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|feeling||00:11||maybe, i will give up the update plugin on IE ( no need to termiante browser ).|
|FireBreathBot||00:11||feeling: 03:24Z <taxilian> tell feeling I don't now; it's worked for me every time I've done it. you just have to make sure that the new plugin registers correctly; if I were you, I'd try uninstalling the plugin and then searching the registry for the CLSID; delete any references you find. then try it again; the times I've seen issues like that in the past it has ended up being extra reg keys|
|feeling||00:11||1. install plugin ( ver 126.96.36.199 )
2. lodaing it on IE
3. delete all regkey
4. update plugin ( other folder )
|taxilian||00:11||feeling: delete all registry keys before you start
uninstall the plugin first, then remove all reg keys
|taxilian||00:11||also try on another computer to make sure it's not just a fluke|
|feeling||00:11||i succeed to update plugin on iE and other browser.
my quesion is does IE no need terminate browser when update plugin.
IE catch the plugin instance always until terminate browser.
|taxilian||00:11||feeling: as I have said multiple times, I have absolutely succeeded in updating an IE control without restarting the browser in IE6, IE7, and IE8
I have never tried it on IE9
i tested this follow.
1. install plugin
2. loading on IE
3. uninstall before dll and delete all reg key.
4. setup new plugin ( higher version )
5. login on IE ( it return past version )
any problem? in this follow?
|taxilian||00:11||after step 4 you should get the new plugin when you add a new object tag to the page|
|dougma||00:11||whoa! how did 5) occur if you performed 3)?
the dll must still exist.
|taxilian||00:11||if you are not, then I strongly recommend that you uninstall the plugin and then search through your registry to make sure everything is absolutely completely and totally gone, possibly even reboot the computer, and then try again
dougma: step 4 was installing a new updated version of the plugin
|dougma||00:11||yeah but.... i'm confused.|
|taxilian||00:11||you can't delete the old file while the browser is still open
it doesn't ever fully release it until you close the browser
removing the reg keys should be enough
|dougma||00:11||right... but wouldn't you get the "must reboot or exit applciation" warning at that point?|
|feeling||00:11||did you change object ID? when after step 4|
|taxilian||00:11||dougma: not if you are a) using the dllregisterserver method or b) have the msi configured not to
feeling: no, I never change my CLSID
there is no need to
and in fact that would be self-defeating if COM required that
|feeling||00:11||no CLSID , i mean "Object tag" ID|
|taxilian||00:11||feeling: it shouldn't make any difference whatsoever
but I think not; you could always try it
honestly I usually use new ActiveXObject to check, then instantiate the object once that gives me the new one
as fbinstaller.js does
|feeling||00:11||hm.......i aready saw that. anyways, ok. i will try use ActiveXObject.|
|feeling||00:11||i can't do that... probably, i missing something. if you have time. please check this code.
|taxilian||00:11||and what happens?|
|feeling||00:11||ah.. i will chagne version now wait
done. try again
please uninstall "name is updatetest" and delete all registry before try again
clsid is 07999265-01b0-580c-9c7d-74ebd43bea14
it always return 188.8.131.52..:(
|taxilian||01:11||oh, I'm not on a windows machine|
i'm go now. see you later. bye.
|umesh||06:11||I am using windowless plugin
and I want to get HWND from HDC ...
any suggestions to get this HWND from HDC ...
WindowFromDC gives NULL value
|damian||08:11||how are you?
i'm working on this little example
i'm running this html file on my browser
<html> <body> <embed name="plugin" src="example" type="myType"> </body> </html>
i don't know how to access src tag info from my plugin
my plugin is getting up successfully when i run the html file
|taxilian||09:11||1) don't use embed
2) m_host->getDOMElement->getAttribute("src") should do it
|damian||09:11||but i must use embed...|
|taxilian||09:11||or something similar; I forget exactly.
|linearray||09:11||Don Embeddo pointing a gun to his head|
|taxilian||09:11||embed may work, but I have had problems with it in the past. object is a more reliable choice|
|damian||09:11||may be you are right|
|taxilian||09:11||lol. maybe? I appreciate the vote of confidence in my experience with plugins :-P
just know that you may have weird issues if you use embed
|damian||09:11||but my manager want me to develop the plugin using embed...|
|linearray||09:11||he probably won't even see the difference|
|taxilian||09:11||tell your manager that the principle author of FireBreath told you to use object instead
trust me on this one… I actually do have a bit of experience in the area
|damian||09:11||but the decision is not mine....
but you know, i'm working on intel inside
i think they will not accept my suggestion
unless it's impossible to work with embed, i will have to do it using embed..
