31 Jul 2000 infodragon   » (Apprentice)

I've been working with the mozilla source a little, but mostly I've been playing with the gtkmozembed widget for gtk+. It is really cool and I'm waiting for the release of M17 because there are suppousd to be enhancements to the widget to allow you to get into the internals of the Gecko engine itself, i.e. get behind the wrapper.

Anyway the nightly downloads for mozilla seem to be really stable. I downloaded the Win32 version and am running it on a P166 w/32MB RAM. It is a little slow but when it comes to rendering speed it kicks IE's butt! When Mozilla goes gold its gonna rock the web world!!!

I'm still working on the implementation of that specification. Its gonna kill be before it is over but will be worth it in the end:) I just have to go through more dry reading and trying to figure out how to implement it with out breaking my arcetecture. Very slow process when you are trying to do it right.

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