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>>58469437LOLpera was never good
FUCK YEAH PRESTOFREE AS IN FREEDOM BROWSER WHEN
>>58469437Here's a diff file that fixes most common things from russian fellow if anyone care to build.http://paste.fedoraproject.org/526781/32598714use./flower -j 1 -v --without-kde4In root directory than fix dependencies by hand (e.g. it needs curl source code in /src/modules/ and such).
./flower -j 1 -v --without-kde4
>>58469437ids habidding, bump
>>58469875>bump>bring up __my__ postPlease do not pretent to be me thank you.
>>58469437Forking this shit before it disappears
>>58469437That's neat and all, but unless they relicense it you can't use it so it's pretty much worthless except for learning purposes.
>>58470109Wouldn't this be of tremendous importance for Otter browser folks?
>>58470109Can we just fuck DMCA and make another """"closed source"""" browser with every patented particles replaced with free alternatives, then """"leak"""" resulted into github repository and continue developing as if it was FOSS software written from scratch?
Back it up
>made in C++
>>58469437lol who gives a shit about opera
>>58470270Are you retarded? Do you want to get sued?
>>58470310This, rewrite that shit in a decent programming language!
>>58470340Implying that an american court can sue a chink
>>58470340There's pretty much options about how not to be sued for online crimes. Look at pitarebay, kat.cr, wikileaks, whatever.
>>58470310BRAINFUCK BROWSER WHEN
>>58470520Are you mentally retarded or just a fucking idiot?
>22 years>C++This will be updated and used by exactly zero (0) people.
>>58470520>>58470714> this is /g/'s level nowdays
>>58469437Presto was one of the worst HTML renderers ever, what the fuck are you talking about?Choosing Blink was a great move.
>>58470714Are you mentally retarded or just a fucking idiot?
>>58471681Not making old work open source was the bad one.>>58471393Sure, here. https://files.catbox.moe/4hzs77.gzI git cloned it locally almost straight. Should I make a torrent?
>>58470343>>58470310>implying it should be written in some gay new language like rust or D
I have mirrored it on MEGA:https://mega.nz/#!kkYw0RiY!QdpCDvdtMcfzOHNNXZ52sBjZLDMFI68c2BPAihS0TRQ
Anyone find nasty shit yet
Make an Opera great Again!
>>58472765Well, I live in a country where gov't doesn't give a single shit about what I do online, but still, I do not want to share my ip directly to dmca cucks.Wait a minute, i'll connect webseed then upload hash to piratebay.
>>58473251Same archive as github.SHA256:441dd20e7b44407f4aec8295af170302de5c2aedc9e46083ed4c3b1497558ce2
>>58471864>>58472529>>58473251> EXP/MS05-009.PNG.A exploithmm...
>>58473593Well if you're vulnerable to a flaw that was known since 2005, you deserve it.
>>58473633>>58473593Now, I'm not downloading this shit for sure.
>>58473593>browser-master\modules\minpng\tests\x_too-large.png>tests>x_too-large>PNG integer overflow (CVE-2013-2977)take a hint
>OTTER BROWSER MASTER RACE REPORTING IN
The code actually builds, UI is messed up but the browser works, posted this reply from it.
Annnnd it's gone!
>>58474996Good thing I have a copy. Along with everyone else.
>>58475027I don't though, please provide a link
>>58471681Presto was okay, it just didn't have the mainpower to fix all bugs. Most of its bugs came from the fact that many standards were not clearly defined as to how they should behave in certain situations. Like hiding parts of fixed positioned elements by applying overflow hidden to a parent.One of the first things Opera team did after switching to webkit was starting to fix 10+ year old bugs.
>>58475040Are all the mirrors in this thread down?
>>58472529My mirror is still available.
Can it be compiled on Angstrom Linux?
>>58474980I think that there's something that needs changing/adding for the UI to show properly.
>>58474980>>58475165The UI is working now, I installed opera 12.15 and then replaced the binaries with the ones I built. It needed the config and skin files to work.
>>58475323Nice... haven't gotten a computer to try anything yet, though.
Can anyone here work on improving it?
