Dillo says hi
Forum: DSL Ideas and Suggestions
Topic: Dillo says hi
started by: curaga
Posted by curaga on Oct. 15 2008,16:06I stumbled upon the news that a stable Dillo 2.0 had been released yesterday. They mention us in the release announcement
Posted by ^thehatsrule^ on Oct. 15 2008,17:15sweet.
Who wants to build it? Wonder if there's a recommended version for fltk2...
Posted by WDef on Oct. 15 2008,20:03Lovely, I do like dillo.
Posted by mikshaw on Oct. 17 2008,15:43I tried the debian binary, but it needs several newer libs than those found in DSL. Haven't tried compiling it yet.
EDIT: it was stated in the README included with the Dillo source.
Posted by florian on Oct. 17 2008,18:31Not Dillo related, but there is now an alpha for Firefox mobile that also runs on Linux x86: < http://starkravingfinkle.org/blog....e-alpha >
Posted by webeye on Oct. 17 2008,21:28Dillo gets even better.Hurrah, I use Dillo a lot.
Posted by mikshaw on Oct. 26 2008,01:02Still haven't tried to compile it in DSL, but thought I'd mention...
I'm guessing there'd be a redundancy issue if this was included in DSL base, since it uses FLTK 2.
DSL since 4.0 (I think) has FLTK 1. Including Dillo 2 would require either statically linking FLTK 2 to dillo (added file size) or converting FLTK 1 apps to FLTK 2, or including both FLTK 1 and FLTK 2
Posted by chalbersma on Dec. 10 2008,06:58I compiled fltk2 and dillo2 and have created rudimentary .dsl and .unc for these two packages, they both work fairly well.
However I'm come across a problem. I need a way to stop the old dpi's from running before running the new dillo but I only need to do it once. I was wondering if anyone has had an experience dealing with one and done scripts.
Also the new dillo doesn't handle most web pages yet. If you browse their mailling lists you will see that they have had some problems implementing css support to a point where it will work so many pages with css (like the damn small wiki) don't show up when loaded.