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Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2023-11-28, 17:09
by Potkeny
Thank you for the new release, others might run into this too, so.. Windefender going strong:
windefender_palemoon.PNG
A "Wacatac" alert was seen for Basilisk in the past too, I guess we'll see it again in the future..

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2023-12-23, 13:58
by Nuck-TH
32.5.2 has been released.

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-01-30, 14:48
by Nuck-TH
v33 was released together with mainline.

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-03-11, 11:23
by Nuck-TH
I plan to build next Linux release with -march=x86_64-v3 instead of just -mavx2, as latter implies less settings.
So here is question: how should i approach AVX build?

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-03-11, 14:00
by Moonchild
I think for avx you should use -march=x86-64-v2 -mavx -- at least until the time we move to avx for mainline (probably somewhere in summer, rough ballpark)
Also, note the dash, not underscore, in the command-line parameter.

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-03-27, 15:43
by Nuck-TH
33.0.2 builds are up, no changes in linux build due to old gcc not supporting that march setting.

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Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-03-27, 18:49
by suzyne
@Nuck-TH

Thank you, I greatly appreciate how you keep making these!

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-04-02, 02:40
by marigold
Any chance for a macOS build? Perhaps you could work with dbsoft on it?

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-04-02, 10:58
by Nuck-TH
marigold wrote:
2024-04-02, 02:40
Any chance for a macOS build? Perhaps you could work with dbsoft on it?
I haven't any interactions with apple products whatsoever, so not from me. Idk how i can help, as from previous statement i'm not familiar with compiler options as well.

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-04-05, 15:47
by marigold
Where can I find your source code and build instructions? Perhaps I can give it a try.

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-04-06, 05:30
by Nuck-TH
Ask dbsoft, not me...
Again, i have zero relation to apple stuff and different compiler is used there, so compiler settings i use won't help. Source is not modified.

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-04-18, 12:35
by back2themoon
I've mentioned a few crashes using the first available builds, in the recent AVX thread. Didn't have the time to report back then.

After using the current, 33.0.2 AVX2 version on the same laptop for a couple of weeks, there have been no crashes. It feels a bit snappier too - no placebo.

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-04-18, 22:36
by suzyne
back2themoon wrote:
2024-04-18, 12:35
It feels a bit snappier too - no placebo.
Awesome.

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-04-21, 01:43
by frostknight
R3n_001 wrote:
2022-04-14, 14:44
Just ship a flatpak.
I agree with Nuck, flatpak isn't great.


Although, I hear less crap about flatpak then snap packages. So... yeah.

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-04-21, 01:46
by frostknight
Potkeny wrote:
2023-11-28, 17:09
windefender_palemoon.PNG
Facepalm.jpeg

Seriously this is why I dislike proprietary software, biases like this are crap. Although some open source softwares do the same, albeit less.

Palemoon is not malware despite the big greedy data collectors wanting it to seem so, including the current mozilla.

Re: Pale Moon x86-64 AVX/AVX2

Posted: 2024-04-21, 08:57
by Moonchild
frostknight wrote:
2024-04-21, 01:46
Seriously this is why I dislike proprietary software
This has nothing to do with proprietary software. It's just a false positive that has everything to do with the way virusscanners work (and can be super sensitive to complex, optimized software, especially if new and not code-signed)