>>58476206Check the Lainchan /tech/ thread. Some rusky has some neat diffs.
>>58476290I don't see the thread you're writing about. Please post the link to it.
>>58469854This. It's so outdated at this point that you'd be better off starting from scratch
>>58476863Also I tried it out with html5test and it's not far behind other browsers also has working html5 video support
>>58476979i had buggy experimental webgl support as wellit was quite good
I still use Opera 12.17 though not as a primary browser.
>>5847743112.18 was just released :)
>>58472376Use an old language like Object Pascal then. I don't care.
>>58470268Otter is doomed from lack of understanding of Performance, just like Firefox is.
>>58469437No fucking way, I knew it was only a matter of time.>mfw most likely nothing will come of this and I'll still be using Opera 12Oh well, still neat
Wtf is/was going on here exactly? Help a fellow newfag /g/
>>58479936One of the most recent versions of the best browser of all time's engine's source code was leaked.
>>58479900Otter & Firefox has nice benchmark performance, but the input & render delay is pretty huge.Its one thing to wait for a webpage to send all the dataIts an entirely different issue that if you change tab, rightclick, open a new tab, or scroll, that the page/icon/UI is delayed.
>Free product>Code leakedDoes it matter ?
>>58480222Very much so. The part that makes it not matter is that it's illegal to use the source code
>all these "it's illegal to use" cucks ITTPeople should not give a shit if source is open.We also have Tor, so.../g/ BROWSER WHEN?
>>58475040>>58475066All mirrors are still up
>>58480481This: seems like the best one>>58473251>>58473369The rest have some added files (tried to build it, VS created its own files too)
>>58473633But I'm still using Windows 2000!
>>58480545You're welcome m8
>>58480590Oh, lol. Thanks btw
>no legal FOSS browser on Presto due to DMCA infridgementfeels bad
>>58480289Considering all programming threads noodle around nothing the answer is indubitably never.
>>58480625Most here use cracked winblows and you care about leaked code? lol
>>58480689It's less about legality and more about skills.
>>58480760Well, but that has nothing to do with DMCA and its legality
>>58469437already downloaded it and installed the CPU directly into it with the soldering iron, but then I had a problem with the resistor and the make command stopped, what can I do
>>58480765Oops, you're right, I thought >>58480689 was a reply to >>58480684.Posted from my Opera browser
Github is for SJW, use Bitbucket: https://bitbucket.org/prestocore-fan/presto
Can it be compiled on Linux?
>Posted over 19h ago>Still not a single news on this outside of 4chanWhy?
>>58481132Publish it to the news then, faggotdon't forget:snitches get stitches
>>58481132It would be funny after they released the neon named gui nightmare.Maybe a deserted guy uploaded it for revenge. Fuckers promised to release the code years ago though, so they deserve some shitstorm after all.
>.cpp>I only know javawell ok
>>58481132Your Google fu is weak, young padawan. Elsewhere this is well debated and a Russian guy has already ported to Linux and is working on Raspberry Pi.
>>58481132le reddit has it: https://www.reddit.com/r/technology/comments/5nseze/ and https://www.reddit.com/r/operabrowser/comments/5nk69m/
>>58469437opera was always shit even b4 it was chromium looking worse than chrome
It would be so wonderful if one day someone leaked full source code of latest build of Windows 10. Just imagine the shitstorm lads...
https://bitbucket.org/prestocore-fan/presto/srcAlternative depo I found
>>58481270Do you want it? I don't know what to do with it, even though I aced the Java class.
>>58481287>even though I aced the Java class.Nice try.
>>58481190Time to learn an actual programming language and let the virtual one aside.
>>58470552Care to explain?
>>58480545This is mine>>58471864I only applied the diff from the third post itt. You can do git revert then zip everything and check sha256. It will be exactly >>58473369
>>58469437>>58472529Get more mirrors at http://pastebin.com/3bAvtQmm (can't post too many links here)THANKS GOD, NOW LOVELY CLASSIC OPERA IS ACTUALLY FREE! BEST DAY SINCE OPERA SOFTWARE HAS DROPPED PRESTO ENGINE DEVELOPMENT!
