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Software News   Software News : NetSurf 3.5 web browser released
   posted by Chris_Y on 15-Apr-2016 0:12:26 (2319 reads)
NetSurf 3.5 is primarily a bugfix release. It contains several fixes and clean-ups to front end code, as well as an improvement to URL parsing. We recommend all users upgrade to NetSurf 3.5.

Download (AmigaOS 4 and other platforms)

I will update the OS3.5+ beta build in the coming days.
    

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Re: NetSurf 3.5 web browser released
Posted on 15-Apr-2016 7:01:06
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Thank you for keeping NetSurf updated. It's a great browser for OS 4 given its speed lower overhead.

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Hypex 
Re: NetSurf 3.5 web browser released
Posted on 15-Apr-2016 18:00:46
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I hope it works on my A4000. I can never get any modern browsers to work and they don't tell me why. Even for my A4000 iBrowse isn't good enough anymore.

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Re: NetSurf 3.5 web browser released
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@Hypex

Is it running OS4 or OS3.5+?

Either should work fine (don't run the OS3.5 build on OS4 though, it won't work properly).
The OS3.5+ build is a bit buggy but generally stable. It's here (but not updated to v3.5 yet): http://aminet.net/comm/www/netsurf_os3.lha


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Re: NetSurf 3.5 web browser released
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@Chris_Y

Thanks for


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duga 
Re: NetSurf 3.5 web browser released
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Thanks, testing on Sam440ep-Flex@733 MHz now.

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Re: NetSurf 3.5 web browser released
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Nice with an update but isn't bugfix releases normally made with the version change of 3.4.x instead of a whole 3.x number?

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Re: NetSurf 3.5 web browser released
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Faster than previous release. Well done!

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Re: NetSurf 3.5 web browser released
Posted on 16-Apr-2016 13:33:48
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@Niolator
Version numbers are arbitrarily assigned by the developers. NetSurf has never had any ".revision"-style numbering, it's always been minor version increments unless it's a major upgrade.

@all
NetSurf 3.5 BETA for AmigaOS 3.5+ is now available here: http://aminet.net/package/comm/www/netsurf_os3

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Re: NetSurf 3.5 web browser released
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I'm still waiting on my Vampire 2, but it's very exiting to think about the potential that FPGA based accelerators and software like Netsurf will offer the classic community.


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Re: NetSurf 3.5 web browser released
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@Chris_Y

It's running OS3.9. Yes I did mean 68K. How the Amiga world has changed. Thanks for your work. I'll give it a test.

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Re: NetSurf 3.5 web browser released
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I have updated my version (SDL) too.
Most important change is new Preferences made with MUI.
I made it with MUIBuilder which is a great tool for noobs.
Other than this ttf and non-ttf fonts are now merged in one binary.

Libs and sources has been updated to newest versions.
I've compiled everything with gcc 3.4 because I read it generates better 68k code and produces smaller exe.

This version works best under emulated environment.

Download from aminet.
Here you will find no fpu version that works with Vampire 2 card.

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