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.
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.
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