Projects / Camino

Camino

Camino (formerly Chimera) is a Web browser that has a Cocoa user interface, and embeds the Gecko layout engine. It is intended to be a simple, small, and fast browser for Mac OS X.

Tags
Licenses
Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  17 Sep 2006 04:20

    Release Notes: Several critical security and stability issues were fixed, including those fixed in version 1.8.0.7 of the Mozilla Gecko rendering engine. The bundled Java Embedding Plugin was upgraded to version 0.9.5+g. The "Reset Camino" command will now reset minimized windows. An issue where Cmd-B would fail to act as a toggle in some cases was fixed. Ad blocking was further improved.

    •  03 May 2006 21:00

      Release Notes: Updated to the latest Gecko rendering engine. Ad blocking, SVG support and a lot more.

      •  07 Mar 2003 13:40

        Release Notes: This release adds a new download manager with auto-download and auto-dispatch, the ability to drag images and links to the desktop, Rendezvous support for local FTP and Web servers, a Send Link menu item and other new toolbar buttons, and a Global History in the sidebar.

        •  02 Jan 2003 13:33

          Release Notes: This version adds a global history tab in the sidebar, support for bookmark keywords, the ability for a bookmarks menu to be docked, and support for the Services menu, the Shared Menus protocol, Proxy Auto-Config (PAC), and Rendezvous.

          •  01 Jan 2003 16:48

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            16 Feb 2003 17:28 joham

            Re: Chimera 0.6

            I just wonder what
            > Chimera 1.0 will be like? This is what I
            > look for in a browser, simple, fast,
            > easy to use. Did I mention the tab
            > bookmarks?
            >


            There won't be a Chimera 1.0, as has been reported on /. recently, they have to change the name for legal reasons, but whatever it's called, it's going to rock.

            I've been using the 0.6 stable nightly build they recommended on 10.1.5 and 10.2.3/4 on a 600Mhz iBook and it just blows other browsers out of the water. If Safari adds tabs it might have a contender though.

            I dragged Internet Exploder to the trash the first time I powered up my iBook.

            The only thing Chimera is missing by default is image blocking, but you can add that functionality to 0.6 by following this hint here (http://mozdev.org/pipermail/chimera/2002-October/012175.html), which gives you an image blocking preference pane that you can copy urls into to block image servers.

            02 Jan 2003 01:03 mspringer

            Chimera 0.6
            I've been using Chimera 0.6 for a while on a G4PB OS X 10.2.3. I LOVE IT. Now running the 12/20 nightly build and love it even more. I recently had the tedious experience of once more using IE on a windows machine and re-discovered the folly of using half a screen for extraneous toolbars! The tab bookmarks are sheer genius. I just wonder what Chimera 1.0 will be like? This is what I look for in a browser, simple, fast, easy to use. Did I mention the tab bookmarks?

            Screenshot

            Project Spotlight

            OpenStack4j

            A Fluent OpenStack client API for Java.

            Screenshot

            Project Spotlight

            TurnKey TWiki Appliance

            A TWiki appliance that is easy to use and lightweight.