Am 31.03.20 um 11:01 schrieb Hans-Peter Jansen:
the next FF release (75.0) is going to be exciting
(for me, at least), since
it is about to fix a 13 years(!) old bug : session handling.
Currently, it's in b9 state .
Do you see a chance to revive mozilla:beta/firefox again?
I would wipe all files, replace them with mozilla:Factory/MozillaFirefox and
update the essential parts, but not sure, if it's worth the effort. The last
times, I've done FF builds were a really unpleasant experience due to Rust
woes. What do you think?
I started to prepare the dependencies required to build FF75 in Factory
But I'm currently stuck on rust because it requires version 1.41 which
is not yet even in Tumbleweed. So I guess any try to build FF will
result in an error that rust is too old at the moment.
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