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Package "firefox"

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Name: firefox

Description:

Safe and easy web browser from Mozilla

Latest version: *DELETED*
Release: precise (12.04)
Level: base
Repository: main

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Other versions of "firefox" in Precise

Repository Area Version
base main 11.0+build1-0ubuntu4
base universe 11.0+build1-0ubuntu4
security universe 52.0.2+build1-0ubuntu0.12.04.1
security main 52.0.2+build1-0ubuntu0.12.04.1
updates universe 52.0.2+build1-0ubuntu0.12.04.1
updates main 52.0.2+build1-0ubuntu0.12.04.1
PPA: Mozilla Team Firefox Next 52.0~b9+build2-0ubuntu0.12.04.2
PPA: Mint upstream 66.0.3+linuxmint1+rosa
PPA: Mint upstream 66.0.3+linuxmint1+rosa
PPA: Mint upstream 66.0.3+linuxmint1+rosa
PPA: Mint upstream 66.0.3+linuxmint1+rosa
PPA: Mint upstream 74.0+linuxmint2+sylvia
PPA: Mint upstream 74.0+linuxmint2+sylvia
PPA: Mint upstream 74.0+linuxmint2+tricia
PPA: Mint upstream 74.0+linuxmint2+sylvia
PPA: Mint upstream 74.0+linuxmint2+sylvia
PPA: Mint upstream 74.0+linuxmint2+tricia

Changelog

Version: *DELETED* 2016-06-29 12:07:57 UTC
No changelog for deleted or moved packages.

Version: 37.0~a2~hg20150223r240881-0ubuntu1~umd1~precise 2015-02-23 12:08:49 UTC

 firefox (37.0~a2~hg20150223r240881-0ubuntu1~umd1~precise) precise; urgency=medium
 .
   * Refresh patches
     - update debian/patches/unity-menubar.patch
   * Drop debian/patches/no_neon_on_arm.patch. This shouldn't beneeded
     anymore, because:
     - since it was added, most code that uses NEON intrinsics and assembly
       code using NEON instructions is disabled if the target is < armv7
     - Code that uses NEON intrinsics, when compiled, is hidden behind a
       runtime check (so doesn't run on systems that don't support those
       instructions).
     - Code in media/libvpx unconditionally compiles code that uses NEON
       intrinsics anyway, even if the target is < armv7 (but the code is
       compiled with -march=armv7-a and is hidden behind a runtime check for
       NEON support)
   * Add Google OAuth ID so contact import for Hello works (LP: #1401402)
   * Add Uzbek language pack

Source diff to previous version
1401402 Ubuntu build of Firefox lacks Google OAuth ID, prevents contact import in Hello

Version: 37.0~a2~hg20150218r240708-0ubuntu1~umd1~precise 2015-02-18 14:08:33 UTC

 firefox (37.0~a2~hg20150218r240708-0ubuntu1~umd1~precise) precise; urgency=medium
 .
   * Refresh patches
     - update debian/patches/unity-menubar.patch
   * Drop debian/patches/no_neon_on_arm.patch. This shouldn't beneeded
     anymore, because:
     - since it was added, most code that uses NEON intrinsics and assembly
       code using NEON instructions is disabled if the target is < armv7
     - Code that uses NEON intrinsics, when compiled, is hidden behind a
       runtime check (so doesn't run on systems that don't support those
       instructions).
     - Code in media/libvpx unconditionally compiles code that uses NEON
       intrinsics anyway, even if the target is < armv7 (but the code is
       compiled with -march=armv7-a and is hidden behind a runtime check for
       NEON support)
   * Add Google OAuth ID so contact import for Hello works (LP: #1401402)
   * Add Uzbek language pack

Source diff to previous version
1401402 Ubuntu build of Firefox lacks Google OAuth ID, prevents contact import in Hello

Version: 37.0~a2~hg20150213r240669-0ubuntu1~umd1~precise 2015-02-13 23:08:12 UTC

 firefox (37.0~a2~hg20150213r240669-0ubuntu1~umd1~precise) precise; urgency=medium
 .
   * Refresh patches
     - update debian/patches/unity-menubar.patch
   * Drop debian/patches/no_neon_on_arm.patch. This shouldn't beneeded
     anymore, because:
     - since it was added, most code that uses NEON intrinsics and assembly
       code using NEON instructions is disabled if the target is < armv7
     - Code that uses NEON intrinsics, when compiled, is hidden behind a
       runtime check (so doesn't run on systems that don't support those
       instructions).
     - Code in media/libvpx unconditionally compiles code that uses NEON
       intrinsics anyway, even if the target is < armv7 (but the code is
       compiled with -march=armv7-a and is hidden behind a runtime check for
       NEON support)
   * Add Google OAuth ID so contact import for Hello works (LP: #1401402)
   * Add Uzbek language pack

Source diff to previous version
1401402 Ubuntu build of Firefox lacks Google OAuth ID, prevents contact import in Hello

Version: 37.0~a2~hg20150126r240345-0ubuntu1~umd1~precise 2015-01-27 16:08:31 UTC

 firefox (37.0~a2~hg20150126r240345-0ubuntu1~umd1~precise) precise; urgency=medium
 .
   * Refresh patches
     - update debian/patches/unity-menubar.patch
   * Drop debian/patches/no_neon_on_arm.patch. This shouldn't beneeded
     anymore, because:
     - since it was added, most code that uses NEON intrinsics and assembly
       code using NEON instructions is disabled if the target is < armv7
     - Code that uses NEON intrinsics, when compiled, is hidden behind a
       runtime check (so doesn't run on systems that don't support those
       instructions).
     - Code in media/libvpx unconditionally compiles code that uses NEON
       intrinsics anyway, even if the target is < armv7 (but the code is
       compiled with -march=armv7-a and is hidden behind a runtime check for
       NEON support)
   * Add Google OAuth ID so contact import for Hello works (LP: #1401402)

1401402 Ubuntu build of Firefox lacks Google OAuth ID, prevents contact import in Hello



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