Mar 25 2017
Version 1.5.1 was released. Firefox uses an updated cache2 format, which is now supported (the index file version is 0.3, the cache meta files have still version 0.3).
MozCache is a program for UNIX (or Windows if compiled with MingW) and GTK+, which displays the
cache entries of Mozilla, Firefox,
SeaMonkey and both recent and older versions of
Netscape (with Cygwin
or MingW also MS Internet Explorer) web browsers.
The entries can be saved, deleted or viewed with an user assigned application, e.g. a text or an image viewer, or a browser.
It is also possible to search in the entries, or parts of them, for a pattern like 'www.advertisement.com' with the options for case sensitivity, to match only the whole word, and to use regular expressions.
MozCache was tested with versions 0.94, 1.7 and 1.73 of Mozilla, versions 4.0, 4.5, 4.72, 4.8, 6.01, 6.1, 6.2.3 and 7.2 of Netscape, version 1.5.01, 2.0, 3.0.1 and 3.5.1 of Firefox, version 1.0, 1.1.16, 2.0.11, 2.4.1, 2.11 and 2.17 of SeaMonkey, and version 5.5 and 7.0 of Internet Explorer with Windows 98/XP/7, and version 1.5.18-1 of Cygwin.
The new cache2 version was tested with version 2.29 to 2.33.1 of SeaMonkey.
Mozcache 1.4.6 was tested with Firefox 47.0 and SeaMonkey 2.40, Mozcache 1.4.8 was tested with Firefox 48.0, and Mozcache 1.4.9 was tested with Firefox 50.1.0 (Firefox still uses the new cache2 version, but SeaMonkey seems to use the previous one again).
Mozcache 1.5 was tested with Firefox 51.0.1 (second updated cache2), Mozcache 1.5.1 was tested with Firefox 52.0 (third updated cache2), and both with SeaMonkey 2.46.
Previous versions of MozCache were released as NScache, which were written by Stefan Ondrejicka.
MozCache is distributed under the terms of GPL2 or later.To compile MozCache, the following is
Two Linux programs (one for GTK-2, the other for GTK-3) can be downloaded for either 32-bit (213KB) or 64-bit (220KB).
Visit also the MozCache SourceForge summary page for more information.Harald Förster
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