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Midori Portable 0.4.4.0 Development Test 1

endlesssummer42d - March 14, 2012 - 2:07am
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Application: Midori
Category: Internet
Description: Midori is a lightweight web browser. It has full integration with GTK+2 with fast rendering using WebKit. Features include private browsing, bookmark management, user scripts and a customisable and extensible interface.

Download Midori Portable 0.4.4.0 Development Test 1 [14MB download / 56MB installed]
(MD5: 9cde680afb8dea8c0b1994ed602f803d)

Release Notes:

Development Test 1 (2012-03-14): Initial release


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Curious

Have you taken over for Pyromaniac's Developmental Release? If so you might want to link to it?

“Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.” Dr. Seuss

My sincere apologies to the

My sincere apologies to the original developer. I had initially searched on the Test Releases web page for a previous development build to no avail - I hadn't realised an attempt at the portable app had already be made.

I can cease development of the app if the original developer so wishes.

Apologies Smiling

@Pyromaniac

This is why Pyro needs to add his apps to the test page. =P

It took hours to get my (homepage) done

And I'm satisfied with my setup.

That development test page is severely outdated and underkept, which is why I decided to break away from that dead routine in the first place.

If we could make that page automated (probably start it from scratch, too), with a form you fill out, and make it easy for everyone (not just devs) to add stuff, I think it would be a lot better.

@endlesssummer42d: I've updated my older topic to link to your newer one.

Agreed.

I've been thinking that for awhile now. It'd be so much more efficient if it automatically updated for new/updated dev tests.