>>58481329Git wasn't invented 22 yeears ago yet...
>>58470268If they used this code as a basis for anything, they would get sued very very hard
>>58481347Sci-Hub was sued diamond hard, but Sci-Hub still exists.
>>58481377SciHub is Russian. Russians have balls unlike americucks.
>>58480289I'll make the logo.
>>584814735000 hours in Krita
Can it be compiled for non x86 linux? It would probably run well on the raspi
>>58481343Mirrors are great but note these aren't original.See >>58473369
>>58481563Yes. Compiling right now.I'll post patches later if it works.
>>58481190You know almost everything about c++ then
>>58469437Yes, gonna compile this shit.>>58481221That few feedback on leddit.
Does it werk in VS2015?
>>58482077Yes. It builds fine.You will need to install actual Opera 12.15 and place the resource and skin files in the binary location.
>>58482113What perl version should I install?
>>58482184Looking through some of the scripts I'd say 5.6.0
>>58469437Noice. Now to disable the code that adds Google as a the default search engine: prestocore/adjunct/desktop_util/search/search_net.cpp lines 750ff
>>58483661also this is on Gentoo, i might try to make an ebuild
I'm interested in the UI code, I heard that in the late Presto-based versions Opera rewrote the UI using pure XLib instead of sucking other toolkit's dicks.
>>58483700Can you make a snap package out of it?
>>58483740snappy is static linking im pretty sure. the RAM usage would be fucking enormous, this uses like 30 libraries
>>58483797Not that guy but how much ram does it use on bootup?
Well, Hi. I succed building it under GNU/Linux. The exact working command is:./flower -v --without-autoupdatechecker --without-kde4 --without-gstreamer --no-color --without-pluginsThe exact list of dependencies is:libvpx-develyasmgtk+-unix-print-2.0cups-develsqlite-develperl-XML-TwigWorks like a charm, 1000 times more fuster than laggyfox. AMA anything if you stuck.>>58483740No. I prefer appimage. It's better and not relies on packages outside LSB.
./flower -v --without-autoupdatechecker --without-kde4 --without-gstreamer --no-color --without-plugins
>>58483846But anon, snap packages are the future!Stick with new and shiny future shit for this browser
>>58483846>implying LSB is relevant
>>58483846>solarize color schememah ni/g/g/er!
>>58483846>The exact list of dependencies is:No, it's not. Also,>--without-gstreamer --without-pluginsWhy? They both work fine
OkayThis is awesomeNow what further? Will Presto be ever usable?
>>58483873>special snowflake Shuttlewort shit>futureNo fuck off.>>58483885Yes its relevant.>>58483887Is this the new desktop thread?>>58483932>Why? They both work finePlugins flag enables building operapluginwrapper-ia32-linux that is binary. I do not want to link third-party binaries in.
>>58484011>>special snowflakeUbuntu a special snowflake now!?
>>58484011>Yes its relevant.rhel and and sles only distros that follow it. nobody else gives a fuck about lsb. it's a stillborn meme.
>>58484055It's botnet, that's what it is.
>>58484055Long ago. Since they choose mir instead of wayland.
guys they're launching a rocket for ushttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTmbSur4fcs
>>58484061Wonder why using distros that not rhel/sles derivatives is such a pain.
>>58484011>operapluginwrapper-ia32-linux that is binaryLOLWUT
>>58469437 * This file is part of the Opera web browser. It may not be distributed * under any circumstances.well...
* This file is part of the Opera web browser. It may not be distributed * under any circumstances.
>see this thread>github has been DMCA'd>see list of mirrors>click one link, download>laptop crashes>internet diesWAHT
>>58484203Coincidence. Nothing crashes he"(%&
Full dep list for clean ubuntu/xenial:sudo apt-get install python build-essential pkg-config libsqlite3-dev libtinyxml-dev libcurl3-dev libfreetype6-dev libfontconfig1-dev libsm-dev libxext-dev libxrender-dev libgtk2.0-dev libgtk-3-dev libcups2-dev mesa-common-dev yasm zip libgstreamer0.10-dev libgstreamer-plugins-base0.10-dev gdb libxml-twig-perl
>>58483700Looking forward to your ebuild.
