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Pale Moon / New Moon / Mypal -- GitHub - ProxRocks - May. 19, 2019 03:20 PM

Greetings All,

I haven't been very active here but have been following the Proxomitron Reborn thread - very pleased that Proxo is still alive and well Smile!

I am curious if anyone here has ever compiled software via GitHub?
I've spent several off-and-on weeks trying to figure out "how" but could use some assistance.

My specific project in mind focuses on compiling Pale Moon for WinXP.
There are two primary options to choose from (New Moon and Mypal).
I'm attempting to take the best of both worlds and compile my own non-public version for my own use.

I'd like to target Release 28.2.2 specifically.

Any guidance for a beginner GitHub'er ???

RE: Pale Moon / New Moon / Mypal -- GitHub - JJoe - Jun. 29, 2019 02:51 AM

Did you see Feodor2's 'guide' at


Good Luck Wink

RE: Pale Moon / New Moon / Mypal -- GitHub - ProxRocks - Jul. 04, 2019 02:19 PM

yes i did and it doesn't work

it's clear that English is a second language and the guide was written for several versions ago and hasn't been updated for "decades"

RE: Pale Moon / New Moon / Mypal -- GitHub - Callahan - Oct. 25, 2019 10:16 AM

Hi ProxRocks,

Just noticed your post and question from last May ... today. It says my last login was in April.

I also follow the Proxomitron Reborn thread for any news. As to your question dealing with GitHub help. Sadly I have no knowledge to share about GitHub ... just a suggestion to ask for help at the MSFN forum or the K-Meleon forum.

Several people at both forums seem to have projects going on there. Maybe since your last post you have gotten some help or figured things out.

I know you are aware of roytam1's 'New Moon' XP project at the MSFN forum.