On Jan 1, 2008 4:19 AM, Tim Clewlow <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> --- Szilveszter Adam <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > On Mon, Dec 31, 2007 at 05:13:30PM -0800, John Kozubik wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > > "... I will pay $200 to whoever can compose a working and stable
> > > for running Adobe Flash 9 inside of the FreeBSD native version of
> Opera 9
> > > on FreeBSD 6.x. This shouldn't be that hard - in fact, there is
> already a
> > > linux-flashplugin9 port.
> > Well, perhaps it should be noted that even though a port exists for
> > Flash 9, it does not really work even with the linux-firefox port, the
> > browser locks up from time to time with it even on sites that work
> > OK with Flash 7 + native or linux-firefox. So there may be some more
> > work to do than just the Opera part.
> > --
> > Regards:
> > Szilveszter ADAM
> > Budapest
> > Hungary
> Just one more idea - how about we do it ourselves. I'm guessing there are
> number of people who want to have native flash 9 working in the netscape
> of browsers, in particular firefox. Maybe the maintainer(s) who put
> flash 7 can let us know what needs to be done, and we could help each
> with creating the code together. It could be an opportunity for new people
> learn how to code for FreeBSD, I suspect there are many out there who want
> contribute, but are not that sure how (the ports system alone can be
> intimidating at first glance). So how about we get together and show each
> Just a thought, Tim.
> Well I can ell you the issue is that nspluginwrapper is broken with
> flash9, it's due to libgobject that makes it crash and the flash9 in ports
> by default is broken right now due to adobe changing the .tar.gz for flash9
> I did update the port on my end. But have not diff my port so I could send a
> pr for it.
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