Anyone got it compiled for Mac OS X already?
Can someone please try compiling it on Angstrom Linux?
>>58469437Repository unavailable due to DMCA takedown.F
>>58484492I've sene that shit as wellfucking terrorists
>>58484203Yes here we distribute our secret white pride botnet that targetted to takedown niggers pc. Get ready for last smash uban/g/oo.
>>58484492Please tell me someone forked out
>>58484684There should be downloadable links in this thread.
>>58483846This browser actually looks quite nice. After I audit the source I may play with it further.I'd like to see Opera release it officially.
Here's a link to use in Ares Galaxy:arlnk://F5eflEAb1xud7ATU5+9tZX9ksyGq95g2oMySb40IjPd9ZWYjKnFRS593CYb/TtQ3HHKaPDC6HA==
>>58483846I also did:--without-gtk3 --with-gtk2 Because I fucking hate gtk3 and how it works with themes
>>58484928Nah, they'll probably stick with this Neon shit instead, so this was all just a deadborn concept. Pretty sad.
>>58484320working on it rn :3will post new thread if this one gets deleted b4 i finish
>>58483846>yasmIs opera written in assembly?
>>58481615fixes some things with ssl/tls security
>>5848512163% C++, 14% C, 2% python + some perl, assembly and even D.
So did Russian hackers leak this or was it the chinese?
Build it on my Gento with: ./flower -v --without-kde4 --without-gtk3 --without-autoupdatechecker --without-dual-plugin-wrapper
Is OpenOpera the new broser that we can shill for?
Will Russians update it for vp9 and qt5?
>>58485291If we'll manage to make it support newest html/css standard changes and build it with ES6-compatible js interpreter, then yes.
Any signs of botnet?
>tfw might finally get to run Opera on OpenBSD now that the Linux compat layer is gone
Can't wait for the meme browser to come out of this.
I hope evreyone get a copy
it's been taken down,
>>58485498i didn't feelsbadman
>>58485501And there're mirror links throughout the thread
>>58485501t. slowski mcslowpoke
I'll make the logo
https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2017/2017-01-12-Presto.mdOpera Software SAS is mad.Any idea of who leaked this?
>>58485498>>58485501>>58485510>>58485514>>58485515this is what you want: >>58473251also: https://github.com/github/dmca/blob/master/2017/2017-01-12-Presto.md
Has someone already found some kind of botnet code in it?
>>58485553>sell to china>couple of months later shit like this happenscoincidence?
upload to TPBonly website that doesn't give a shit about dmca
Why isn't Opera <15 isn't abandonware yet?
>>58485616Because it's probably the best browser They still release security updates for 12
>>58485647Only for Windows
>>58485647TLS certs should be updated.
>>58485616Opera Mini for mobile is still based on presto
>>58485664Maybe because the exploit only appeared on Windows.>>58485797And maybe it will be forever based on it.
>>58485553>immediatley>tleyWew, it hits them hard.
>I am the [private] of Opera Software AS, who develop and own the Presto browser rendering engine and trademark used in this account.>who develop and own the Presto browser rendering engine>who develop (...) the Presto browser rendering engine
>>58485941Doesn't look like behavior of people who (verbally) was almost ready to opensource presto, but refused because of """difficulty""".
Don't they know about streisand effect There's literally nothing they can do to remove the code now
>>58486003They know only about their own burning ass.
>>58485947Irony.I loved Opera, but now they are nothing just a bunch of cucks. Hopefully the source will be used for something useful too.
Who /illegal browser/ here?
>>58486121now that the entire source leaked and /g/ faggots compiling their browser out of boredom, nobody stall stop them.
Opera 12 was the last good browser
>>58486270Opera 12 is the last good browser.
>>58486270This, let's hope something good comes of the leak
>>58475063thank god they did. too bad the browser is still bad and inconsistently designed garbage.
>>58480070>Its an entirely different issue that if you change tab, rightclick, open a new tab, or scroll, that the page/icon/UI is delayed.This is why Opera Presto was the best. The UI was even faster than Chrome. Nothing could compare to its raw speed.
