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SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Dave Yeo-3
Uploaded
https://bitbucket.org/dryeo/dry-comm-esr31/downloads/seamonkey-2.35b7.en-US.os2.zip
Same requirements as FF38.8.0b7. Unluckily Lightning still broken. Drag
& drop between address books fixed
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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Andreas Schnellbacher-2
Dave Yeo wrote:

> https://bitbucket.org/dryeo/dry-comm-esr31/downloads/seamonkey-2.35b7.en-US.os2.zip

Thanks, works well.

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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

David McKenna
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Thanks, Dave! One thing I was wondering about... Firefox is able to open PDF
files, even though I don't see an extension listed for that (so I assume it
is built-in). Any way to make SeaMonkey do the same?

Regards,

Dave McKenna


On Sun, 17 Jul 2016 18:34:25 -0700, Dave Yeo wrote:

>Uploaded
>https://bitbucket.org/dryeo/dry-comm-esr31/downloads/seamonkey-2.35b7.en-US.os2.zip
>Same requirements as FF38.8.0b7. Unluckily Lightning still broken. Drag
>& drop between address books fixed
>Dave




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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Steve Wendt
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On 7/18/2016 1:55 PM, David McKenna wrote:

> Thanks, Dave! One thing I was wondering about... Firefox is able to open PDF
> files, even though I don't see an extension listed for that (so I assume it
> is built-in). Any way to make SeaMonkey do the same?

http://mozilla.github.io/pdf.js/extensions/firefox/pdf.js.xpi


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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

David McKenna
Hi Steve,

On Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:33:57 -0700, Steve Wendt wrote:

>On 7/18/2016 1:55 PM, David McKenna wrote:
>
>> Thanks, Dave! One thing I was wondering about... Firefox is able to open PDF
>> files, even though I don't see an extension listed for that (so I assume it
>> is built-in). Any way to make SeaMonkey do the same?
>
>http://mozilla.github.io/pdf.js/extensions/firefox/pdf.js.xpi

 I tried that, and it tries to install, but I get a message saying it is not
compatible with SeaMonkey 2.35....

Regards,

Dave McKenna



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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Dave Yeo-3
On 07/18/16 06:28 PM, David McKenna wrote:

> Hi Steve,
>
> On Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:33:57 -0700, Steve Wendt wrote:
>
>> On 7/18/2016 1:55 PM, David McKenna wrote:
>>
>>> Thanks, Dave! One thing I was wondering about... Firefox is able to open PDF
>>> files, even though I don't see an extension listed for that (so I assume it
>>> is built-in). Any way to make SeaMonkey do the same?
>>
>> http://mozilla.github.io/pdf.js/extensions/firefox/pdf.js.xpi
>
>   I tried that, and it tries to install, but I get a message saying it is not
> compatible with SeaMonkey 2.35....
>

Seems to work fine here after adjusting the minimum version. Download
the XPI, open it (it's a zip), then open install.rdf. Search for
SeaMonkey, just below, at about line 220 is a line
<em:minVersion>2.40</em:minVersion>
change to 2.35, save, re-zip if needed and after uninstalling any other
pdf.js that you might have installed in add-ons manager, install it by
dragging and dropping it, test.
I note that it is compatible with FF38 so shouldn't be a problem.
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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Steve Wendt
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On 07/17/16 06:34 pm, Dave Yeo wrote:

> https://bitbucket.org/dryeo/dry-comm-esr31/downloads/seamonkey-2.35b7.en-US.os2.zip

Bit of a bust for me.  :(
Refuses to load themes, plugins, and SSL sites.

Error Console shows stuff like this:
1468907822009 addons.xpi WARN addMetadata: Add-on
[hidden email] is invalid: [Exception... "Component returned
failure code: 0x80570015 (NS_ERROR_XPC_CI_RETURNED_FAILURE)
[nsIJSCID.createInstance]"  nsresult: "0x80570015
(NS_ERROR_XPC_CI_RETURNED_FAILURE)"

https pages give an error about the PSM, as someone mentioned in some
earlier thread.

I've got these DLLs, in addition to what was needed previously:

  3-24-16   8:09p    128850         124  nspr4.dll
  3-24-16   8:09p      6443         124  plc4.dll
  3-24-16   8:09p      5039         124  plds4.dll
  4-15-16  10:31a    602720         124  nss3.dll
  4-15-16  10:31a    267323         124  nssckbi.dll
  4-15-16  10:31a     81486         124  nssutil3.dll
  4-15-16  10:31a     81381         124  smime3.dll
  4-15-16  10:31a    159909         124  ssl3.dll


Also, based on what html5test.com says, it looks like it was still
linked against "your" build of libav, as the ones from the rpm repo
don't enable the checkmarks, but yours do.

