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Any hints about what it might mean if I see this in my console output?
### MRJPlugin: getPluginBundle() here. ###
### MRJPlugin: CFBundleGetBundleWithIdentifier() succeeded. ###
### MRJPlugin: CFURLGetFSRef() succeeded. ###
I'm calling some Java code within in a Firefox extension. The extension, including the Java part, seem to work anyway, but I'd like to stop seeing this message or fix whatever it's complaining about. Thanks for any hints.
The error you're seeing has a rather complicated history. But it's
fixed in current Firefox 3.6.X and 3.5.X nightlies, and will be fixed
in Firefox 3.6.13 and 3.5.16 when they come out (which should be
JEP 0.9.7.4 (which has been bundled with Firefox releases since 3.6.11
and 3.5.14) fixed (or rather worked around) a security bug
(https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=589041, which is
currently inaccessible). But in working around bug 589041, JEP
0.9.7.4 caused breakage that uncovered another, different security bug
(https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=610525, also currently
It's the combination of bug 610525 and JEP 0.9.7.4 that triggers the
error messages you see. It also causes real problems, including the
following two bugs:
But, like I said above, bug 610525 is fixed in the upcoming Firefox
3.6.13 and 3.5.16 releases.
JEP 0.9.7.4 isn't yet available on this site
(http://javaplugin.sourceforge.net/). I've been waiting for the
issues surrounding bug 589041 to be fully resolved on Windows and
Linux. But they will be fully (or at least fully enough) resolved
with the release of FF 3.6.13 and 3.5.16. So I'll release JEP 0.9.7.4
(and its source code) once a decent interval has passed after the
release of FF 3.6.13 and 3.5.16.