[REBOL] Re: Plug [Was Popularity]
From: tim-johnsons::web::com at: 28-Jan-2006 7:59
I posted an inquiry to
The first reply points me to:
The links on that page could prove to be interesting, especially
"DOM_AGNOSTIC_BRANCH", which will then lead you to some C++ code
examples. I haven't looked at the code closely, but it appears to be
directly derived from mozilla code, and might be windoze-specific.
* Tim Johnson <tim-johnsons-web.com> [060127 13:34]:
> * Petr Krenzelok <petr.krenzelok-trz.cz> [060126 21:05]:
> > >
> > > Cool. Now let's make it linux and mozilla compatible. IE is downright
> > > primitive compared to firefox.
> > > ti
> > there is some effort on AltME to gring in the NS kind of plug-in, which
> > would work with NS, Mozilla, FF, Opera and other browsers, which do
> > support NS kind of plugins. RT tries to let the community to do the job.
> Is RT providing a codebase to work from?
> > Sadly, we are small community. I tried my best, gathered resources,
> > etc., I wrote to mozilla plug-ins newsgroup, but saw no reaction.
> Is forum index for firefox. I have an idea: Later today I will do some
> investigating as to where we can make inquire about plugins.
> > need some C coder.
> > NS kind of plug-in, from what I can understand abou
> > it, needs just no more than 10 - 30 funcs wrapping. So - if you know
> > someone willing to help, please let me know ...
> I've programmed in C for a long time. However I would be more valuable
> as a unit tester as opposed to writing code from scratch.... given
> my length of time away. I will check further for programmers.
> :-) While we are on the topic of being little-known but with great
> merit, check out the dynace system which sits "on top of" ansi C
> It's been around a *long* time, but pretty much employed by the
> developer's company, with a *small* user base outside of the company,
> I believe, but is very mature. OOP has many merits for team
> development, but C++ drives me crazy with header file stuff.
> (See comments in dynace site about header files).
> I'll post again once I get time to sniff around firefox forums a bit.
> P.S. While we're brain-storming about FFI for rebol? that could
> bring C programmers to rebol like java programmers are going
> to jython.
> > btw - getting plug-in to work under FF etc. is hopefully rather trivial
> > task, but current IE plug-in simply is not done right, and then the real
> > job starts, to define, how it should upgrade, how is should appear, how
> > it should behave in other ways (as communication with browser is
> > concerned), if it should allow rebol networking or use only browser one
> > (I think not), how to detect proxy or allow various settings and more
> > importantly - what to do about security and View (VID) in iself, in
> > regards to pop-up windows (view/new layout [....] - and you have got new
> > window popping up above browser window and someone could misuse it)
> > Petr
> > >>?
> > >>
> > >>-- Carl Read.
> > >>
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