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probably I haven't read it properly or I guess I am trying to step ahead of time....
but can anyone point me that will it be possible to make a cross-browser plugin with firebreath that be able to run a .NET assembly
basically I have .NET based application which scans a document using TWAIN drivers on local computer
now I want to wrap this application into an executable that could be run in a browser as it should be available via Web
primarily mozilla, chrome and IE should be supported
any directions would be of great value
how I can return string in special method for debbug?
|pablo_||05:07||hello again... I solve the last problem using m_host->htmllog("text");ç
If possible compile in linux (or other plataform) for the rest of platforms once?
|jshanab||06:07||pablo_.This is kinda possible for at least building on linux for windows but not in the cmake for FB. I have seen this cross-compile stuff in some libraries built using CMake (ok cmake itself not building) Like the glfw library. I have build windows binarys on linux before. But the way the prep actually generates a differnt set of files in the FB framework, i do not know. Taxillian will be...
...best to answer that question. Realize you will need all the dlls and headers you are gonna link to from a windows box.
pablo_. On second thought I think there are some things in ActiveX that will need a microsoft compiler (IDL), and that would not be proted to linuxand have to run in wine. Best just to use a VM i guess
|jshanab||08:07||I am trying to create a child window for my plugin to maybe handle events better within the plugin
I have created the windows and it is rendering to them but if I drag the browser, it moves about 10 pixels and stops. At that point it still renders video, just no more input to the browser. Somehow the main browser thread is blocked. Suggestions?
|nedcamps||09:07||Hi All, getting started here setting up FireBreath and running into what seems to be a semi known issue that I am unable to resolve
CMake Error at /usr/local/Cellar/cmake/2.8.8/share/cmake/Modules/CMakeTestCCompiler.cmake:52 (MESSAGE):
The C compiler "/usr/bin/gcc-4.2" is not able to compile a simple test
Anyone out there have any hints on this one?
thanks a ton
|taxilian||09:07||nedcamps: it may have to do with where xcode installs itself these days|
|nedcamps||09:07||yeah I've been seeing some older posts that suggest that|
|taxilian||09:07||seems like I had that issue, but I think the way I ended up fixing it was installing an older xcode|
|nedcamps||09:07||these days it goes into /Application/Xcode.app
hm, downgrading xcode huh
i may have to resort to that
|taxilian||09:07||unfortunately while Apple has been making xcode better and better for obj c development, it's getting worse and worse for C++ dev|
|nedcamps||09:07||crazy times we live in
thanks for the advice
|jshanab||10:07||I am building with xcode 4.3.3 and cmake 2.8.8. In fact that was a must cmake 2.8.8 added fixes specifically for xcode 4.3.3, but of course you have to put the requires in the cmakelists.txt|
|dougma||18:07||anyone tried xcode 4.4 yet? maybe i'll sit tight until xcode 4.4.3 :)|
|jshanab_||18:07||I am too scared ;-)|