Re: GSoc weekly report (Browser Extension Rewrite)
- From: "Tao Fei" <filia tao gmail com>
- To: "Joe Shaw" <joe joeshaw org>
- Cc: dashboard-hackers <Dashboard-hackers gnome org>
- Subject: Re: GSoc weekly report (Browser Extension Rewrite)
- Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2007 22:27:19 +0800
2007/8/7, Joe Shaw <joe joeshaw org>:
> On 8/6/07, Tao Fei <filia tao gmail com> wrote:
> > 2007/8/7, Joe Shaw <joe joeshaw org>:
> > > I've been playing around with the new extension, and I'm seeing a
> > > little inconsistent behavior with it. I wonder if it's related to me
> > > having the old Beagle extension installed as well (although I disabled
> > > that one).
> > Yes. That's the problem.
> > I use the same preference name "beagle.enabled" with the old extension.
> > Fixed now. Using "beagle.autoindex.active" now, the tooltip is also updated.
> > "beagle.enabled" is wrong word, as it doesn't affect on-demand index.
> Cool, I'll give it a test later today.
> We should keep in mind a migration path for the old extension.
> Ideally the new one will just be a drop-in replacement, and if we
> could migrate the basic settings (ie, enabled/disabled and a
> whitelist/blacklist) that would be ideal.
Oh. You can import the preference from old extension. ( just open the
preference window, and you can see the button).
May be I should imported them silently when the new extension is installed.
>We'll may also want to use
> the same UUID so that upgrades are done cleanly, if there's no method
> for obsoleting other extensions.
The same UUID ? I guess we only need to modified the install.rdf to
change the UUID.
Tao Fei (陶飞)
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