all the desing is done and approve
|taxilian||09:11||do you need to support IE?|
at least most popular
|taxilian||09:11||well, when things don't work and you can't figure out why, don't blame us|
|damian||09:11||like chorme, firefox, IE|
|taxilian||09:11||I think the specific problems that I had were related to attaching and firing events on IE|
ok don't worry
|taxilian||09:11||generally the trouble involved in changing a tag from "embed" to "object" is negligable; if that's a major undertaking, you may have deeper problems than I can hope to help with|
|damian||09:11||if see that a problem is solving changing embed with object tag|
|taxilian||09:11||but hey, maybe it'll all work; maybe the problems were related to something that has somehow been resolved in the framework since then|
|damian||09:11||then will be easy to talk with VIP people
and change it
|taxilian||09:11||because they apparently know more about plugins than I do? you're lucky to have such knowledgable people there
plugins are an unusual area of expertise
well, I wish you luck with that. I need to get ready for work; be back in a bit, or maybe in an hour
thank you very much
they think the know
until you demostrate they were wrong
|zEh-||09:11||hi. i dont get the licensing. What does the quantity of users refer to?|
it's BSD or LGPL
|zEh-||09:11||Gliffy/Confluence is about the tracker?|
|zEh-||09:11||i got fooled after checking back then
still, i dont see the actual license anywhere
ah got it
|kylehuff||09:11||yes, this awesome product has an awesome license; if you haven't already, consider an awesome donation (funds, documentation or patches) =c )|
|taxilian||09:11||lol. it has awesome users as well
well, I'm off to find breakfast
be back when I get to the office
the continental breakfast in this hotel is useless :-/ ahh, well
|zEh-||10:11||is there a document about pros and cons of browser specific plugin installations? XSI etc|
|linearray||10:11||there is a thread suggesting to always use an installer: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4468708/deployment-of-npapi-plugin-with-minimal-user-steps|
|emicastro||10:11||Why the static method FB::SimpleStreamHelper::AsyncPost isn't recognize if I'm including the #include "SimpleStreams.h"?|
|linearray||10:11||because that file is part of the test plugin and not of the FB framework
you want SimpleStreamHelper.h
no, I have the SimpleStreamHelper.h too...
and the visual studio only recognize the AsyncGet... and not the AsyncPost
|linearray||10:11||do you have the latest firebreath version?
that is 1.6
|emicastro||11:11||where I can see that? because I did download the firebreath framework.... some SCM did that|
|taxilian||11:11||emicastro: are you on the master branch/
|FireBreathBot||11:11||Found 1 matching file(s) in the master branch. First 1 are:
|taxilian||11:11||check your file to make sure it's the same version as that
guessing you have an older version or haven't pulled
|emicastro||11:11||Created: Jan 24, 2011
it's the same
|linearray||11:11||the created date is not really helping|
|emicastro||11:11||no, I saw that my SimpleStreamHelper.h doesn't contain the method AsyncPOST|
then you need to update
|emicastro||11:11||so... I have to upgrade my framework i guess
thanks for your help!
no it's Ok :D thanks for all your help!
|Sudi||11:11||Richard.. fb plugin works fine in Safari and Chrome but not getting loaded in firefox.. do I need to do something different for firefox ?|
|taxilian||11:11||on windows? mac?|
|taxilian||11:11||no, it should work the same|
|Sudi||11:11||hhmmm.. in firefox 3.6.16 i am trying and it shows plugin not installed|
but it should work
|emicastro||11:11||How could I get the "src" attribute from my plugin?|
|taxilian||12:11||emicastro: use m_host->getDOMElement()|
|emicastro||12:11||ok, I will test with that|
|taxilian||12:11||then you can probably do ->getAttribute("src") or getProperty<std::string>("src")
|FireBreathBot||12:11||Found 1 possible matches. Displaying 1
/^FB::variant FB::JSAPIAuto::getAttribute( const std::string& name )$/ (f) found in src/ScriptingCore/JSAPIAuto.cpp: http://goo.gl/tIOol
|taxilian||12:11||hmm. getAttribute may not work|
|dbrecht||13:11||afternoon all.. wondering if there's a recommended place (cross browser and platform) to stick config data.. getenv("HOME")/something perhaps? i was hoping to figure out a nice, cross-browser/platform method to get the user-specific app data path (i.e. .mozilla/plugins), but (unless i'm missing something), there doesn't seem to be much of a clean way of doing this..
i'm assuming FB doesn't expose this anywhere? (looked at BrowserHost but didn't find anything there)
|taxilian||17:11||dbrecht: there are some functions in firebreath to help you find some of those locations (like appdata or locallow) but nothing to help with the config|
I assume someone in here can refute this?
they're probably just using an old version
|Alyoshak||17:11||Still struggling to grasp the potential of Firebreath. For example, is it possible to *all* development on a Mac, even to generate the plugin files that would run in Windows browsers, as long as you make no call specific to the Windows API? Likewise, would it be possible to generate plugin files for the Mac browsers using only Visual Studio?|
|taxilian||17:11||no, you have to compile on the platform you want to run it on
if you can use completely cross platform APIs then you can pretty much do all your dev on mac, but you'll have to build it on windows
|Alyoshak||17:11||Ok. Thx. That's the idea I was getting, but the colleague who tipped me off to FB thought you could do it all from Mac or all from PC.
I got your last post.
Adios. Have a good one.
been a while since i've used irc :P