nsIEditor is now builtinclass

Jonathan Protzenko jonathan.protzenko at gmail.com
Thu Aug 28 22:42:51 UTC 2014


For what it's worth, I'm not sure many addons do the whacky stuff that 
I'm doing, and having the interim fix of "make the editor field of 
nsIMsgCompose mutable" (bug 1059171) is good for me and doesn't require 
reverting the "make nsIEditor builtinclass" change.

Jorge, do you have any way of examining the current addons for 
Thunderbird and figuring out which ones of these provide an 
implementation of nsIEditor?

Thanks,

~ jonathan

On 08/28/2014 10:24 PM, Ehsan Akhgari wrote:
> On 2014-08-28, 3:54 PM, R Kent James wrote:
>> On 8/26/2014 2:11 PM, Jonathan Protzenko wrote:
>>> Here's the full explanation for the earlier initEditor breakage I
>>> mentioned in my original mail below.
>>>
>>> tl;dr: nsIEditor is, as Ehsan kindly pointed out to me, now
>>> builtinclass (can't be implemented in JS); a consequence is that
>>> clients who wish to send HTML emails now really need to abide by one
>>> very specific state protocol. A way to workaround this would be to
>>> make the editor field of nsIMsgCompose read-write. Thoughts?
>>>
>>
>> See *Bug 1059705* <https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1059705>
>> -revert the change which made nsIEditor builtinclass and
>> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1053048#c29 "We can revert
>> the change pretty easily though. Just tiny bit uglier C++ code, but that
>> is fine."
>>
>> :smaug seems open to reverting this change. I hope that is what you
>> wanted, protz!
>
> This is sort of terrible.  I was hoping to get to a better solution 
> here. :(
>
> Ehsan
>




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