Daniel Stone daniel.stone at ubuntu.com
Mon Nov 7 17:19:11 CST 2005

On Mon, Nov 07, 2005 at 05:06:18PM -0600, David Farning wrote:
> It is getting to be time to think about firefox 1.5. I have a very
> aggressive package building successfully in dapper that is based on
> mozilla-firefox_1.4.99+1.5rc1.dfsg.orig.tar.gz from debian
> experimential. Many new features seem to be working correctly and
> speedily. Currently I am using the following configure options.
> [...]
> --enable-xprint \

This is a showstopper; we explicitly do not support Xprint.

> [...]
> --enable-optimize="-pipe -w $(OPTFLAGS)" \


> I have reverted the package name back to mozilla-firefox to stick closer
> to upstream.

Err, no, dude.  The package name was changed because you *cannot*
distribute Firefox called 'Mozilla Firefox' unless it's an official MoFo
build.  Their trademark policy has been argued at length, they aren't
changing it, and this is why the Ubuntu and Debian packaging changed

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