Edit Package MozillaFirefox

Mozilla Firefox Web Browser

This package is based on the package 'MozillaFirefox' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

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MozillaFirefox-rpmlintrc 0000000029 29 Bytes over 12 years
MozillaFirefox.changes 0000341897 334 KB 9 days
MozillaFirefox.desktop 0000000661 661 Bytes 10 months
MozillaFirefox.spec 0000027137 26.5 KB 10 days
_constraints 0000001564 1.53 KB 9 days
create-tar.sh 0000010940 10.7 KB 3 months
firefox-88.0.1.source.tar.xz 0376465316 359 MB 10 days
firefox-88.0.1.source.tar.xz.asc 0000000833 833 Bytes 10 days
firefox-appdata.xml 0000001732 1.69 KB 4 months
firefox-branded-icons.patch 0000001884 1.84 KB 9 months
firefox-kde.patch 0000009476 9.25 KB about 2 months
firefox-mimeinfo.xml 0000000292 292 Bytes about 13 years
firefox-search-provider.ini 0000000150 150 Bytes 6 months
firefox.1 0000003244 3.17 KB 10 months
firefox.js 0000000461 461 Bytes 6 months
google-api-key 0000000040 40 Bytes over 3 years
l10n-88.0.1.tar.xz 0050355440 48 MB 10 days
mozilla-aarch64-startup-crash.patch 0000001291 1.26 KB about 1 year
mozilla-api-key 0000000033 33 Bytes about 4 years
mozilla-bmo1005535.patch 0000001257 1.23 KB about 1 year
mozilla-bmo1504834-part1.patch 0000003981 3.89 KB about 1 year
mozilla-bmo1504834-part2.patch 0000004305 4.2 KB about 1 year
mozilla-bmo1504834-part3.patch 0000003533 3.45 KB about 1 year
mozilla-bmo1504834-part4.patch 0000001785 1.74 KB about 1 year
mozilla-bmo1512162.patch 0000001887 1.84 KB 5 months
mozilla-bmo1568145.patch 0000001465 1.43 KB 5 months
mozilla-bmo1602730.patch 0000000889 889 Bytes 11 months
mozilla-bmo1626236.patch 0000003313 3.24 KB 11 months
mozilla-bmo849632.patch 0000001324 1.29 KB about 1 year
mozilla-bmo998749.patch 0000001000 1000 Bytes 11 months
mozilla-disable-wasm-emulate-arm-unaligned-fp-access.patch 0000000907 907 Bytes about 1 year
mozilla-fix-aarch64-libopus.patch 0000000842 842 Bytes about 1 year
mozilla-fix-top-level-asm.patch 0000002623 2.56 KB 4 months
mozilla-get-app-id 0000001123 1.1 KB over 10 years
mozilla-kde.patch 0000063284 61.8 KB 25 days
mozilla-libavcodec58_91.patch 0000001027 1 KB 12 days
mozilla-nongnome-proxies.patch 0000001842 1.8 KB 9 months
mozilla-ntlm-full-path.patch 0000001159 1.13 KB about 1 year
mozilla-pgo.patch 0000006672 6.52 KB 25 days
mozilla-reduce-rust-debuginfo.patch 0000002150 2.1 KB 4 months
mozilla-s390-context.patch 0000002091 2.04 KB about 1 year
mozilla-s390x-skia-gradient.patch 0000001372 1.34 KB 11 months
mozilla-sandbox-fips.patch 0000002248 2.2 KB 8 months
mozilla.keyring 0000021058 20.6 KB almost 2 years
mozilla.sh.in 0000006859 6.7 KB 25 days
spellcheck.js 0000000060 60 Bytes over 6 years
tar_stamps 0000000341 341 Bytes 10 days
Comments for MozillaFirefox 4

Aaron Stern's avatar

ukbeast89 wrote about 1 year ago

I notice a performance difference between Vanilla and OpensSUSE. I'm getting a solid 60fps from https://www.vsynctester.com/ for Vanilla, but keeps dropping under 50fps for OpenSUSE. (maybe -O3 vs. -O2?)

Vanilla's build flag https://pastebin.com/LR3k8YyS

OpenSUSE Build flag https://pastebin.com/NWvbSTz2


Wolfgang Rosenauer's avatar

wrosenauer wrote about 1 year ago

Please feel free to add any information to https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1112824. I guess it's mainly the same thing. It's just not really clear what the difference is but need to come back to that one.


Aaron Stern's avatar

ukbeast89 wrote about 1 year ago

Is there a way to tell obs to compile with -O3? I'm thinking of forking and trying with other flags.


Wolfgang Rosenauer's avatar

wrosenauer wrote about 1 year ago

several ways but cannot remember what the best way is. Check where $CFLAGS are used or override with something like ac_add_options --enable-optimize="-O3" like it is done for s390x in the spec

You would need to try and check the compiler output if the flags are correctly applied. Many years ago we had different settings like -O3 or -Os but they also caused sometimes build issues with broken gcc versions and stuff so currently we use the global distribution flags as much as possible.

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