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Post Posted July 31st, 2013, 5:09 pm

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Running TB 12 with local mail folders and pop3 mail filters may produce summary files that aren't correctly read by previous versions of Thunderbird See: TB 12 Known Issues


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Daily Thunderbird trunk 26.0a1 / Gecko 26.0 Status

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[Aug 05 01:58:19 2013 PDT]#343973 [Thunderbird:Message Compose Window]-Contacts sidebar: Implement [DEL] keyboard shortcut to delete selected and focused contact(s) [All]
[Aug 05 01:58:19 2013 PDT]#786487 [MailNews Core:Backend]-Potential crash while folder compaction [All]
[Aug 05 01:58:19 2013 PDT]#809609 [MailNews Core:Backend]-allow the full range of IPv4 address formats in isLegalIPv4Address(), e.g. those without 3 dots. [All]
[Aug 05 01:58:19 2013 PDT]#845992 [Thunderbird:Folder and Message Lists]-Merge similar code in folderPane.js and folderWidgets.xml for getting recent folders. [All]
[Aug 05 01:58:19 2013 PDT]#892678 [MailNews Core:Build Config]-Port bug 763181 to TB | 23.0b1 fails to package if configured --with-system-nspr/--with-system-nss/--with-system-sqlite [Ope]
[Aug 05 12:32:10 2013 PDT]#221592 [MailNews Core:Networking: POP]-The "bad password" alert should contain also the name of pop account [All]
[Aug 05 12:32:10 2013 PDT]#887242 [Thunderbird:Theme]-Add IDs to more of the XUL elements in messengercompose.xul [All]
[Aug 05 12:32:10 2013 PDT] Added tag AURORA_BASE_20130805

[Aug 06 06:43:23 2013 PDT]#896652 [Thunderbird:Instant Messaging]-Special chars (eg umlauts) in password break xmpp login [Win]

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Post Posted August 2nd, 2013, 7:06 am

The 17.0.8 candidate builds are up (both retail and ESR branches). This should be the last "dot" release on the retail branch before 24.0, unless there are respins for security issues on esr-17. There still should be 17.0.9 and 17.0.10 ESR releases for organizations until they are ready to switch to 24.0.2.

The other branches should merge next Monday, moving 24.0 to beta and making 26.0 the new trunk (meaning, any current trunk bustages may migrate to aurora then as well).

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Post Posted August 3rd, 2013, 9:31 am

Currently I'm using my own TB 23 builds (currently comm-beta). But where does the code for TB 23 go to if 24.0 moves to beta? I don't think it will go to comm-release, because TB 23 will not be released? But where will it move to?

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Post Posted August 3rd, 2013, 9:57 am

It will go to comm-release within the next few days, mostly because SeaMonkey is going to release its version 2.20 from it. It's just that there will never be a final TB 23.0 release tag or build given that 24.0 will be the next release (and it will come from comm-esr24 rather than comm-release).

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Post Posted August 3rd, 2013, 11:41 am

OK, thats good to know. And where will the code be moved to after comm-release?

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Post Posted August 3rd, 2013, 2:39 pm

Nowhere. With the merge from comm-beta, any comm-release specific changesets are superseded by whatever landed on comm-beta. In turn, whatever landed specific to comm-beta is merged into comm-release and then superseded by whatever is merged from comm-aurora. Finally, whatever is merged from comm-central supersedes any changeset that landed specific to comm-aurora after it was merged into comm-beta.

Thus, while comm-release is the end of that line, the branch-specific changesets aren't lost. They are still in the repositories history, thus any prior state can be recovered:
  • Follow the graph to see where the release branches for comm-beta and comm-release went off;
  • or choose a specific tag to jump to any given release build.
This used to be different with the old comm-{1.9.1,1.9.2,2.0,miramar} branches which each had their own dedicated repository, which simply was frozen in its final state once support for that branch ended (and the same applies to the repositories for the ESR branches).

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Post Posted August 4th, 2013, 8:44 am

rsx11m wrote:It will go to comm-release within the next few days, mostly because SeaMonkey is going to release its version 2.20 from it.

The comm-beta/comm-release merge happened last night, note that there is always an "END" tag for the previous cycle. Thus, to get to the last change set covering the (hypothetical) TB 22.0 release, go to RELEASE_22_END (which will be RELEASE_23_END for the 23.0 cycle before 24.0 is merged into comm-release).

As you can see, nothing effectively gets lost, you only have to know how to find it. ;-)

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Post Posted August 9th, 2013, 2:21 pm

Is the space between the lines since Windows Earlybird 25a1 bigger than before? This seems to be the same problem as the bookmarks sidebar in firefox. How can I turn it back?

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Post Posted August 9th, 2013, 2:28 pm

I found it myself:

#folderTree treechildren::-moz-tree-row {
height: 1.6em !important;
min-height: 0 !important;
}
#threadTree treechildren::-moz-tree-row {
height: 1.6em !important;
min-height: 0 !important;
}

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Post Posted August 9th, 2013, 3:20 pm

The current Daily thread is here: viewtopic.php?f=29&t=2736503
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