On Fri, May 08, 2015 at 10:38:53PM -0400, Nathan Klein wrote:
> If you want to know why more people don't use your browser, it's
> because you don't offer binary packages, and it's a COMPLETE FUCKING
> PAIN IN THE ASS to compile it. Your "quick start" procedure is shit.
> Why don't you use autotools like everyone else in the universe? Or at
> least create your own sane build system for fuck's sake, not this
> half-assed Makefile shit. I'm beginning to see why the FreeBSD port is
> still at version 3.0. I'm guessing the package maintainer is tired of
> maintaining this clusterfuck.
I'll wire you your full refund as soon as possible.
First of all, we want to thank all of you for your great job on the
netsurf project. We're currently working on building our own Linux
embedded system, and we chose to include netsurf for its capacity to be
launched on the framebuffer.
Everything is working fine so far. However we are facing some weird
behaviour when stuff is displayed in 32bpp mode. After some tests, we
figured out that in linux framebuffer mode, the default pixel format was
BGR (libnsfb/src/surface/linux.c). Is there any particular reason why
this mode has been chosen?
Does modifying this pixel format into RGB could lead to some unexpected
display problems ?