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Mozilla Corp. announced that it has stopped making changes to the first release candidate of Firefox 3.0 and is working to get that build to users by the end of the month.

We are code complete for Firefox 3 Release Candidate 1 (RC1),” said Mike Schroepfer, Mozilla’s vice president of engineering, in a post to the company’s development blog on Saturday. “If all goes well we should have the Release Candidate publicly available in late May.

The release candidate — typically the final stage before software goes final — will be pushed to more than 1.2 million users when it launches, Schroepfer said.

It’s possible that RC1 will be the one and only release candidate. “The QA cycle for RC1 is more extensive than the betas since this may be our last milestone,” Schroepfer said in a message posted to the “mozilla.dev.planning” message forum. However, if serious bugs are uncovered, “we will continue to release new Release Candidates until we are ready for final ship,” he said.

Mozilla developers quashed several bugs starting Friday morning to make the Saturday “code freeze” deadline, according to the mozilla.dev.planning forum. Among the fixed flaws was a regression bug that made Firefox 3.0 incorrectly convert characters when loading URLs.

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