|IRC Nick||Time (GMT-7)||Message|
How can I handle chrome.extension.sendRequest with FireBreath?
|mohit_||06:06||Hi there! I was hoping I could get an answer for the following:
How to call up a method inside my struct written in c++/CLI from pluginAPI.cpp...
The reason I'm asking this is I'm getting these errors...:::1. error LNK1120: 1 unresolved externals and 2.error LNK2019:" unresolved external symbol " while building the plugin dll.
|EBDev||08:06||How do I check to see if the binary is "actually there"?|
|taxilian||09:06||EBDev: look inside the .plugin bundle; a bundle is just a directory with a specific structure
inside the <PluginName>.plugin/Contents/MacOS/ directory there should be a <PluginName> binary
|EBDev||10:06||So I believe the binary is there after checking the package contents. For some reason, when compiling, XCode adds an "np" in front of the plugin name which might be throwing off the web app's ability to find it. Testing that out now|
|taxilian||10:06||the web app isn't accessing it by anme
it's accessing it by mimetype
did you build in 32 bit?
|EBDev||10:06||yea, built in 32 bit|
|taxilian||10:06||does it show up in about:plugins?|
|EBDev||10:06||What do you mean?
|taxilian||11:06||in chrome or firefox, type about:plugins
it lists all installed plugins
is yours listed?
|EBDev||11:06||Ohh... It isn't|
|taxilian||11:06||okay, so how did you install it?|
|EBDev||11:06||just compiled the plugin and dragged it into the internet plugins folder. cleared cookies/cache and restarted chrome|
|taxilian||11:06||dragged the .plugin/ bundle inot your internet plugins folder?|
|taxilian||11:06||what is this 3.65 that you keep sending?|
|EBDev||11:06||sorry! Been working in Eagle making a part|
|taxilian||11:06||is it your ~/Library/Internet Plugins or the /Library/Internet Plugins?|
|EBDev||11:06||Not sure, thats a question for the IT guys and they are in a meeting. I am sort of acting as a middle man in this|
|taxilian||11:06||well, it's going to be one of three things
1) the plugin isn't installed correctly
2) the plugin isn't build correctly
3) The meta-data in the pluginconfig file conflicted in some way with the info.plist file format and so the browsers aren't detecting it correctly
if 3, there may be useful information in the Console app
|htroyack||14:06||My ActiveX implements a COM Component Category. I must say so, and I guess it goes in a RGS or IDL file according to http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/z4k27f9h(v=vs.100).aspx. ...But I cant figure out where, or how.|
|htroyack||14:06||taxilian: it seems IE will not load my plugin with Enhaced Protected Mode unless I add CATID_AppContainerCompatible to Implemented Categories. but how is the correct way to do it?|
|taxilian||14:06||enhanced protected mode, huh? Never even heard of that
you can copy the .rgs file from gen_templates/ into your plugin directory
and then make tweaks to it and they will be used
rerun the prep script any time you change it
|chardy||23:06||Has anyone had any luck getting FB working with Enhanced Protected Mode in IE?|
|taxilian||23:06||not that I've heard of. I actually haven't had a reason to try as of yet
but I'm for bed now. good luck