Re: Browser Extension Project Finished. Call for test.

Dnia 17-08-2007, pią o godzinie 07:00 +0800, Tao Fei napisał(a):
> I guess the problem is in beagleIndexer.ephy-extention.
> Possible reason is I use utf-8 encode for the file , but it should
> cause any problem , as it only contain pure ascii chars .
> Try the following :
> 1. remove the empty lines
> 2. remove unnecessary lines (onln keep Name , descript for first
> section , and all of the second section)
> 3. Create a new beagleIndexer.ephy-extention by yourself using your editor.
Stupid me. I created all the other files with my editor, but not
ephy-extension. With this file, the extension works. So far, so good!

Somehow epiphany downloads the extension files ("Save this link") as
application/x-gzip and I guess that's why I couldn't open them. 

> Please let me know which way works(or none) ?  So I can find the reason.
> > I wanted to open the extension files with gedit, but it didn't work.
> ? what do you mean "it didn't work".

Well, lousy report, I know. To be precise (although this was probably
caused by wrong MIME), gedit said:

gedit has not been able to detect the character coding.
Please check that you are not trying to open a binary file.
Select a character coding from the menu and try again.

And I use UTF-8 as default.

So I will use it for a few days and report problems, if any. I hope this
time my reports will have more sense... Or, better, that no bug reports
are necessary.

Keep up the good work!



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