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Pale Moon Browser's GTK+ 3 builds

The Pale Moon Web Browser-- GTK+ 3 builds

This repository is used for GTK 3 builds. To add the repository and its apt key, click on the "Download package" link on the upper right of this page, then:

Click on what version of Linux you are using is compatible with (as Linux Mint is compatible with various Ubuntu releases, and Mint's Debian Edition with Debian releases)

To add the repo and its key, click on "Add repository and install manually" link

Then cut and paste the directions for your particular distro's release into a terminal. Take care to use the directions for your release, since it's easy to mistakenly copy and paste the set above or below the correct ones--you can read what you've just pasted into the terminal to make sure it matches what you are running.

Note that if you add both my GTK 2 and 3 repos, the GTK 3 version will be seen as an upgrade over the GTK 2.

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_constraints 0000000194 194 Bytes almost 5 years
palemoon_32.0.0-1.gtk3.debian.tar.xz 0000069664 68 KB 5 days
palemoon_32.0.0-1.gtk3.dsc 0000001233 1.2 KB 5 days
palemoon_32.0.0.orig.tar.xz 0210464688 201 MB 5 days
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Steven Pusser's avatar

stevenpusser wrote about 1 year ago

29.4.2 debian/control: Tried having gcc-11 as a build-conflict in order to get it working with gcc-10 on Sid and Impish and also be compatible with older distreleases...

..didn't work. Kept separate sid-impish builds, but had to add Debian bookworm to those.

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stevenpusser wrote 9 months ago

With 31.0.0 release, PM now will build with parallel threads with recent "make" releases and with gcc-11, so once again, one set of source files now fits all. Distros without gcc-7, namely Debian 9, are removed.

Steven Pusser's avatar

stevenpusser wrote 4 months ago

  • Disable all the special flags to reduce memory use, and limit build threads, from d/mozconfig and d/rules, thanks to the compiling improvements noted above.
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