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MozPlug - Encapsulated Gecko Engine for RealBasic

Sunday May 30th, 1999

Arielb has this news for Mac developers:

"Essence Software is working on a mozilla plugin for RealBasic 2. Check out the mozplug site here."


#1 Re:MozPlug - Encapsulated Gecko Engine for RealBas

by cpt

Monday May 31st, 1999 8:21 PM

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Okay, so maybe Teletubbies WEREN'T the next one, but they could be next ... Or it might be AIBO ( <http://search.sony.co.jp/…www.world.sony.com/robot/> ) That would bring a whole new meaning to dogs fetching the paper.

#2 Re:Teletubbies WEREN'T the next one

by duh!

Monday May 31st, 1999 11:03 PM

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Huh? Did I miss something?

#3 Re:AIBO

by SomeSmartAss <improv@magma.ca>

Tuesday June 1st, 1999 7:32 AM

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Maaaaan!!! That kicks ass! Obviously someone at Sony is way too into Battlestar Galactica,or Doctor Who, (although this thing kicks "K-9"'s sorry butt).

#4 Re:MozPlug - Encapsulated Gecko Engine for RealBas

by SomeSmartAss <improv@magma.ca>

Tuesday June 1st, 1999 7:36 AM

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#5 Re:MozPlug - Encapsulated Gecko Engine for RealBas

by locka <adamlock@eircom.net>

Tuesday June 1st, 1999 1:20 PM

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Sorry to distract people away from Tinky Winky, La La, Dipsy and Po, but I thought RealBasic supported ActiveX?

If it did, wouldn't that mean they could reuse the existing control code rather than reimplementing everything from scratch? It would have the pleasant side effect of making it very easy for developers to port Win32 IE code to the Mac using Mozilla since the API would be the same.

#6 Re:MozPlug - Encapsulated Gecko Engine for RealBas

by Anon

Sunday October 10th, 1999 12:53 AM

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No, RB doesnt really support ActiveX, not as far as i can tell. But im really looking forward to when MozPlug comes out.