On 08/05/11 00:38, Bob Tracy wrote:
On Sat, May 07, 2011 at 09:12:36AM +1200, Michael Cree wrote:
On 07/05/11 07:11, Bob Tracy wrote:
Just a quick note to let interested parties know I'm working on a 4.0.1
firefox build for alpha.
Cool! Are you working only on upstream firefox or also on iceweasel in
Just on the upstream...
I won't have to time to do much with this for a few days :-(. I suspect
a workaround would be to disable JIT. Also suspect that's not the
preferred way to go :-). For what it's worth, the missing feature seems
to reside entirely within "ExecutableAllocator.h", which is of a size
that does not intimidate.
JIT -- "Just in time" compiler I presume. That would be a major
undertaking to get going if it means implementing an Alpha assembler
backend to the compiler.
Do you do your build on the PWS433? A bit slow, eh?
You said it :-). firefox-3.6.X builds have typically taken a bit over
six hours to complete.
We should investigate getting access to the porter box.
Could you send through your updated patch for
xpcom/glue/nsThreadUtils.[cpp,h] that was required on the 3.6. series?