Neat, was hoping the full presto code would get out, I've had a gimped version from Opera Mobile for a while but never thought it was interesting enough to leak, wonder whether this is newer than the one I had
I detected one virus after downloading the .zip file. False positive, I presume? AV is Avira.
>>58486600You should upload the Opera Mobile source
>>58486608Make sure the sha 256 is 441dd20e7b44407f4aec8295af170302de5c2aedc9e46083ed4c3b1497558ce2
>>58486632I don't know how to sha 256, sorry.
>>58486645Then you shouldn't be downloading anything off the internet.Actually, you don't need to worry about viruses because your PC is most likely full of them.
>>58486661I have an antivirus. And ublock and umatrix. I'm probably okay.
>>58486620If I still knew where it was I might have, but it's lost somewhere on one of my drives, pretty sure it's not fully lost though since I don't really delete anythingI know some of the people I got it from would still have it though, maybe this presto leak will inspire one of them. Too bad I'm not in touch with them anymore otherwise I'd show them this
>>58486673Ah wait, I found out how to SHA 256. Useful function built into the Windows 10 right click menu. Well my SHA 256 is different, so guess I'll shift+delete and try again.
>>58486608If its being detected in a .png, then its a false positive.
Where is my 4chan Browser based on Presto already?
I just want the bugs that are resulting in it crashing fixed.
>>58486704>SHA 256. Useful function built into the Windows 10 right click menu.are u shure it's not 7zip :)
Someone from the non-NATO block host a gitlab instance for us, we need a logo repo stat
>>58486719Just downloaded the other one. They both have the same virus. I'm assuming false positive now. I guess I don't need to keep the file though, it's not as though I'll learn how to develop the browser. Hopefully it's leaked enough that someone will eventually begin development anew.>>58486737Actually you may be right. 7zip is one of the first things I tend to install after installing Windows.
>>58486752This "Virus" is a corrupted (overflow'd I guess) .png, that should be used for test purposes. Nothing bad.
>>58486632Now I'm wondering, I've got two zipfiles, one with this checksum and another with a different one.I was too late to download the one from github, is there any proof for this to be the correct one? What's the difference between the two?
>>58486752It doesn't really concern meMy antivirus quarantined it and I wouldn't even open it with the weedows image viewer
What was changed between 12.15 and 12.16? Is /g/ autistic enough to implement the changes?I would volunteer my RE experience but we haven't even setup an IRC channel yet..
>>58486794differences in compression maybe?
>>58486803Opera 12.16Release notesRelease date: 2013-07-04Opera 12.16 is a recommended upgrade offering security and stability enhancements.Fixes and Stability Enhancements since Opera 12.15SecurityReplaced code signing certificate; see our advisory.
>>58486794The first one doesn't include a patch (it is needed to build browser). The second does.
IRC channel? Could I make one?
>>58486803Oh nevermindhttps://www.opera.com/docs/changelogs/unified/1216/>Replaced code signing certificate; see our advisory.Sounds easy enough>>58486822Yep, there's a 12.17 too but the changelog seems to be gone? I guess it was just another simple thing like 12.16 was
>>58486821also maybe hash every file from each zip to see if there's a real difference
>>5848683712.17 and 12.18 were windows specific junk
>>58486837Nothing important has changed between 12.15 and 18
>>58486837On April 23, 2014, Opera 12.17 was released as a platform-specific security update for Windows to fix the Heartbleed bug in the installer and autoupdater of Opera. The browser itself is not threatened by Heartbleed.On February 16, 2016, Opera 12.18 was released for the Windows platform. It adds support for elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) as well as Galois/Counter Mode (GCM) for encrypted connections to enable Opera 12 to connect to servers that don't allow other encryption modes anymore. In addition a security issue in the mail client was fixed.
>>58486540There is also the small stuff, like it being able to run in the background without hogging performance.Its not a big deal, but its annoying when you try a laptop, and Chrome needs to be minimized to run emulators.The big joke is that Firefox and Chrome is both getting hungrier each year too.
>>58486877Looks like they just update openssl, lol.
