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Firefox 3.5 Stable release to be imminent



Mozilla is close to releasing its near-final version of Firefox 3.5. Earlier this month, Mozilla set Friday to be Firefox 3.5 RC1 Test Day. But RC1, the first release candidate designed to be more stable than the earlier Firefox beta versions, wasn’t finished for the occasion.

“Even though RC1 hasn’t been released yet, the test day will still go on with the latest nightlies (nightly builds of Firefox based on the latest source code) which are practically RC1 minus some minor uplifts,” quotes Aakash Desai of Mozilla’s QA (Quality Assurance) team. Mozilla has set up the “Litmus program” to encourage broad testing of its software.

The latest RC (at the time of posting) is RC4. All 3.5 beta versions can be found here.

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2 responses to “Firefox 3.5 Stable release to be imminent”

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  2. John says:

    To quote the above you say “The latest RC (at the time of posting) is RC4” !! You just explained that FF 3.5 is currently at beta 4 and rc1 is to be released soon, so why are you saying its at RC4 stage?