ANN: midori version 0.1.1 released
landronimirc at gmail.com
Sat Dec 6 12:09:28 CET 2008
Midori 0.1.1 a certain improvement from previous builds (UI and
functionality), but I had mixed experience with it. Version <=0.1.0
for some reason (perhaps webkit-gtk upgrade) refused to initialise; on
start-up they failed with:
GLib-ERROR **: The thread system is not yet initialized.
>midori (16728) returned '6'
These versions worked fine with the exported proxy variables, that is
when they initialised (some time ago) I could access the Net through a
proxy server. With version 0.1.1, however, Midori seems unable to get
on-line via the proxy server. It initialises properly, and behaves
quite well when browsing with non-proxy Internet connections, but it
seems unable to pass through a proxy. I am not sure whether it makes
any difference to the current code that I have WebKit built with the
On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 9:29 AM, <christian at twotoasts.de> wrote:
> So the next iteration of Midori is due. We now actually have integration
> of history completion in the location entry, something that many people
> have been waiting for long enough. libSoup is used in place of GIO for
> loading icons, viewing sources, saving files, and for the first time
> icons are actually cached on disk. The side panel gained a compact mode
> to take up considerably less space. Bookmarks in the toolbar finally
> match the menu and the panel at any time, this was a long standing
> annoyance. The Web Inspector as supported by WebKitGtk since a while is
> now supported. The beginning of unit testing has emerged.
> And finally, the ground work for an extension interface has been done,
> extension modules can be written in C at the moment. Bindings to Lua
> and/ or Python are planned for the future. Note that the side panel
> doesn't currently expose the extension management, but the Page holder
> was actually rewritten as one of the example extensions. Be welcome to
> try it out.
> Download this release:
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