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I just found out about Firefox 3.0 on http://googlesystem.blogspot.com, and was wondering how to make it portable.
Download from http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/nightly/latest-trunk/
Install it locally and then copy it in. Method 1 of Localization:
It isn't really worth it, though. It's just a branch split of the FF 2.0 code at this point. Nothing really new.
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I still don't get why they're working on 3.0 already when 2.0 isn't even completed yet. If you have a 2.0 branch and 3.0 branch based on an incomplete 2.0, then any features added to 2.0 before release won't get into 3.0. Kinda stupid if you ask me...
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Actually, 3.0 is still on the trunk. 2.0 is a branch split from the trunk.
That gives a better explanation about how the thing is working. It has a good diagram too. So it all makes sense...
So let me get this straight... any code committed to any branch automatically gets committed to the trunk as well? I suppose that makes more sense, then. As long as 3.0 stays on the trunk until 2.0 is released, everything should be fine.
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The reason I asked is because I don't want to install it, so if you can do it, thanks.
Also, ver. 3 uses less memory, according to that page.
I tried extracting the files out of the installer but ended up with a strange file structure.