[Jslib] Magic number in socket.js?
pete at mozdev.org
Wed Sep 10 17:03:55 EDT 2003
Stephen Knight wrote:
> I'm currently flailing my way thru "socket.js" and I was wondering
> where the "magic number" "c07e81e0-ef12-11d2-92b6-00105a1b0d64" came from?
That's the class ID.
It is a conanical unique identifier for an implementation class.
An example of a contractID wourld be:
These are all unique component class identifiers and all part of XPCOM.
Do note, the socket.js is very old, untouched for years and very broken..
If you get it going again, remember, we will take your contributions. :-)
> It's specifically used in "function Socket()" with:
> var sockServiceClass =
> I've tried searching XULPlanet and other places (it was used in Eric
> Murphy's 18 Aug 2001 message,
> http://www.mozdev.org/mailarchives/jslib/2001-August/000756.html) but it
> just seems to "appear".
> Since the "magic" still seems to work after two years it would seem
> pretty stable but....where would I go if it stopped?
> thank you for your time.
> Steve Knight
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