|IRC Nick||Time (GMT-7)||Message|
|beezboy||06:08||hello every body
How can I use FB::JSAPIPtr for call method from my plugin API?
I have a problem with deploying my Mac plugin. It might not be related to FB but the lack of my Mac development experience, but still I'd appriciate if you could help.
after compiling and packaging the plugin on one system, I move it to an other, and install it
when Safari loads, I get the following error:
does any of you have any idea what's missing?
|rc1140||07:08||has anyone gotten firebreath to build on fedora17|
|taxilian||08:08||mkoch: looks like you're missing a dylib
rc1140 there is no reason I know that it wouldn't build on fedora17
|rc1140||08:08||it gives the boost disabled error
dont have the full error message on hand
|mkoch||08:08||taxilian: hi! can I include it in the package somehow?|
|taxilian||08:08||rc1140: did you install git?
mkoch: I'm not sure what you're missing or why it isn't finding it
it looks like corefondation
do you have a /usr/lib/libobjc.A.dylib?
on both machines
|taxilian||08:08||hmm. I really have no idea; google is your friend =]
I see other people having the same issue, just not seeing a solution. I don't have time to fully research it, though
|mkoch||09:08||ok, I continue on google, but no luck yet, also no useful hint on #macdev... :/|
|rc1140||09:08||taxilian: yup git is the first thing installed since i needed it to grab source|
|taxilian||09:08||well, if you can give me the full error I might be able to help. I'm headed to the office in a minute|
|rc1140||09:08||will paste it later , it was on a temp ec2 vm
will have to re setup the vm
since its not super important
|taxilian||14:08||grrr. WHY IS XCODE LOADING A HEADER THAT ISN'T IN THE SEARCH PATH??? this is really annoying me.
it's in the project, but not in the search path
and it's loading it from some system include insetad of loading the system include
|Elliott_D||17:08||Hello all, I'm having an issue with InvokeAsync in Internet Explorer. I can step through the code and watch InvokeAsync get fired but I get nothing. No errors, no callback. In Chrome and Firefox, it works perfectly. Is there anything I could be missing?|
|taxilian||18:08||Elliott_D: I have seen the same issue occasionally but haven't had time to track it down
I don't know what could be causing it
frankly I had forgotten the issue; could you add a jira ticket?
you're welcome to try to track it down as well if you want =]
|Elliott_D||18:08||Sure thing. I've peen poking around in there. No luck yet!|
you might want to try to see if you can verify that that method gets called
maybe add a console.log to that method for debugging
|Elliott_D||18:08||What does it mean to trace through cross-thread indirection? I'm just stepping through in VS|
|taxilian||18:08||when it actually calls InvokeAsync it'll actually schedule the call to occur on the other thread
it actually might not be a different thread, of course
you need to trace on the other side in the callback
to see what happens when it actually makes the call to the page
|Elliott_D||18:08||So, when it makes it back to the browser.
Start tracing there as well
when you call invokeAsync it'll do a ScheduleOnMainThread
|Elliott_D||18:08||Okay, saw that|
|taxilian||18:08||it picks up again in C++ before going to the browse
|Elliott_D||18:08||Okay, thanks. I'll follow it through. I'll toss it up on Jira as well. The strangest thing is that other callbacks work. But this one doesn't. They all use the same C++ class to manage callbacks though.|
|taxilian||18:08||I'm pretty sure the callback part works, it's something when it actually tries to bridge the gap into the browser|
|Elliott_D||18:08||Ok. Thanks again.|