On Sun, Apr 10, 2011 at 5:49 PM, Vincent Cheng <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Oops, don't know why I broke off mid-sentence like that. My point was that
> porting 0 A.D. to work with newer versions of Spidermonkey seems to be a lot
> of work for very little gain and lots of opportunities for potential
> breakage. Philip addressed this already in an earlier message .
> However, the Debian Mozilla team doesn't seem to be very enthusiastic about
> supporting an older version of Spidermonkey in the long run. What would be
> the best course of action now? I don't want to pressure upstream to port 0
> A.D. to a newer Spidermonkey version if they have no desire to do so (and I
> have no clue how to port software), I can't pressure the Debian Mozilla team
> to maintain an older Spidermonkey version for a single piece of software
> (and I'm sure that they have a lot of other work to do), and from the
> replies I've seen so far, it seems that embedding Spidermonkey code in 0
> A.D.'s source is a no-no, or at least strongly discouraged.