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Gnuzilla

Gnuzilla
Developer(s) GNU Project
Stable release 31.6 (April 3, 2015 (2015-04-03))
Operating system GNU, Linux
Available in English
Type Internet suite
License MPL
Website /gnuzilla/software.org.gnuwww

GNUzilla is the GNU version (a free software rebranding) of the Mozilla Application Suite (whose active successor is SeaMonkey).

Mozilla produces free and open-source software, but the binaries include trademarked artwork. Some Mozilla add-ons or plugins are also non-free software.

Contents

  • GNU IceCat 1
  • History 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

GNU IceCat

GNUzilla encompasses GNU IceCat, the GNU version of Mozilla's Firefox web browser. All releases are posted in the same FTP folder.

GNU IceCat is actively updated. GNU IceCat releases follow the LTS releases of Firefox, using the same version numbers (currently 31.5.0, on March 9, 2015).

The full GNUzilla is not actively updated. The last release of full GNUzilla was 24.0, on October 16, 2013. "The current focus is on GNU IceCat, our browser derived from Mozilla Firefox."

History

Version Version Firefox & Gecko Release date Major changes
2.0.0.11-g1 2.0.0.11
2.0.0.12-g1 2.0.0.12
3-g1 3.0 July 2008 Differences from Firefox: to neutralize the functions of spyware sites, made into a separate extension.
3.0.1-g1 3.0.1 27 July 2008 Support function X-geometry[1]
3.0.2-g1 3.0.2 25 September 2008[2]
3.0.3-g1 3.0.3 29 September 2008[3]
3.0.4-g1 3.0.4 6 December 2008[4]
3.0.5-g1 3.0.5 31 December 2008[5]
3.0.6-g1 3.0.6 6 February 2009[6]
3.0.10-g1 3.0.10 1 May 2009[7]
3.0.11-g1 3.0.11 13 June 2009[8]
3.5 3.5 12 July 2009[9]
3.5.5 3.5.5 8 November 2009[10]
3.6.16 3.6.16 24 March 2011[11]
4.0 4.0 11 April 2011[12]
4.0.1 4.0.1 7 May 2011[13]
5.0 5.0 27 June 2011[14]
5.0.1 5.0.1 5 August 2011[15]
6.0 6.0 18 August 2011[16]
6.0.1 6.0.1 1 September 2011[17]
6.0.2 6.0.2 9 September 2011[18]
7.0 7.0 2 October 2011[19]
7.0.1 7.0.1 9 October 2011[20]
9.0.1 9.0.1 28 December 2011[21]
10.0 10.0 11 February 2012[22]
13.0.1 13.0.1 12 July 2012[23]
14.0 14.0 21 August 2012[24]
17.0.1 17.0.1 1 December 2012[25]
24.0 24.0 16 October 2013[26]

See also

References

  1. ^ Giuseppe Scrivano. (27 July 2008). "GNU IceCat 3.0.1-g1". Archived from the original on 2012-03-02. Retrieved 28 July 2008. 
  2. ^ Giuseppe Scrivano. (25 September 2008). "GNU IceCat-3.0.2-g1 released". Archived from the original on 2012-03-02. Retrieved 26 September 2008. 
  3. ^ Index of /gnu/gnuzilla/3.0.3-g1
  4. ^ Index of /gnu/gnuzilla/3.0.4-g1
  5. ^ Index of /gnu/gnuzilla/3.0.5-g1
  6. ^ Index of /gnu/gnuzilla/3.0.6-g1
  7. ^ Index of /gnu/gnuzilla/3.0.10-g1
  8. ^ Index of /gnu/gnuzilla/3.0.11-g1
  9. ^ Index of /gnu/gnuzilla/3.5
  10. ^ http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/gnuzilla/3.5.5/ (ссылка проверена 8 декабря 2009)
  11. ^ GNU IceCat 3.6.16 released.
  12. ^ GNU IceCat 4.0 released
  13. ^ GNU IceCat 4.0.1 released
  14. ^ GNU IceCat 5.0 released
  15. ^ GNU IceCat 5.0.1 released
  16. ^ GNU IceCat 6.0 released
  17. ^ GNU IceCat 6.0.1 released
  18. ^ GNU IceCat 6.0.2 released
  19. ^ GNU IceCat 7.0 released
  20. ^ GNU IceCat 7.0.1 released
  21. ^ GNU IceCat 9.0.1 released
  22. ^ GNU IceCat 10.0 released
  23. ^ GNU IceCat 13.0.1 released
  24. ^ GNU IceCat 14.0 released
  25. ^ GNU IceCat 17.0.1 released
  26. ^ Loic J. Duros (16 October 2013). "GNU IceCat 24.0 released!". Bug-gnuzilla (Mailing list). Retrieved 24 February 2014. 

External links

  • GNUzilla and IceCat
  • GNUzilla Project group page
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