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Weekly Status Report, W41/2008
- Build System:
A first build system cleanup for comm-central could land this, week, but it's only a relatively small first step in that direction.
And with a bit of breathing room after the first alpha release, I worked through another batch of build system sync and created a patch for that.
Another patch I worked on is a build target for a source tarball, I hope we can go with that solution as it's pretty flexible.
- Misc Development:
When trying to ensure that the locales Makefiles are in sync, I stumbled over a Vista support improvement that needed some work.
With all the fuzz about geolocation that's going around right now, I tried to port the geolocation prompt to SeaMonkey but apparently even the solution in Firefox is flawed, so this needs more work.
- Places History:
Caio (asrail) could finish up the utilityOverlay.js API updates I need there and they could be checked in this week, which will also be quite helpful for extension developers who can use the same functions for SeaMonkey now as for Firefox when it comes to open URLs.
Neil and Caio identified a few issues with places history, we still need to figure out the strategy on what to fix in my patch, and what are different blocking or followup things to work on.
- SeaMonkey L10n:
Sinhala could join the list of SeaMonkey trunk locales this week.
The sea20x tree on the Mozilla L10n dashboard shows a few locales that actually don't have SeaMonkey L10n, the bug that wrongly added them is fixed but the list still needs to be fixed manually on the L10n server.
Regarding general L10n issues, I filed bugs for compare-locales improvements.
- German L10n:
German SeaMonkey could keep up with current development work, and I also could fix a bug in help content turned up by testing of our Alpha 1 language pack..
- Various Discussions:
Download manager, toolbar customization, "pretty filenames" and spaces, 2.0a1 feedback, Lighting integration changes, etc.
I finally have comfirmation of not only the flight but also the hotel for MozCamp Europe, so I'll be in Barcelona from about noon of October 24 until the morning of October 27, hoping to have some time to actually do some sightseeing on Friday afternoon and meeting a number of European Mozillians and MailNews developers on Saturday and Sunday!
Entry written by KaiRo and posted on October 14th, 2008 18:51 | Tags: L10n, Mozilla, SeaMonkey, Status | no comments | TrackBack
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