Bug 1627613 - Fix outdated links in Thunderbird's README.md. r=mkmelin DONTBUILD
authorSwampertX <tanyeejian@gmail.com>
Mon, 06 Apr 2020 09:07:19 +0000
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Bug 1627613 - Fix outdated links in Thunderbird's README.md. r=mkmelin DONTBUILD Differential Revision: https://phabricator.services.mozilla.com/D69775
README.md
--- a/README.md
+++ b/README.md
@@ -2,31 +2,31 @@
 Thunderbird is a powerful and customizable open source email client with lots of users. It is based on the same platform that Firefox uses.
 
 ## Getting Started
 This README will try and give you the basics that you need to get started, more comprehensive documentation is available on the [Thunderbird Developer Website](https://developer.thunderbird.net).
 
 ### Mozilla Code Base
 Thunderbird is built on the Mozilla platform, the same base that Firefox is built from. As such the two projects share a lot of code and much of the documentation for one will apply, in many ways, to the other.
 
-In order to be able to build Thunderbird - you will need the mozilla-central repository as well as the comm-central repository (where this README lives). Check out our [Getting Started documentation](https://developer.thunderbird.net/the-basics/getting-started) for instructions on how and where to get the source code.
+In order to be able to build Thunderbird - you will need the mozilla-central repository as well as the comm-central repository (where this README lives). Check out our [Getting Started documentation](https://developer.thunderbird.net/thunderbird-development/getting-started) for instructions on how and where to get the source code.
 
 ### mozilla-central vs. comm-central
 
 The mozilla-central repostitory contains the Firefox codebase and all of the platform code. The comm-central repository is added as a subdirectory "comm/" under mozilla-central. This contains the code for Thunderbird.
 
 ## Building Thunderbird
 
 ### Build Prerequisites
 
 This README assumes that you already have the prerequisite software required to build Thunderbird. If you have not already done so, please complete the instructions for your operating system and then continue following this guide:
 
-- [Windows Build Prerequisites](https://developer.thunderbird.net/the-basics/building-thunderbird/windows-build-prerequisites)
-- [Linux Build Prerequisites](https://developer.thunderbird.net/the-basics/building-thunderbird/linux-build-prerequisites)
-- [macOS Build Prerequisites](https://developer.thunderbird.net/the-basics/building-thunderbird/macos-build-prerequisites)
+- [Windows Build Prerequisites](https://developer.thunderbird.net/thunderbird-development/building-thunderbird/windows-build-prerequisites)
+- [Linux Build Prerequisites](https://developer.thunderbird.net/thunderbird-development/building-thunderbird/linux-build-prerequisites)
+- [macOS Build Prerequisites](https://developer.thunderbird.net/thunderbird-development/building-thunderbird/macos-build-prerequisites)
 
 ### Build Configuration
 
 To build Thunderbird, you need to create a file named `mozconfig` (can also be `.mozconfig`) to the root directory of the mozilla-central checkout that contains the option `comm/mail` enabled. You can create a file with this line by doing this in the root source directory:
 
 ```text
 echo 'ac_add_options --enable-application=comm/mail' > mozconfig
 ```