How Different Are the Current Firefox and Pale Moon Rendering Engines?

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Re: How Different Are the Current Firefox and Pale Moon Rendering Engines?

Post by Isengrim » 2019-09-12, 02:52

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A very insightful piece! Just reading that is making me reconsider some of my approaches to development on existing software. Thanks for the new bookmark. :)
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Re: How Different Are the Current Firefox and Pale Moon Rendering Engines?

Post by moonbat » 2019-09-12, 02:55

Isengrim wrote:
2019-09-12, 02:52
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A very insightful piece! Just reading that is making me reconsider some of my approaches to development on existing software. Thanks for the new bookmark. :)
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Joel's blog is great to read, should read the whole thing as and when you get time :D
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Re: How Different Are the Current Firefox and Pale Moon Rendering Engines?

Post by vannilla » 2019-09-12, 07:10

moonbat wrote:
2019-09-12, 02:03
code doesn't rust
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How appropriate! :lol:

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