Has anyone given thought to how hard it would be to port Firefox
extensions such as LibX and Zotero to Chrome or Safari? (Am I the only
one finding Firefox to be very slow compared to Chrome?)
On 8/5/10 1:10 PM, Godmar Back wrote:
> No, nothing beyond a quick read-through.
> The architecture is similar to Google Chrome's - which is perhaps not
> surprising given that both Safari and Chrome are based on WebKit -
> which for us at LibX means we should be able to leverage the redesign
> we did for LibX 2.0.
> A notable characteristic of this architecture is that content scripts
> that interact with a page are in a separate OS process from the "main"
> extensions' code, thus they have to communicate with the main
> extension via message passing rather than by exploiting direct method
> calls as in Firefox.
> - Godmar
> On Thu, Aug 5, 2010 at 4:04 PM, Eric Hellman<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Has anyone played with the new Safari extensions capability? I'm looking at you, Godmar.
>> Eric Hellman
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