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non port: www/firefox/files/patch-bug1278861
SVNWeb

Number of commits found XX: 2

Wed, 2 Nov 2016
[ 01:42 jbeich ] Original commit   Revision:425099
425099 Mk/Uses/gecko.mk
425099 Mk/bsd.gecko.mk
425099 www/firefox-i18n/Makefile
425099 www/firefox-i18n/distinfo
425099 www/firefox/Makefile
425099 www/firefox/distinfo
425099 www/firefox/files/patch-browser-app-nsBrowserApp.cpp
425099 www/firefox/files/patch-bug1021761
425099 www/firefox/files/patch-bug1130155
425099 www/firefox/files/patch-bug1278861

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www/firefox: update to 50.0 (rc1)

More candidates are likely to come before the official announcement (aka
the rush hour) scheduled on 2016-11-15. This one intended to pick up upstream
security fixes earlier while looking for downstream regressions.

Changes:	https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/50.0/releasenotes/
Security:	d1853110-07f4-4645-895b-6fd462ad0589
MFH:		2016Q4 (piling up)
Wed, 12 Oct 2016
[ 20:50 dim ] Original commit   Revision:423893
423893 mail/thunderbird/files/patch-bug1278861
423893 www/firefox-esr/files/patch-bug1278861
423893 www/firefox/files/patch-bug1278861
423893 www/libxul/files/patch-bug1278861
423893 www/seamonkey/files/patch-bug1278861
Add the upstream fix for Mozilla bug 1278861, which prevents clang
assertions on a particular piece of arm inline assembly.  This applies
to:

* mail/thunderbird
* www/firefox
* www/firefox-esr
* www/libxul
* www/seamonkey

Approved by:	jbeich (maintainer)
PR:		203989
MFH:		2016Q4

Number of commits found XX: 2

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