only Firefox 3 compatible. You will have to compile Firefox (or a part of). Please have ...

Improvements with the futur firegpg

Sunday, October 12th, 2008

There is not only bads news like dropping firefox 2 support in the next release (see previous post) : We're now realy gpl-compatible (hstart.exe was a problem) We're now 'Firefox portable' compatible (no more temporary files !) We're now compatible Firegpg is more fast Code is more clean, and less platform-dependent (only system to ...

Next release, ipc library and Firefox 2

Sunday, October 12th, 2008

Hello everybody, As we now know that not using an xpcom is a relay bad idea (before I think it's was only a bad), we have to make a new release of firegpg, quickly... Problem is : it's dosen't works for firefox 2. It's works only for windows and linux (32 bits). So ...