Subject: Re: Mozilla M16
To: None <>
From: Shin'ichiro TAYA <>
List: current-users
Date: 05/22/2000 23:44:11
From: Adam Ciarcinski <>
Subject: Re: Mozilla M16
Date: Mon, 22 May 2000 14:04:55 +0200 (CEST)

> > Nightly builds of Mozilla (called M16 although it's not been
> > released yet) work great on NetBSD -current with the Linux emulation.
> Brian,
> I guess we don't need precompiled Mozilla.  We'd like to see Mozilla M16
> compiled from the source code in NetBSD package form.
> Do others agree with me?

Yes, I agree.

I tried to run Mozilla M15 on NetBSD-current several nights.
I fixed several points and dist/bin/viewer worked except gtk
scrollbars. With GTK scrollbar off, native scrollbar appears and
content of the window scrolls.
Mozilla-bin only shows blank window with title "Select User Profile".
I think there is another issue around XUL or GFX.
Could anyone advice me where to debug?

From: Brad Spencer <>
Subject: Re: Mozilla M16
Date: Mon, 22 May 2000 09:36:04 -0400 (EDT)

>    I had a try at compiling the (friday) source snapshot over the w/end.
>    Some of the's seem inconsistent in setting the NO_STATIC_LIB
>    and NO_SHARED_LIB overrides and so it failed building some components
>    which expected to see a static library rather than a dynamic one. I
>    eventually ran out of disk space and enthusiasm for fixing the broken
>    components. I'll try again when I get a bigger disk !

For i386:
# du -s mozilla
1694226 mozilla

And it needs more than 400MBytes of swap to run in gdb.