Docs for PyXPCOM Posted and More

Wednesday May 30th, 2001

Uche Ogbuji writes in: "Ever been interested in the Python binding for XPCOM, but daunted by the lack of docs and examples? I've written a 3-part series on PyXPCOM for IBM developerWorks and the first installment, covering installation, has gone live. Parts 2 and 3 to follow within weeks.

Also, MozillaZine readers might be interested in my pair of tutorials on IBM developerWorks giving techniques on bridging XPCOM to GNOME's Bonobo (1)(2). Free registration required."

#1 Sort of on topic

by basic <>

Thursday May 31st, 2001 2:03 AM

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anybody know where PerlXPCOM might be available?

#2 [OffTopic]

by fat_cow

Thursday May 31st, 2001 12:52 PM

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As a matter of interest, what features / improvements are waiting before the release of 1.0, or for 1.0 Release Candidate?

I think we're pretty close here.

#3 Re: [OffTopic]

by johnlar <>

Thursday May 31st, 2001 1:09 PM

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Believe it or not, I\'m pretty sure 1.0 will come out on whatever release date following the fixing of all mozilla1.0 targeted bugs. Of course they always reserve the right to move a bug back to a latter release.

#5 Re: [OffTopic]

by AlexBishop <>

Thursday May 31st, 2001 5:53 PM

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There's a document at explaining what needs to be completed before 1.0 is released.



#6 Re: Re: [OffTopic]

by masi

Friday June 1st, 2001 1:35 AM

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The Moz 1.0 requirements page is ratther old (April 9).

#4 Totally off topic

by rgelb <>

Thursday May 31st, 2001 5:49 PM

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Newer builds have a really cool -server command-line option. It preloads Mozilla in invisible mode (at startup for instance). Then when you click on mozilla.exe, a window pops up in a fraction of a second. Then only problem so far is that when you open moz the second time it comes up with a blank window instead of the homepage.

Really cool.