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Re: GtkMozEmbed with Firefox not Mozilla

* William Ballard (nospam_40811@alltel.net) wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 02, 2005 at 09:55:42PM -0500, Eric Dorland wrote:
> > And what would the advantage be over using mozilla? The gecko engine
> > is the same, in fact mozilla tends to have a newer gecko engine than
> > firefox. I mean this could be done, but if it doesn't actually confer
> > any advantages why bother? And I can't think of any. 
> Why should I install an email client and web page editor,
> the bloat that is Mozilla, just to get GtkMozEmbed?

Err, the email client and webpage editor are separate packages, so you
don't need them if you're worried about bloat. If you're really
worried about bloat, you should ask the mozilla maintainers to
separate out the needed libraries in a separate package for you.
> "Why" is the exact same reasons as wanting Firefox not Mozilla
> in the first place.

Eric Dorland <eric.dorland@mail.mcgill.ca>
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