I can confirm that the "Download Source"
(https://casualgamer.ca/index.php/download/55/) link found at
https://casualgamer.ca/index.php/unofficial-icecat-builds/ is still broken.
On 2018-02-22 12:59, The Canadian Bacon wrote:
Perhaps your cache needs to be cleared because I'm able to access the
files via the page link from my laptop, phone, Desktop and soon I'll
be able to verify from a work PC. I'll let you know what's up if
there's an issue, but as far as I can tell, issue seems to be isolated
to your end.
On Feb 22, 2018 3:19 AM, "Gary" <gdri...@gmail.com
the link is from your icecat page linked from your front page...
On Feb 22, 2018, at 12:05 AM, The Canadian Bacon
<wowzama...@gmail.com <mailto:wowzama...@gmail.com>> wrote:
You're using an old link.
On Feb 22, 2018 12:09 AM, "Gary" <gdri...@gmail.com
I don't think this is true for the macOS build but the
Windows binaries can be cross-compiled under Linux. The only
downside I see to that is that it's not signed nor is there
an installer generated. So it sounds more like this is just a
decision based on time vs GNU philosophy.
Also, to the person that's hosting the unofficial binaries;
it looks like your link to the source is broken:
<https://casualgamer.ca/index.php/download/55/> leads to a
"Download does not exist" page.
On Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 10:21 AM, David Hedlund
<pub...@beloved.name <mailto:pub...@beloved.name>> wrote:
People wonder why Rubén Rodríguez discontinued Windows
and macOS releases for IceCat after version 38.8.0. I
asked him to clarify this on
<https://www.gnu.org/software/gnuzilla/> which he updated
"Note that building binary packages for Windows and
macOS currently requires non-free software, so we no
longer distribute binary releases for those platforms."
Unofficial download links for macOS and Windows are