new addons: xul, bootstrapped, webextensions, what to use
jorgk at jorgk.com
Sun Sep 2 23:22:29 UTC 2018
On 03/09/2018 00:52, Wayne Mery wrote:
>> Well, M-C actually "promised" a way forward for bootstrapped add-ons,
>> How exactly that's going to look like, if at all, we don't know yet.
> "we're going to continue supporting some form of bootstrapped add-ons
> that are as powerful as current bootstrapped add-ons. For Firefox,
> that will probably mean WebExtensions with embedded experiment APIs."
You didn't quote the TB part:
For Thunderbird, I'm willing to provide hooks so that you can handle
loading bootstrapped add-ons however you want, just so long as the code
for dealing with bootstrap scopes and chrome manifest files lives in
More information about the tb-planning