>>58486752yeah 7zip comes with right click hashing by default didn't think it was built into windows ... yet
I guwss I could make an IRC channel when I get back from the gym (unless someone else makes one before then).
>>58486877Ah 12.18 sounds like it would be good to implement then, sounds like that would be a change beneficial for all platforms but those lazy fucks only did a Windows update, now we just need someone well-versed in cryptography to lend a hand...Though if we could get a 12.15 binary built which matches with the official 12.15 it probably wouldn't be too hard to RE those changes from 12.18, we'd need to figure out Windows compiles for that though..
I have an error when I try to build it : ~/Downloads/browser-master » ./flower --without-autoupdatechecker --without-kde4 --without-gtk3 --with-gtk2 --without-dual-plugin-wrapper -j1 File "./platforms/flower/main.py", line 126 exec f in flowSpace ^SyntaxError: Missing parentheses in call to 'exec'An idea ?
~/Downloads/browser-master » ./flower --without-autoupdatechecker --without-kde4 --without-gtk3 --with-gtk2 --without-dual-plugin-wrapper -j1 File "./platforms/flower/main.py", line 126 exec f in flowSpace ^SyntaxError: Missing parentheses in call to 'exec'
I cannot get the download link running, when I visit https://www.opera.com/download/guide/?ver=12.18 I see pic related and I when I click the download button it redirects me to the regular stable release download site.12.16 sucked anyway, it complained about old certificates constantly last time I tried to use it. Good memories were had and let's hope it gets revamped by somebody, but eh. If that isn't in the changelog anyway, then 12.18 sucks as well, I guess.
Were there any other source drops under https://github.com/prestocore/ ?
>>58486985What version of python are you using?
>>58486985flover writed on pyton2
>>58486933That'll work.I was thinking of placing the zipfiles on my eepsite or making a torrent. Depending on how legal they're willing to go though, dunno if I should.
>>58486985Make sure you have python 2.x installed.
>>58486986Last Opera version for OS X is 12.16, it can be had here ftp://ftp.opera.com/pub/opera/mac/1216/Opera_12.16-1860.x86_64.dmg
>>58486986Try checking their FTP, or this md5sum fileftp://ftp.opera.com/pub/opera/info/md5sum.txt
>>58469437Chinese botnet browser
>>58487026Actually, I'll do it now since I have some time.
>>584870073.6I tried to change the script with #!/usr/bin/python2.7 but this didn't work
Another warning-fixing patch.
>>58487055Set PYTHON environment variable to `python2`
>>58486877So everyone here just installed a literal botnet.
>>58486794You can find out the difference if you read the fucking thread.
>>58487082where do you infer that from?
>>58487055Ugh...It's flower.py written dumb way. Just runpython2 ./platforms/flower/main.py
>>58487078That worked ! Thanks !Time to fix the build error now
Ok. I have made the IRC channel. It is #openopera on the Freenode IRC network.
Any news on the IRC?
>>58487034>12.15American dumb retard.
>>58487129Actually there no errors, only warnings, that can be fixed by russian guy patch and this >>58487063 one.
>>58487097You're using unaudited code that purports to be nothing but a security hole ridden browser. It's like picking up a Russian ISO of Windows 98 and connecting it to the internet.
