LynXX wrote:Ok, Atari CI builds are working again, but noone was able to test them: https://ci.netsurf-browser.org/builds/atari/
Could someone familiar with NetSurf test it and report there or on #netsurf on Freenode?
m0n0 wrote:There was an bug in the Makefile, so that it did not locate the strip executable:
http://git.netsurf-browser.org/netsurf. ... 7a7dff8384
Many thanks to Vincent Sanders and Michael Drake for fixing it!
PeterS wrote:I don't think it is a simple cpu horse-power issue, I get the impression that other 060 platforms do better but it would be great if someone could do a comparison.
ThorstenOtto wrote:A: Lets use more of that funny CSS things. And while we are at it, use high-resolution images of several MBs as background, ADs etc.
trecool wrote:A usable non-TC version would be nice to have.
m0n0 wrote:Which/how many machines are out there that do not support TC, but offer near enough performance/resources for an application like netsurf?
m0n0 wrote:There were some changes to NetSurf, the http login dialog is now embedded into the Browser-Window. Is someone willing to test this with the latest CI build:
I tested the build, but I do not have networking setup in my aranym installation, so I can not access a webserver (with authentication enabled) within aranym.
Also, there was a ask for help for SSL errors on the mailing list:
It would be fine if someone is willing to add a translation or test the new feature.
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