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[quote=ndebord] [quote="Peter Sauer"] [quote=desga2] Yes it is, other Gecko browser migrated to Webkit engine; Epiphany, Flock, and the next are Camino and K-Meleon. Technically the migration is possible. This announcement changed our future "roadmap": K-Meleon 1.6.x => Seamonkey 2.0.x, Firefox 3.5.x => Gecko 1.9.1.x K-Meleon 1.7 => Firefox 3.6.x => Gecko 1.9.2.x K-Meleon 1.8? => Seamonkey 2.1.x?, Firefox 4.0.x? => Gecko 2.0.x? K-Meleon 2.0? => Based in Webkit engine? All this is a supposition, we don't know if will there are developers needed to migrated the project to Webkit engine. Almost is possible that we have to renamed the project (or created a new project) because K-Meleon is by definition a Gecko embed browser project and not a Webkit embed browser project.[/quote] Is K-Meleon still in development? Is there a K-Meleon build (1.8? 2.0?) with an up-to-date GRE? If not, will there by any?[/quote] No KM 1.8xxx yet and nobody knows if there will be one. KM 1.6 beta 3 is due out any day now and it is said that KM 1.7 ix being worked on and if you like homebrew, then Fred's variation on KM 1.7 is worth a look with the caveat that some things don't work there, but most does.[/quote]
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