[LibX] bookmarklet idea
godmar at gmail.com
Sat Jul 17 10:06:32 PDT 2010
This is absolutely possible.
Our revised infrastructure (branch 'libxrestructuring' on libx.mozdev.org's
CVS repository) supports running the LibX base code in many different
- in a Firefox plug-in in Chrome space
- in Firefox in a client page
- in Chrome in the background page
- in Chrome in an isolated world
- in a server-side environment (env.js + Rhino)
- in a client-side page (which is used, for instance, in a test page)
So, this could be easily built.
On Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 2:30 PM, Jonathan Rochkind <jonathan at dnil.net>wrote:
> I just had an idea, and I'm wondering if it's occured to anyone else.
> LibX is a browser plugin, which needs a custom plugin wrapper for every
> browser you want it to work in. Currently FF, IE sort of, maybe some day
> Safari, maybe some day other browsers that accept plugins (each one requires
> a buncha work, which is why they don't exist yet), browsers without plugins
> out of luck.
> and apply it to the page being viewed as appropriate for existing LibX
> It wouldn't be automatic like the plugin, the user would have to be looking
> at a page and think "Gee, I bet the library thing can do something for me
> here, let's click the button and find out". But it could be made in just
> need to write a browser specific plugin wrapper. Some users might even
> prefer it for otherwise supported browsers, not sure.
> them onto your iPhone Safari takes an iTunes sync).
> Anyone thought of this before? What do you think?
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