>>58487148>freenodeRIP, that's a network for actual open-source software, not warez-source software, they'll shut it down as soon as they see the topicRizon might be better but they'd probably cave once they get a DMCA too
:0: error: file 'modules/media/src/jilmediaelement.cpp' not found*** Build failed: Command exited with return code 1 (/usr/bin/python2 modules/hardcore/scripts/operasetup.py --outroot=build/src --make --timestamp build/src/hardcore.sources --with-linenumbers -DOPERASETUP -D_REENTRANT -DWCHAR_IS_UNICHAR -D_DEBUG -DBROWSER_BUILD_NUMBER_INT=9999 -DSTASHED_DEFINES -DUNIX -DBROWSER_BUILD_NUMBER=\"9999\" -DDEBUG=1 -DFEATURE_SELFTEST=NO -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE -I. -Ibuild/src -I/usr/include/freetype2 -I/usr/include/libpng16 -I/usr/include/harfbuzz -I/usr/include/glib-2.0 -I/usr/lib/glib-2.0/include -I/usr/include/freetype2 -I/usr/include/libpng16 -I/usr/include/harfbuzz -I/usr/include/glib-2.0 -I/usr/lib/glib-2.0/include -I/usr/include/freetype2 -I/usr/include/libpng16 -I/usr/include/harfbuzz -I/usr/include/glib-2.0 -I/usr/lib/glib-2.0/include --only --generate_sources)I have already patched
:0: error: file 'modules/media/src/jilmediaelement.cpp' not found*** Build failed: Command exited with return code 1 (/usr/bin/python2 modules/hardcore/scripts/operasetup.py --outroot=build/src --make --timestamp build/src/hardcore.sources --with-linenumbers -DOPERASETUP -D_REENTRANT -DWCHAR_IS_UNICHAR -D_DEBUG -DBROWSER_BUILD_NUMBER_INT=9999 -DSTASHED_DEFINES -DUNIX -DBROWSER_BUILD_NUMBER=\"9999\" -DDEBUG=1 -DFEATURE_SELFTEST=NO -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE -I. -Ibuild/src -I/usr/include/freetype2 -I/usr/include/libpng16 -I/usr/include/harfbuzz -I/usr/include/glib-2.0 -I/usr/lib/glib-2.0/include -I/usr/include/freetype2 -I/usr/include/libpng16 -I/usr/include/harfbuzz -I/usr/include/glib-2.0 -I/usr/lib/glib-2.0/include -I/usr/include/freetype2 -I/usr/include/libpng16 -I/usr/include/harfbuzz -I/usr/include/glib-2.0 -I/usr/lib/glib-2.0/include --only --generate_sources)
>>58487156No different from proprietary code that can't be audited :^)
>>58487154There also some gtk-3-related warnings (code use deprecated api calls) that isnt fixed yet.
>>58487197This has known exploits.
>>58487153China commie sucker detected
>>58487154:0: error: file 'modules/media/src/jilmediaelement.cpp' not found*** Build failed: Command exited with return code 1 (/usr/bin/python2 modules/hardcore/scripts/operasetup.py --outroot=build/src --make --timestamp build/src/hardcore.sources --with-linenumbers -DOPERASETUP -D_REENTRANT -DWCHAR_IS_UNICHAR -D_DEBUG -DBROWSER_BUILD_NUMBER_INT=9999 -DSTASHED_DEFINES -DUNIX -DBROWSER_BUILD_NUMBER=\"9999\" -DDEBUG=1 -DFEATURE_SELFTEST=NO -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE -I. -Ibuild/src -I/usr/include/freetype2 -I/usr/include/libpng16 -I/usr/include/harfbuzz -I/usr/include/glib-2.0 -I/usr/lib/glib-2.0/include -I/usr/include/freetype2 -I/usr/include/libpng16 -I/usr/include/harfbuzz -I/usr/include/glib-2.0 -I/usr/lib/glib-2.0/include -I/usr/include/freetype2 -I/usr/include/libpng16 -I/usr/include/harfbuzz -I/usr/include/glib-2.0 -I/usr/lib/glib-2.0/include --only --generate_sources)I have already patched
>>58487188>7188 ▶>>>58487148 (You)So, what IRC network should I use then?
Fireshit literally on suicide watch.
>>58487215Just use it with an upgraded version of ssl and it's literally 12.18
>>58487195Why was this deleted?
>>58487237Copy all error text, there no error mesages in your text.
>>58487249>that cpu usagelel
>>58487281It's while page was actively loaded. Currently it's 5% firefox against 4% openopera.
>>58487245I was hoping to suggest one in that post but really I can't think of any, was hoping someone here might know one, freenode is definitely the worst choice though.Only real good option I can think is a self-hosted one, or maybe a network on Tor?
>>58487315Try[locate jilmediaelement.cpp]then make flower to include this pathusing -I flag. If there is no such file, maybe you've downloaded corrupted archive.
>>58487371Fuck. Misspelled code tag.