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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Steve Wendt
On 07/18/16 11:17 pm, Steve Wendt wrote:

> Bit of a bust for me.  :(
> Refuses to load themes, plugins, and SSL sites.

After poking at it a bit, it's at least loading the Modern theme again,
and mostly showing error 0x80570016 instead of 0x80570015 in the error
console.

> I've got these DLLs, in addition to what was needed previously:

I was missing these 3, but their presence don't help with https:

  4-15-16  10:31a    242933         124  freebl3.dll
  4-15-16  10:31a     84285         124  nssdbm3.dll
  4-15-16  10:31a    130352         124  softokn3.dll

Nor do all the *k.dll files from the nss package.

On a side note, the latest pango package is looking for a glib20.dll,
which isn't in the glib package.

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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Rainer Doering
Steve Wendt wrote:

> On 07/18/16 11:17 pm, Steve Wendt wrote:
>
>> Bit of a bust for me. :(
>> Refuses to load themes, plugins, and SSL sites.
>
> After poking at it a bit, it's at least loading the Modern theme again,
> and mostly showing error 0x80570016 instead of 0x80570015 in the error
> console.
>
>> I've got these DLLs, in addition to what was needed previously:
>
> I was missing these 3, but their presence don't help with https:
>
> 4-15-16 10:31a 242933 124 freebl3.dll
> 4-15-16 10:31a 84285 124 nssdbm3.dll
> 4-15-16 10:31a 130352 124 softokn3.dll
>
> Nor do all the *k.dll files from the nss package.
>
> On a side note, the latest pango package is looking for a glib20.dll,
> which isn't in the glib package.
>
glib2-2.33.12-2 is the newest
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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Steve Wendt
On 07/19/16 01:00 am, Rainer Doering wrote:

> glib2-2.33.12-2 is the newest

Silly me, I thought 2.33.12-5 would be newer than that, but since that
is ancient I figured 2.25.15-5 was still the latest.  Very annoying that
the directory listings don't have timestamps.

Thanks for the hint, will test with that.

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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Steve Wendt
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On 07/19/16 01:00 am, Rainer Doering wrote:

>> On a side note, the latest pango package is looking for a glib20.dll,
>> which isn't in the glib package.
>
> glib2-2.33.12-2 is the newest

That plus the latest pango is working fine for me with the May build of
SeaMonkey.  Unfortunately, it doesn't help any with the new build, which
I also discovered trashes my places.sqlite, and gives an error trying to
restore from the automated bookmark backup.  At least that also works
with the May build.

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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Steve Wendt
On 07/19/16 01:28 am, Steve Wendt wrote:

>> glib2-2.33.12-2 is the newest
>
> That plus the latest pango is working fine for me with the May build of
> SeaMonkey.

For anyone interested:
http://os2news.warpstock.org/mozsupport-2016-07-19.zip

2016-07-19 - SW  - Updated bz2, cairo2, intl8, pango100, pthr01, urpo
                    Replaced glib2, gmod2, gobj2 with glib20, gmod20, gobj20
                    Added missing avdevi56, freebl3, nssdbm3, softokn3

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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

David McKenna
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 Thanks, Dave and Steve. it seems to be working now.

Regards,

Dave McKenna

On Mon, 18 Jul 2016 19:25:40 -0700, Dave Yeo wrote:

>On 07/18/16 06:28 PM, David McKenna wrote:
>> Hi Steve,
>>
>> On Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:33:57 -0700, Steve Wendt wrote:
>>
>>> On 7/18/2016 1:55 PM, David McKenna wrote:
>>>
>>>> Thanks, Dave! One thing I was wondering about... Firefox is able to open PDF
>>>> files, even though I don't see an extension listed for that (so I assume it
>>>> is built-in). Any way to make SeaMonkey do the same?
>>>
>>> http://mozilla.github.io/pdf.js/extensions/firefox/pdf.js.xpi
>>
>>   I tried that, and it tries to install, but I get a message saying it is not
>> compatible with SeaMonkey 2.35....
>>
>
>Seems to work fine here after adjusting the minimum version. Download
>the XPI, open it (it's a zip), then open install.rdf. Search for
>SeaMonkey, just below, at about line 220 is a line
><em:minVersion>2.40</em:minVersion>
>change to 2.35, save, re-zip if needed and after uninstalling any other
>pdf.js that you might have installed in add-ons manager, install it by
>dragging and dropping it, test.
>I note that it is compatible with FF38 so shouldn't be a problem.
>Dave




