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Dec 7th 2010 11:13PM annnd Chromium also hit version X lol
Dec 3rd 2010 9:49PM AVG = A Virus Generator
Nov 16th 2010 2:51PM There's an even quicker way that those two!Download the e-book off the library website with your iPad!!
Nov 7th 2010 10:35PM From what I known about the two browsers.Canary, or Chrome SxS, is basically an offshoot of Chrome's 3 regular builds that are official release, beta, and dev.Canary runs seperately from the other three chrome builds. Basically you can install it side by side and run it seperately, just as if running firefox and chrome at the same time.Though Canary is kinda like a bleeding edge browser for chrome. somewhat like a suicide browser to see if a new feature works. see here for more information: http://www.downloadsquad.com/2010/07/23/google-chrome-canary-run-two-channels-at-once/Now Chromium is the open source version of chrome. It is also a "bleeding edge" browser for chrome and tends to be quite unstable on some builds. You can think of Canary as the closed-source bleeding edge browser and Chromium as the open-source bleeding edge browser. I believe, but not certain, that Chromium runs standalone just like canary does in respect to the Google Chrome. I don't know how often canary updates but chromium updates atleast 1 times per hour. Open-source people just contribute small code changes or additional features to the overall source and the source compiles and releases. basically that's how it works. You can see each Chromium update and update notes here: http://build.chromium.org/p/chromium/consoleHope that answers your question :P
Nov 7th 2010 4:56PM kk good to know ^^. I'm guessing that at the time of lee's post Chromium was in the process of updating to a new version. Just my guess but this happened before (Was monitoring chromium waterfall while using canary. canary was a higher build but chromium was trying to update to something new. had like 12 failed xp builds in a row. when a stable build finally got released, it was higher version number than canary)
Nov 7th 2010 3:35PM You might want to update this post since chromium builds are ahead now once again at the date of this post.Here's the current chromium version as of this post: http://imgur.com/Hvvge.pngAnd here's the current canary version as of this post:http://imgur.com/nW1Qd.pngAnd if you're curious, the chromium version has the same new "flags" as canary
Oct 22nd 2010 1:48PM I dunno. I usually use canary or always updated Chromium haha
Sep 11th 2010 6:50PM Yep you're right Bradley. Though the "preview" works fine in canary and chromium, when clicking on a search result it crashes browser unlike dev build that actually works. wierd....
Sep 11th 2010 3:59PM --enable-match-preview works for chromium also
Aug 17th 2010 10:18PM Are you sure? I have to use --enable-nacl flag otherwise it won't work
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