[ham] Re: [Project_owners] Static memory posibilities...

Philip Chee philip at aleytys.pc.my
Tue Feb 7 22:44:56 EST 2006

On Tue, 7 Feb 2006 02:03:55 +0100, yaa at euronet wrote:

> Because they are seperate browsers, Firefox actually contains 2 browser 
> objects, the main tab browser and a seperate browser for the sidebar.
> This is no the case (since I last looked) in thunderbird and seamonkey.

In seamonkey there is a browser element (actually two) in the seamonkey sidebar.

> I have seen no explicit cachin mechanisms put to work for the sidebar browser.

Is there an explicit caching mechanism for the main tabbrowser? Perhaps the
underlying gecko c++ code caches all <browser> elements?

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