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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Yullo,

    Have a peek at http://www.jsunit.org which provides a nice testing framework for javascript. As well, plxpcom is currently kinda flaky, but there's been a bit more activity recently and it _does_ now build. I believe my housemate is going to look into doing some more with it and I'll have a peek at stuff when it's a bit more solid.

    woot.
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    -Scott McWhirter- | -kungfuftr-
    "JAWK - Just Another Whiny Kid"
    • I found it here [edwardh.com] . Thanks.

      Regarding plxpcom, it wouldn't build for me on either 1.6 or 1.8b1 of Mozilla with perl 5.8.4. I uploaded my detailed install notes (they won't go thru the "compression filter" here for some reason).


      • uploaded it here [bu.edu]...
        • Hmmm.... looks like possibly old MakeMaker stuff, haven't built it in a while it must be admitted. Will look into it again, but it _has_ compiled for others.
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          -Scott McWhirter- | -kungfuftr-
          "JAWK - Just Another Whiny Kid"
          • Oh, and I wanted to ask.. how do you find documentation on XPCOM components? (sorry, that's probably a FAQ, but I haven't found anything good) I've found lists of interfaces, but that doesn't do me much good.
            • mozilla documentation in general is non-existant. xulplanet seems to keep a decent list of things, but which branch they talk about, etc is beyond me. The books seem to be better, or looking at the source code. As for activity, it's the CVS repository showing me activity.

              =0)
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              -Scott McWhirter- | -kungfuftr-
              "JAWK - Just Another Whiny Kid"