delgarde at ihug.co.nz
Thu Oct 18 03:24:07 PDT 2001
On Thursday 18 October 2001 14:39, Steve Bougerolle wrote:
> Aside from integration with Nautilus, there isn't a lot of other advantage
> to doing it yourself because the binary installer you download already lets
> you pick the modules you do and don't want - so you can still install just
> the browser without the mail and news crap (that's the #1 customization I'm
> interested in). You can mess with the build parameters but when your
> super-optimized custom version only has a five week lifetime, why bother?
What about using Mozilla-based browsers like Galeon? Can those be compiled
with only a binary Mozilla install? I too prefer the simplicity of the
binaries, given how complex Mozilla is to build, but I'd like to have a look
at Galeon and others.
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