A minor version bump

The version bump is long overdue. The last development cycle was
interesting in a way, there was refactoring, experiments that did not
turn out as good as intended, and a number of annoying bugs turned up,
but the #midori crew is pretty good at hunting bugs, and we came back to
a stablish build in the end. Among exciting new features are
customizable toolbar, error pages, the beginnings of user documentation,
overall various interface improvements, history support in the form of a
panel and allowing to hide the menubar.
The future will probably bring integration of history in the location, a
proper toolbar editor and support for importing netscape bookmark. We
will see what else there is going to be.

So [http://goodies.xfce.org/releases/midori/midori-0.1.0.tar.bz2 download midori v0.1.0] already!

8 thoughts on “A minor version bump

  1. Jake

    solved my own problem…installed the following:


    Installed just fine.

  2. JakeT

    I tried to install from source (on Ubuntu Hardy), but got the following error:

    pkg-config cannot find gtk+-2.0 >= 2.6.0

    Am I just doing it wrong (highly likely)? Any suggestions? Thanks for all your hard work!

  3. GullibleJones

    This new release is wonderful, but every once in a while I get a sudden crash when opening a web page. Here’s the debug output from one of the crashes, which occured when I tried to do a Youtube search:


  4. Hairy

    Just wanted to say thanks and midori is awesome, twice the browser epiphany-webkit is imo 🙂 remembering last open tabs is the only thing that other browsers lacked from firefox, but midori has it! onces its stable enough it 100% will be my browser of choice.

  5. kalikiana

    That depends on your distribution, for example for me it works fine. But it won’t work for you if it didn’t before. SSL support is solely WebKit’s business.

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