Re: GNOME online desktop - (some of the possible) next steps

Awesome!  I've been looking at doing DBUS binding for Pyro, but I'd
gladly use yours instead.

I don't really understand why you'd expose Firefox's HTTP stack over
dbus, or allow DOM manipulation using the same.  What do you have in


On 7/23/07, Ian McKellar <ian mckellar org> wrote:
> On 7/23/07, Havoc Pennington <hp redhat com> wrote:
> >   - investigate how HTTP state of browser can be used by any app
> I'm working on exposing Firefox's HTTP stack over DBus. Should be handy.
> With this is should also be possible to expose as much browser state as
> desktop apps might need - right up to grease-monkey-like interaction with
> web sites.
> I've basically got the beginnings of a DBus->XPCOM bridge. It seems to kind
> of work a little bit for the tiny subset of types that I've written the
> marshaling code for. It's implemented as an XPCOM module that could be
> installed by an extension or installed system-wide in
> /usr/lib/firefox/components
> When it's demoable I'll throw my git tree up and post some binaries.
> Ian
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