Firefox 3.5

July 4, 2009 – 12:45 pm by Maximilien Cuony [The_glu]

Firefox 3.5 is now used as basis browser to develop FireGPG ;)

  1. 6 Responses to “Firefox 3.5”

  2. This means that fireGPG will be available soon for FF3.5 right? How long do you expect it to take? FF3.5 is so much faster that I don’t want to work in 3.0 any longer than I absolutely have to! :-)

    Thanks for the good work!

    By Lifeboy on Jul 6, 2009

  3. FireGPG is already available for FF3.5 ;)

    By Maximilien Cuony [The_glu] on Jul 6, 2009

  4. Any updated instructions how to build libipc on non-Linux Unix-like systems (e.g. FreeBSD) for FF3.5 please.

    I was able to compile and use libipc on FreeBSD/amd64 for FF3.0, but not for FF3.5.


    By cordula on Jul 16, 2009

  5. What is the problem-error-step not working ?

    By Maximilien Cuony [The_glu] on Jul 17, 2009

  6. Hi Maximilien, sorry for the delay.

    I’m following the steps outlined here:

    With the www/firefox35 port, this is the part that leads to the show-stopper:

    # cd work/mozilla-1.9.1/extensions/ipc
    # ./makemake -r -o .
    INFO: no .mozconfig file found
    INFO: no MOZ_OBJDIR used
    Processing: /usr/local/ports/www/firefox35/work/mozilla-1.9.1/extensions/ipc/build
    Processing: /usr/local/ports/www/firefox35/work/mozilla-1.9.1/extensions/ipc/public
    Processing: /usr/local/ports/www/firefox35/work/mozilla-1.9.1/extensions/ipc
    Processing: /usr/local/ports/www/firefox35/work/mozilla-1.9.1/extensions/ipc/tests
    Processing: /usr/local/ports/www/firefox35/work/mozilla-1.9.1/extensions/ipc/src

    # gmake
    Makefile:42: ../../../../../../../../../config/ No such file or directory
    gmake: *** No rule to make target `../../../../../../../../../config/’. Stop.

    It used to work with the www/firefox3 port, but not with www/firefox35 port anymore.

    Perhaps libipc-latest isn’t compatible with FF3.5?


    By cordula on Jul 30, 2009

  7. I don’t know. But the 3.0 ipc lib should works for fx3.5 ;)

    By Maximilien Cuony [The_glu] on Jul 30, 2009

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