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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Dave Yeo-3
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Steve Wendt wrote:

> On 07/19/16 01:28 am, Steve Wendt wrote:
>
>>> glib2-2.33.12-2 is the newest
>>
>> That plus the latest pango is working fine for me with the May build of
>> SeaMonkey.
>
> For anyone interested:
> http://os2news.warpstock.org/mozsupport-2016-07-19.zip
>
> 2016-07-19 - SW  - Updated bz2, cairo2, intl8, pango100, pthr01, urpo
>                     Replaced glib2, gmod2, gobj2 with glib20, gmod20,
> gobj20
>                     Added missing avdevi56, freebl3, nssdbm3, softokn3

So is the newest working for you now? Should I do a yum update and then
rebuild? I'm pretty sure that the mozilla directory is at the same level
as the latest FF and it should have the same requirements though so much
time has gone by since I built this... Tried 3 times to upload TB38.8.0
before succeeding. I did discover that Palemoon seems to work better
then Chrome for uploading from my tablet.
Dave
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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Steve Wendt
On 7/19/2016 7:47 PM, Dave Yeo wrote:

> So is the newest working for you now?

No, will have to experiment further.  There don't seem to be too many
complaints about PSM, so clearly it's not a common problem, but some
modules just aren't getting loaded correctly.  Perhaps the NSS and/or
NSPR modules have some extra dependency that I have back-leveled.

> Should I do a yum update and then rebuild?

It would be nice for SM to work with the same libav DLLs as FF, at least.

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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Dave Yeo-3
On 07/19/16 08:32 PM, Steve Wendt wrote:
> On 7/19/2016 7:47 PM, Dave Yeo wrote:
>
>> So is the newest working for you now?
>
> No, will have to experiment further.  There don't seem to be too many
> complaints about PSM, so clearly it's not a common problem, but some
> modules just aren't getting loaded correctly.  Perhaps the NSS and/or
> NSPR modules have some extra dependency that I have back-leveled.

Try copying all the missing DLLs from my last build to the new build.

>
>> Should I do a yum update and then rebuild?
>
> It would be nice for SM to work with the same libav DLLs as FF, at least.

It should be working with the same FFmpeg DLLs as FF, unluckily here all
I'm getting is errors about the file is corrupted from SM. I'll have to
restart SM later and do more testing.
Possibly you're missing another dependency? Dmik built the one at
Netlabs but the recent ones here automatically pull in zlib, bzip2, and
xv. SDL is only pulled in by ffplay IIRC, avplay if using the fork.
Dave
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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Steve Wendt
On 07/19/16 09:19 pm, Dave Yeo wrote:

> Try copying all the missing DLLs from my last build to the new build.

Yes, those work just fine.  So I'll have to narrow it down from there.

> the recent ones here automatically pull in zlib, bzip2, and xv.

You mean xz / lzma.dll?  I'll try putting that back and see if that
helps any.

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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Steve Wendt
On 07/19/16 10:14 pm, Steve Wendt wrote:

> You mean xz / lzma.dll?  I'll try putting that back and see if that
> helps any.

Nope, html5test.com still says No for H.264 and AAC, while it says Yes
if I use your DLLs instead.

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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Steve Wendt
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On 07/19/16 10:14 pm, Steve Wendt wrote:

>> Try copying all the missing DLLs from my last build to the new build.
>
> Yes, those work just fine.  So I'll have to narrow it down from there.

The culprits are softokn3.dll and ssl3.dll; now to see if I can
determine why the new ones don't work for me.

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Re: SeaMonkey 2.35b7

Dave Yeo-3
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On 07/19/16 10:21 PM, Steve Wendt wrote:
> On 07/19/16 10:14 pm, Steve Wendt wrote:
>
>> You mean xz / lzma.dll?  I'll try putting that back and see if that
>> helps any.

Yes, it was a recent requirement, perhaps only v3+. IIRC, Mozilla can
use 2.6, 2.7 and 2.8 along with the libav equivalents.

>
> Nope, html5test.com still says No for H.264 and AAC, while it says Yes
> if I use your DLLs instead.

I take it you were closing the browser between tests. I'll double check
here and see about fixing timezones.xpi and packaging the xul.xqs and
upload a r2.
Anyone see any other obvious simple bugs?
Dave
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