>>58487245>>58487318https://anonops.com maybe, seems like their only rule is no CP and it can be accessed from clearnet and with Tor, so people won't have to fuck around to joinCan't find anything about DMCA there neither so maybe they won't care about it, who knows though
>>58487318I'm leaving for the gym now. I'll figure something out when I get back.
>>58487371for whatever reason, the file wasn't extracted.I just extracted it and this work.
>>58487318Mind to try out tox groupchats or matrix?
>>58487420Well I've had bad experiences with Tox, it's really simple to find peoples IPs on there, haven't heard of matrix though, whats that?
I'm going to lynch rbt so hard if someone makes a new thread while I'm sleeping and it doesn't get archived
>>58487456Seems like it might have the same problem as Tox with easy to find IPs? Haven't really checked but decentralized things usually have that problem.IMO we should just go with an IRC for now, if we get kicked off we could always go with one of these once we trust each other more
>>58487513It's not decentralized really. "decentralized" means that you can run your own server.Yeah, sure. Let's stick to something really reliable like irc. I just suggested.
>>58487561Ah, well that's better then I guess, just have to be sure whoever hosts it isn't working against us.>Let's stick to something really reliable like irc.It's really the best option for the beginning of projects like this, people can easily join us and stay anonymous too (don't even need a client), and once we know who the real active people are we could move to a more reliable chat, maybe even at that point someone we trust would be willing to host a matrix server
>>58486270>>58486305>>58486325>>58486334How delusional can you be?
>>58487955You tell me
>>58487955Please do go on
Who use Opera in 2017?Hypsters only, because although is not the best, this web browser is "cool"...
>>58488060Low input delayLow render delayBoth of these apply to mouse gestures and tab scrolling, which other browsers lack(or is a lag/delay fest)Otter Browser, a clone, still has fucked up input delay. The same is true for Chrome and Firefox, and Vivaldi.
>>58488060People who want to use the best browser.
>>58488089Also below the radar for the vast majority of malware authors.
>>58488089Just tell me how to update certifications.
>>58488150Hidden secrets of proprietary softwares. As i see they used or recommended emacs too.
>>58488060if you don't know why people say opera was the best browser, you should shut the fuck upit had some really awesome features that chrome/firefox STILL don't have (after copying a lot of them), it could run just fine on low mem systems, it was fast...
Any news on the new IRC channel?Also bump with some links, unsure if these are pre-patched or original:https://aww.moe/z0egik.ziphttps://files.catbox.moe/4hzs77.gz
>>58489102Also for any newfags to the thread, the AV hit is a false positive on one of the corrupted test PNGs, not a botnet
>>58483846What versions of those are you using?
I cannot connect to Anonops with any IRC client. The WebChat works fine though.
>>58489240Hmm that's strange, might not be the best choice then if we can't use proper clientsThe site mentions that they refuse non-SSL connections, did you try the tutorials they have for connecting?https://anonops.com/xchat.html for X/Hexchat
>>58489290Also just tested with Hexchat and it worked for me with these settingsI'll probably use webchat over tor though cuz I'm a paranoid faggot
>>58489240>>58489290>>58489329Which channel lads?
>>58489290I have set up an IRC channel on AnonNet instead. Its #openopera on irc.anonnet.org.
>>58489365The port for the server I mentioned is 6697.
>>58489387And its required to be a secure connection to that port.
>>58489485How many people are there?
Most important thing to check i guess isare there any jokes comments in the code
>>58489537Yeah, that would be nice to see.
>>58489663Ah nvm I'm retardedCome joinhttp://site.anonnet.org/webirc/ #openopera
>>58489679Bump, come watch some autists figure out how to fix opera
>>58489948We're passed bump limit, new thread when
>>58489960You could just make one... Or I'll make one for you. Brb.
any word on a win build?
>>58489967Yeah was just about to, but feel freeMake sure to include presto/opera in the comment though, I couldn't find this one by searching opera cuz it was in the subjectAlso maybe link to the irc webchat in the OP too
>>58489981Some people mentioned getting it compiling with VS2015 earlier in the thread, not really sure how they did it thoughThere's a vs2010 solution in platforms/windows/, maybe that converts and builds fine
>>58490039>>58490018Forgot the extra >
Better made new thread. >>58490053