Re: webdeveloper for Seamonkey
Mike Hommey wrote:
Thanks for the generous offer. I do actually have had checky installed
for reference as an extension which works with both browsers. The
combined package is completed with no sharing of data, however I am
definately looking into merging the 3 files which differ and sending the
results upstream. To this end I have been studying up on XUL and related
Mozilla technologies. I'll send an email your way if I run to any issues.
On Sun, Aug 28, 2005 at 05:25:53PM -0400, Michael Spang <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
You're right. With the jars unpacked, most of the data is the same;
whether or not some crazy [sym]linking would be required to accomodate
the files that do differ I have yet to find out. I'll prepare a package
for the last option while awaiting more feedback.
If you need any help, you can ask me, I have some experience with this
kind of merging stuff. You might want to look at how it is dealt for
checky, for which I did such a merge quite some time ago.