- Dec 18, 2009
I am using a fork of Firefox called "Light" because Pale Moon is damn out of dated but IDK if there's a big difference between Firefox, Light and Pale Moon (have no time to make performance tests).
I started using OneTab. Nice principle.Firefox incorporated something that if a tab is not active, it is not using CPU, did that cross over to palemoon?
As far as tabs go... I've got a lot open and the RAM usage is around 1Gb in both Debian and Win10... (which I both suspend, and seldom reboot)
But the NetSurf version on the pandora already include DuckTape ???Hi all !
@FBnil : looks like Duktape support is being added to NetSurf
Cheers, Magic Sam
Outdated in what way? I'm using Pale Moon as a secondary browser and it works fine for me. There was some good progress recently so if you're referring to things like videos on Twitter or accessing all resolutions on Youtube (Dash support), that stuff works now.I am using a fork of Firefox called "Light" because Pale Moon is damn out of dated but IDK if there's a big difference between Firefox, Light and Pale Moon (have no time to make performance tests).
I don't know, I'm just glad work on JS is under way, and that NetSurf picked up Duktape for the job, as it looks like an interesting project.But the NetSurf version on the pandora already include DuckTape ???
#!/bin/bash cd ~/home/temp wget http://alterslash.org if [ $? -gt 0 ];then echo "error downloading" exit 1 fi cd - rm ~/home/temp/index.html F=`ls -tr ~/home/temp/index.html*|tail -1` ln -s "$F" ~/home/temp/index.html links -g ~/home/temp/index.html
I will do Browser testing on the Pyra, but not yet, I'm not ready. And I have also to setup a cross-compile environment to build PaleMoon on the Pyra.Pale Moon would be nice, but I didn't think they targeted ARM any more. If @ptitSeb maintains it for Pyra then I'd use that. Right now it's unusably slow on my original Pandora, even when overclocked. Basically every browser is utter crap.
Firefox would have to be the default and well-supported (updated) browser, I think.. as was said earlier, a browser is by far the most critical application. Having one which is well known is very important.