A lot of features and bug fixes have happened since the 3.8 release so
I am considering producing a 3.9 soon.
The merging of the work to add css media queries has resulted in much
improved rendering on many web sites including making our handling of
CSS length  calculations much more sensible especially useful on
higher DPI displays.
The completion of the monkey test frontend harness and associated
infrastructure has resulted in numerous issues being discovered and
Additional testing also means our handling of some core things like
HTTP headers and basic web authentication has improved and should not
regress in future.
There have also been a great number of resource leaks fixed improving
the browsers overall memory usage.
I had intended to release before now but testing kept revealing
issues, however I now believe that we are ready for a 3.9 release
candidate on Sunday June 16th with the actual release on Saturday June
22nd unless critical bugs are discovered.
If anyone has a reasonable objection to this please let me know as
soon as possible and I will reconsider.
I can report that the Atari CI builds are working nicely again.
A big thanks to the guys on atari-forum.org and all the Netsurf
developers and contributors.
> Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2019 21:38:06 +0000 (GMT)
> From: Peter Slegg <pslegg(a)scubadivers.co.uk>
> Subject: Atari CI builds
> To: <netsurf-users(a)netsurf-browser.org>
> Message-ID: <0018c12b.03001490303e(a)smtp.freeola.net>
> Are the Atari CI builds still working ?
> The last one was 19th Feb.
Looking at the Inventory for a full save reveals what appears to be an
unlinked entry that takes the form x-ns-css instead of a URL, e.g.
Is this a debugging thing? It seems to create a stylesheet that isn't
actually used when reloading the saved page.
Harriet Bazley == Loyaulte me lie ==
No man has a right to live - but every man has a duty to save him if he can
Does the shortcut version of the "font" property in CSS work properly in
This CSS gives me the display I want:
This single CSS expression is supposed to be equivalent, but Netsurf
font: serif italic bold 24pt;
Or am I failing to understand the spec?
Using #4682 and many previous builds.
Jim Nagel www.archivemag.co.uk