You can match the EXE file version and buildID. Change the 64 to 32 in the url if you want 32bit equivalent.JohnTHaller wrote:Couple things... first, freakazoid, how are you determining which build corresponds to the actual stable release as I see multiple 53.0 releases in different numbered folders.
Second, is there interest in having a live installer for this? You can grab it and swap the files into Firefox Portable, too, of course.
Official Release file version 18.104.22.16812
EXE modified time 4/13/2017 8:55 PM buildID=20170413192749 https://releases.mozilla.org/pub/firefo ... n64/en-US/
Unbranded file version 22.214.171.12412
EXE modified time 4/13/2017 3:50 AM buildID=20170413031124 https://releases.mozilla.org/pub/firefo ... 492078284/ Same file version but different buildID. just a few hours before official release. Probably nothing changed except when it was automatically compiled.
EXE modified time 4/13/2017 8:05 PM buildID=20170413192749 https://releases.mozilla.org/pub/firefo ... 492136869/ - This one is probably what you want. Same buildID and same file version as release.
Unbranded file version 126.96.36.19917 - number increased by 5. Probably no significant changes. Maybe a typo was fixed.
EXE modified time 4/18/2017 3:46 AM buildID=20170418031645 https://releases.mozilla.org/pub/firefo ... 492510605/
You can also check the very last release candidate's buildID from the info txt files. Its the same installer as official release. Can also find it in about:support within firefox.
https://releases.mozilla.org/pub/firefo ... 4_info.txt buildID=20170413192749
https://releases.mozilla.org/pub/firefo ... l_info.txt buildID=20170413192749
A live installer for unbranded builds would be neat. When you say live installer, is it like similar to the Firefox Nightly Build portable downloader which downloads the latest version?