Re: Re: nautilus-2.0 mozilla-1.0

On 06.08.02 11:18:19, Michael Meeks <michael ximian com> wrote:

> > I want to use the mozilla component to be used for html view in nautilus. 
> 	You're out of luck; unless you use some whacky in-progress development
> version. Mozilla uses Gtk+ 1.2, and Nautilus Gtk+ 2.0, which would be
> fine - but for the fact the embedding X and CORBA protocols change
> incompatibly between Gnome 1.0 and 2.0.
So I cannot use Mozilla 1.0 & Nautilus 2.0 working together?  no (stable) way?
I want nautilus to display html pages (not as plain text). Is gtkhtml an alternative
to mozilla? is it stable?  how do i have to compile nautilus & gtkhtml to work

> > what role does libgtkhtml play? as far as i understand is it a
> > component for html display (alternative to mozilla)? i also heard
> > using gtkhtml whith nautilus is faster than the mozilla component; so
> > should i just forget the problem and use libgtkhtml?
> 	There is a CVS module 'nautilus-gtkhtml' you can use, [IIRC] but
> gtkhtml2 is pretty broken - it'd be better to use the port of gtkhtml1
> which is smaller and quicker, but I know not if that works well as a
> browser component.

Why is gtkhtml2 pretty broken? (silly question i know)
I thought gnome2 was a stable release? or should i rather use gnome 1.4?
(i had problems with nautilus & mozilla 1.0 in gnome 1.4, too)
What about the precompiled binary versions of gnome2, e.g. for SuSe or Redhat?
How do they handle the html display in nautilus?

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