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authorMichael Drake <tlsa@netsurf-browser.org>2015-08-12 10:21:17 (GMT)
committer Michael Drake <tlsa@netsurf-browser.org>2015-08-12 10:21:17 (GMT)
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<h1>News</h1>
<dl class="news">
+<dt><a href="http://ci.netsurf-browser.org/">Development builds now using Duktape</a> <span>12 Aug 2015</span></dt>
+<dd>We have replaced the old version of SpiderMonkey that we used to use as our JavaScript engine with <a href="http://duktape.org/">Duktape</a>, a lightweight engine which is more in keeping with NetSurf's goals. While we're testing our new JavaScript implementation we are forcing it on all the time in development builds. We'll return the &quot;JavaScript Enabled&quot; option to being choices-controlled when we're happy we're back to feature/stability parity.</dd>
<dt><a href="http://vincentsanders.blogspot.co.uk/2015/07/netsurf-developers-and-order-of-phoenix.html">Developer weekend</a> <span>27 Jul 2015</span></dt>
<dd>NetSurf's core developers met up at <a href="http://www.codethink.co.uk/">Codethink</a>'s office in Manchester to make some progress on a couple of the big areas we've been planning for some time. We made a start at changing to use <a href="http://duktape.org/">Duktape</a> as the JavaScript engine, and started outlining the shape of our <a href="http://source.netsurf-browser.org/libnslayout.git/">new layout engine</a>. For more details, see Vince's <a href="http://vincentsanders.blogspot.co.uk/2015/07/netsurf-developers-and-order-of-phoenix.html">write-up</a>.</dd>
<dt><a href="/downloads/">NetSurf 3.3 released</a> <span>15 Mar 2015</span></dt>
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<h2 id="news">Latest news</h2>
<dl class="frontnews">
+<dt><a href="http://ci.netsurf-browser.org/">Development builds now using Duktape</a> <span>12 Aug 2015</span></dt>
+<dd>We have replaced the old version of SpiderMonkey that we used to use as our JavaScript engine with <a href="http://duktape.org/">Duktape</a>, a lightweight engine which is more in keeping with NetSurf's goals. While we're testing our new JavaScript implementation we are forcing it on all the time in development builds. We'll return the &quot;JavaScript Enabled&quot; option to being choices-controlled when we're happy we're back to feature/stability parity.</dd>
<dt><a href="http://vincentsanders.blogspot.co.uk/2015/07/netsurf-developers-and-order-of-phoenix.html">Developer weekend</a> <span>27 Jul 2015</span></dt>
<dd>NetSurf's core developers met up at <a href="http://www.codethink.co.uk/">Codethink</a>'s office in Manchester to make some progress on a couple of the big areas we've been planning for some time. We made a start at changing to use <a href="http://duktape.org/">Duktape</a> as the JavaScript engine, and started outlining the shape of our <a href="http://source.netsurf-browser.org/libnslayout.git/">new layout engine</a>. For more details, see Vince's <a href="http://vincentsanders.blogspot.co.uk/2015/07/netsurf-developers-and-order-of-phoenix.html">write-up</a>.</dd>
<dt><a href="/downloads/">NetSurf 3.3 released</a> <span>15 Mar 2015</span></dt>
<dd>NetSurf 3.3 is primarily a bug-fix release. Several of the front ends have received quite a bit of attention, with new features and improvements; notably the AmigaOS front ends has gained the beginnings of support for AmigaOS 3. We recommend all users upgrade.</dd>
-<dt><a href="http://vincentsanders.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/netsurf-developer-workshop-iv.html">Developer weekend</a> <span>17 Nov 2014</span></dt>
-<dd>The core NetSurf developers gathered in Manchester, UK to discuss the future direction of the project, and to make some progress in key areas. Vince has <a href="http://vincentsanders.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/netsurf-developer-workshop-iv.html">written up an account</a> of the event, and a <a href="http://wiki.netsurf-browser.org/Developer_Weekend_%28Nov_2014%29#Discussions">record of our discussions</a> has been posted on the wiki. Many thanks to <a href="http://www.codethink.co.uk/">Codethink</a> for hosting our developer weekend.</dd>
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