Caution about Thunderbird 52 and binary extensions

Jörg Knobloch jorgk at jorgk.com
Wed Nov 16 20:41:39 UTC 2016


On 16/11/2016 21:10, Tanstaafl wrote:
> One question - how do you tell if an Extension you are using is a binary
> one?
Two ways to check:
1. Do they offer different versions for different platforms?
2. Look inside, you can open the .xpi with WinZip/7Zip. If you see a DLL 
(on Windows), it's binary. For example Lightning has calbasecomps.dll.

Jörg.



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