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Thu Mar 17 16:33:29 EST 2005
Pete Collins wrote:
> Todd Ross wrote:
> Sure ...
> jsLib include ()
potentially be used on in both HTML and XUL (chrome'd or non-chrome'd).
import a script from within a script. That's okay -- it at least
explains why I couldn't find it. I can add multiple <script> tags to
the HTML or XUL -- it's just not ideal.
Speaking of jsLib ... I've always been a bit hesitant to use it because
of how clunky it is to state dependencies in Firefox. The jsLib install
page even says as much. In the install.rdf, there is a way to identify
dependencies, but it doesn't look like there's a way to have Firefox
fetch them and install them.
jsLib works around this by expecting extension developers to include
code to redirect users to your install package if jsLib isn't already
installed, but even that seems clunky. When is the Extension Manager
going to live up to its potential?
apt-get-like method of automatically resolving dependencies. I think
extension development will really take off if we ever reach a point like
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