Gnome browser based on Gecko (Mozilla rendering engine).
Galeon is a web browser built around Gecko (Mozilla 's rendering engine)
and Necko (Mozilla's networking engine). It's a GNOME web browser,
designed to take advantage of as many GNOME technologies as makes sense.
Galeon was written to do just one thing - browse the web.
The present copyright holders of this program have given permission, as a
special exception, to link this program with the Mozilla XPCOM library,
libxpcom and to include header files for xpcom components when those header
files are covered by the MPL or NPL licenses, as long as the GNU GPL is
followed for this program in all other ways. If at a future time xpcom
and/or used header files are dual-l
Galeon - gecko-based GNOME web browser README
A web browser is more than an application, it is a way of thinking, it is
a way of seeing the world. Galeon's principles are simplicity and standards
While Mozilla has an excellent rendering engine, its default
XUL-based interface is considered to be overcrowded and bloated. Furthermore,
on slower proces
There are some prefs availble in galeon that are not directly avaible in
the UI, for one reason or another. Thanks to GConf it's easy to set them
from the commandline using gconftool. See the Gconf docs for more info
(gconftool --help may be enough for you). You could get this info also
from the schema file (galeon.schema), but I've put here only the options
that are not avaible from the UI.
- Mozilla 0.9.9 required
- Improved tab context menu
- Favicon speedups/fixes
- Improved cras
***** Galeon Frequently Asked Questions *****
The following questions come up often on IRC and in t
Galeon - gecko-b
2002-03-09 Daniel Erat <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* configure.in: Bump version number to 1.2.0.
Browse inside galeon-1.2.0-7.i386.rpm