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This package has been created by Fabien Tassin <fta@sofaraway.org>.

It is *not* a debian package.

It is composed of just a Makefile and a pile of patches.
Those patches are targetting mozilla/client.mk and add targets to
fetch respectively nss, nspr and xulbrowser (browser build with libxul
from xulrunner package).

Depends on cvs, wget and quilt.

To use:

   $ make            (display usage)

	Usage:
	   make client                Fetch and patch mozilla client
	   make firefox-orig          Create firefox-3.0 sources tarball
	   make xulrunner-orig        Create xulrunner-1.9 sources tarball
	   make thunderbird-orig      Create thunderbird-3.0 sources tarball
	   make seamonkey-orig        Create seamonkey-2.0 sources tarball
	   make nss-orig              Create nss sources tarball
  	   make nspr-orig             Create nspr sources tarball

  You can also recreate a tarball from a specific timestamp by specifying
  DEBIAN_DATE in the form YYYYMMDDtHHMM

  Ex: make DEBIAN_DATE=20070911t1711 nspr-orig

  You can fetch a specific branch by specifying DEBIAN_BRANCH.

   Ex: make DEBIAN_BRANCH=MOZILLA_1_9a8_MINIBRANCH firefox-orig

  It is also possible to use both DEBIAN_DATE and DEBIAN_BRANCH to fetch
  the content of a branch at a particular date

  Alternatively, you can fetch a specific CO tag using DEBIAN_TAG.
  See 'make status' for a list of available tags.

   Ex: make DEBIAN_TAG=MOZILLA_1_9a8_RELEASE=3.0~alpha8 firefox-orig
   will create a tarball named firefox-3.0-3.0~alpha8+nobinonly.orig.tar.gz

  It is also possible to just call the new client.mk targets without
  building tarballs:

   $ make -f mozilla/client.mk checkout MOZ_CO_PROJECT=nss
   $ make -f mozilla/client.mk checkout MOZ_CO_PROJECT=nspr
   $ make -f mozilla/client.mk checkout MOZ_CO_PROJECT=xulbrowser