pointer to specific sourcecode

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moonbob69
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pointer to specific sourcecode

Post by moonbob69 » 2021-04-02, 21:39

I've tried to download off-site Linux 32-bit new versions of PM, but haven't got any running.

Instead, I would like to look at the source code of newer versions for the about:conf options to see what are the latest user-agent-overrides etc.

Looking at developer.palemoon.org and repo.palemoon.org does make it easy to find the code text, when one does not want to compile or build anything.

Is there code-text-only directory structure with separate files for parts of your code (not including libraries or standard headers) or is all one file for each version?

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Re: pointer to specific sourcecode

Post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2021-04-02, 21:52

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